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  • Commissioner Rothman keynote speaker at Minnesota Insurance Fraud Summit
    October 15, 2012 - SAINT PAUL, MN – The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates that fraud costs insurance carriers and consumers $80 billion a year. That averages out to about $950 per family in the United States. On October 16, Commissioner Mike Rothman will address this problem as the keynote speaker at the Minnesota Insurance Fraud Summit.
  • Commerce Commissioner urges Minnesotans to Stop, Evaluate Homeowners Insurance Coverage
    October 15, 2012 - It’s important to protect the things you value. Life insurance protects your loved ones, auto insurance protects your car, health insurance protects your good health and homeowners insurance protects your possessions. As with any insurance purchase, it’s important to evaluate coverage and research your options to find the best coverage for your dollar.
  • Commerce takes action against Oregon-based “Embassy of Heaven Church” for selling phantom auto insurance policies
    October 10, 2012 - Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman recently announced the Minnesota Department of Commerce has taken action against the Oregon-based “Embassy of Heaven Church” and its leader Paul Revere for offering invalid auto insurance policies in Minnesota.
  • Minnesota Welcomes Members of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability
    September 29, 2012 - Minnesota’s focus on financial literacy, highlighted by April’s extensive calendar of events during Financial Literacy Month and the strong coalition of more than 140 stakeholders from state and local government, community organizations, non-profits, financial institutions, and foundations that participated in the Second Annual Financial Literacy Roundtable, has not gone unnoticed.
  • Commerce Commissioner Advises Commodity Investors to Proceed with Caution
    September 19, 2012 - With the recent collapse of these two high-profile commodity brokers, and the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars in customer funds, the Minnesota Department of Commerce has issued caution to all commodity investors.
  • Commerce Commissioner urges Minnesotans to protect themselves, property after a crash
    September 18, 2012 - Every minute of every day, a car accident occurs. To help ease the confusion of what information to share in a stressful situation, the Minnesota Department of Commerce announces the launch of WreckCheck Mobile App by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).
  • Agreement Reached with Allianz Life Insurance Company
    September 06, 2012 - The Minnesota Department of Commerce announced a multi-state settlement agreement between Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America and 43 states. Iowa acted as the managing lead state in the agreement and was assisted by Minnesota, Missouri, and Florida.
  • Commerce Department fines four national life insurers $800,000 for alleged misconduct
    August 16, 2012 - When a loved one dies, the last thing surviving family members need in a time of grief are complex, confusing life insurance claim forms from their insurance company. That’s why the Minnesota Department of Commerce took action today against four national life insurance companies.
  • Fighting foreclosures, one homeowner at a time
    August 15, 2012 - As foreclosures continue to threaten the financial stability of Minnesota families and neighborhoods, the Minnesota Department of Commerce today announced four recipients of competitive grants focused on stemming the impact of foreclosures in our communities.
  • Eveleth 5th Grader Hits a Homerun for Financial Literacy
    August 14, 2012 - Eveleth 5th grader Quinn Muhich was recently named the winner of the Hit a Homerun for Financial Literacy Contest, a statewide essay contest sponsored by Governor Mark Dayton, the Minnesota Department of Commerce, and the Minnesota Twins. Muhich, whose award-winning essay detailed ways that kids can “wait, save, and give,” won four free tickets to last Saturday’s Twins game, a bat signed by Minnesota Twins Manager Ron Gardenhire, and a shout-out on the Twins-O-Gram big screen during the fourth inning.
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