Drivers Warned About Insurance Scam

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LANSING, Mich – The Michigan Office of Insurance Regulation (OFIR) is warning drivers to double check their insurance policy.

An OFIR investigation uncovered that Marvin Graber was selling unlicensed insurance through Tennessee Christian Motorist Aid (TCMA).

Graber and TCMA were ordered to cease and desist from selling insurance policies in Michigan.

“Any driver who purchased fake auto insurance from Marvin Graber needs to purchase legitimate coverage immediately,” OFIR Commissioner Kevin Clinton said. “Right now they’re driving without insurance.”

Drivers with questions are being asked to call OFIR at 877-999-6442.

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  • tex2

    Another scam everyone should be aware of is the Amway Tool Scam. Google "Stop The Amway Tool Scam WordPress" for more information, and forward this to every non-Distributor/IBO you know, so they don't get scammed.