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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Humana insurance fraud

A report in today's NY Times about Medicare marketing fraud by Humana in Oklahoma seemed otherwise routine until I read that at least 68 of their agents didn't have licenses to sell insurance. That's really rather extraordinary. What could be easier to check than whether your agents have a license? Obviously, Humana was just taking a lesson from the Bushies -- if you want to succeed, ignore the law. (see post below)

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice post

6:09 AM  
Anonymous business insurance said...

Surprising, I have heard about scams and fraud but not up to this extent. I prefer to buy insurance policy online rather than an agent but that also do need care and attention too. After reading all about it I will just suggest whatever method one follows for purchasing insurance gather appropriate info about the carrier and the agent with whom you are dealing with.

4:21 AM  

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