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The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) has issued a Cease and Desist Order to the Association of Independent Mangers (AIM) for the sale of unauthorized health insurance plans. OIR preliminary estimates indicate as many as 1,800 consumers have purchased the bogus plans. “This type of illegal and unethical activity will not be tolerated as Floridians must rely on health insurance to pay their claims during these vulnerable economic times,” said Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty. “We can assure Floridians that our team will continue to be vigilant to ensure the legitimacy of health insurance products sold in Florida.” Some of the individuals involved with the sale of AIM plans have also participated in the unauthorized sale of health insurance products with other companies including Serve America Assurance and Real Benefits Association. AIM has been marketing the plans under various entities, including:


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