Unlicensed Ohio Company Told to Stop Selling Insurance Product

April 15, 2014

Ohio Lieutenant Governor and Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor ordered an unlicensed insurance entity, My Community Care LLC, and its owner Tannile Ortiz to stop selling what the insurance department says is an unlawful product in the state of Ohio.

The Ohio Department of Insurance said the cease and desist orders were issued because the Hilliard, Ohio, based entity and its owner are not authorized to engage in the business of insurance or to provide health insurance coverage in the state.

My Community Care is a membership organization that sells its product to individuals and families for a monthly fee. Members are granted access to preventative and health and wellness services including flu shots, travel health, physical exams, and wellness programs through My Community Care’s provider network, according to the entity.

A hearing to determine whether the cease and desist orders shall be made permanent is currently scheduled for April 24 at 9 a.m. at the Ohio Department of Insurance and is subject to change.

Source: Ohio Department of Insurance

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