Saturday, October 17, 2009

“Trust mill” companies fined, ordered out of Ohio

Posted: 16 Oct 2009 07:27 AM PDT

Companies that duped thousands of Ohio senior citizens fined $6.4 million
James Nash
October 14, 2009
The Columbus Dispatch
Two companies that duped thousands of Ohio senior citizens into buying overpriced and unneeded legal plans and annuities were hit with nearly $6.4 million in fines this morning and ordered not to do business in the state.

The Ohio Supreme Court imposed $6,387,990 in penalties against American Family Prepaid Legal Corporation and Heritage Marketing and Insurance Services Inc., and their co-owners, Jeffrey and Stanley Norman. The court’s unanimous decision also bars the companies from operating in Ohio.

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