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Late-Night TV Health Insurance Seller Fined $500K

Appearing today on the Insurance Department's website:

Cinergy Health Inc., a Florida-based insurance agent that advertised low cost health insurance plans on late night television, the Internet and through telemarketers, has been fined $500,000 for violations including misleading consumers into believing they were buying comprehensive health insurance, New York Insurance Superintendent James J. Wrynn announced today.

Read the rest of the press release on the Department's website.

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