Hamm serves cease and desist order against Tim Everett, a Grand Forks area insurance agent
Posted on 5/16/2012
BISMARCK, N.D.-North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm today served a cease and desist order against Tim Everett, a Grand Forks area insurance agent who is alleged to have created fictitious insurance policy applications and to have been paid commissions for the policies. The order bars Everett from engaging in the business of insurance.
The cease and desist order alleges that between March and April 2012, Everett contacted two Grand Forks businesses in an attempt to sell accident insurance policies issued by AFLAC. Everett allegedly applied for policies on behalf of clients for insurance products that they did not want, and was allegedly paid commissions for the insurance policies.
"This cease and desist order protects the consumers of North Dakota from further harm," Hamm said.
Everett has a right to request an administrative hearing on the cease and desist order within 30 days of issuance.
Consumers with questions are encouraged to contact the Insurance Department at 1-800-247-0560 or firstname.lastname@example.org.