Aaron Levy Posted June 14, 2022 Share Posted June 14, 2022 I would like you to interview you to our YouTube Channel dedicated to this matter. Click here for the current interviews - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVKYiW2lCj5oHUZkuMJJEIQAZzhWQisX Lead Selling IMO were served in a class action lawsuit. To view the lawsuit that was filed last week in the US District Court, Southern District of California. Click here Chris Wellman, the attorney, requested my help to find lead plaintiffs in the various states. Each state has distinct laws that would cause additional penalties for lawbreakers, but an agent from that particular state must step forward as the leader of the class, otherwise reliance on federal law will prevail. The two issues being litigated are 1. Lead fraud - agents that have bought leads from Lead Selling IMO. The second issue is 2. Trouble getting released from carriers after wanting to leave Lead Selling IMO. Being involved in Lead Selling IMO leads is easy to prove or disprove, obviously. Trouble getting released is another story. Lead Selling IMO recruiting material stated, "You can come and go as you please, go work wherever you want." Yet, when agents requested to move their contract elsewhere, onerous requirements were made to obtain Lead Selling IMO's signature to release. I suppose, once an Lead Selling IMO agent knew of these "onerous requirements" most agents would have given up on the issue and waited the 6-months of no sales for his/her preferred carrier. The class action is focused on these two issues only. There is a distinct possibility that the lawsuit will be amended to only cover lead fraud. Agents are encouraged to seek justice by filing a complaint with their State Attorney General, Department of Labor and the FTC. Your Attorney General can refer you to sue Lead Selling IMO. If that occurs, your case will be strengthened. Lost wages, emotional damages, punitive and treble (triple) damages are available in many jurisdictions. Please join NAAIP's daily video conference call, and we will walk you through the steps to attain justice. It should be noted that many agents entered the Lead Selling IMO recruiting promises. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) served Lead Selling IMO a cease & desist on deceptive practices on December 27, 2021. "The FTC determined that Lead Selling IMO is unlawfully misrepresenting that consumers who become Lead Selling IMO business opportunity participants are likely to earn substantial income." Lead Selling IMO and 9 insurance agents are being sued in Federal Court for $552,250 based on 45 illegal phone calls. In 2021 alone, American consumers were bombarded with 50.5 billion robocalls, an average of over 150 robocalls to each man, woman and child. These calls are especially targeting those aged 60 to 70 years old. I have to believe that Lead Selling IMO and its parent company partners are responsible for a decent amount of these 50 billion plus phone calls. Link to lawsuit: Do Not Call Lawsuit pdf lawsuit There is an ongoing criminal investigation into Lead Selling IMO as of 12/1/2022 - 6. Lieutenant Z of the Florida is gathering evidence on churning against Lead Selling IMO - in Florida's statute - a first degree misdemeanor: An administrative fine not greater than $75,000 for each willful violation and by a definite term of imprisonment not exceeding one year. 7. Lieutenant Z was kind enough to tell me about first degree felony that my description of Lead Selling IMO's actions were likely violating. The statute for Organized Scheme to Defraud [817.034 (1)(d)]and Aggravated White-Collar Crime [775.0844]. http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0800-0899/0817/Sections/0817.034.html and http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0700-0799/0775/Sections/0775.0844.html also known as the “White-Collar Crime Victim Protection Act” Lead Selling IMO CEO could be looking at up to 30 years in prison if convicted of White-Collar Crime Victim Protection Act. The following is written in the Florida lawbooks. (b)1. For a felony of the first degree, by a term of imprisonment not exceeding 30 years or, when specifically provided by statute, by imprisonment for a term of years not exceeding life imprisonment. Lieutenant Z tells me that has viewed many of my videos on my Lead Selling IMO Class Action Witness YouTube playlist, and I was kind enough to send the lieutenant a large list of Florida insurance agents that shared with me that state they were defrauded by Lead Selling IMO. Lieutenant Z emails me in back after our long conversation: I have reached out to our partner agency (Division of Agent and Agency Services, Bureau of Investigation) for assistance in obtaining some records that are accessible to them. As I stated yesterday and after consulting with 15th Judicial State Attorney’s Office, at this point I would be unable to obtain a blanket subpoena for any entities unless there was specific evidence that would corroborate the broad reach of a blanket subpoena (these are subpoenas issued to an entity where you ask for any and all documents pertaining to date ranges, counties, states, etc.) Please do not hesitate to contact me with further information, and I will continue to follow-up on my end. Regards, Lieutenant Z I believe that Lead Selling IMO has violated Florida's “White-Collar Crime Victim Protection Act” and should serve a long prison sentence. If you are a victim in the other 49 states, and you should inform the proper authorities while Floridians need to help Lieutenant Z in his investigation. The most efficient way to bring your story to the investigators, prosecutors and attorneys is to tell me your story. Please contact me to arrange an interview that I will upload to YouTube. A big thumbs up to Mark Sias of Florida whose YouTube interview now has 7,616 views. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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