• Report: #1122648

Complaint Review: First Family Insurance

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  • Submitted: Mon, February 10, 2014
  • Updated: Tue, June 17, 2014

  • Reported By: anonymous — Cape Coral Florida
First Family Insurance
3507 Lee Blvd Ste 103 Lehigh Acres, Florida USA

First Family Insurance Tyler McClosky and Christina Floyd Have unlicensed agents selling medicare advantage and supplements (for UHC & Humana) under Christina Lloyd's agent id Lehigh Acres Florida

*Author of original report: I stand by my original report

*UPDATE Employee: False claims by a competitor

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The company puts agents out on the floor selling even if they haven't taken and/or passed their Florida State License exam yet. Allowing them to sell under Christina Floyd (for UHC) also agents who have their license but are not yet appointed and certified to sell for Humana also sell under manager Christina Floyd's id. 

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/10/2014 08:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/First-Family-Insurance/Lehigh-Acres-Florida-33971/First-Family-Insurance-Tyler-McClosky-and-Christina-Floyd-Have-unlicensed-agents-selling-1122648. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Author of original report

I stand by my original report

AUTHOR: anonymous - ()

First Family is claiming this report was filed by someone working for another company trying to compete with them & to make things hard for Tyler & Christina. They claim the report is false. I stand by my statement that they DO exactly what I said (or at least they did - unless they have changed their practices). They do not have non licensed people fielding calls and transferring them to licensed agents. They let unlicensed people sell under a supervisors number. I'm glad it made people question their business practices because how they run their place is not legal. 

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#2 UPDATE Employee

False claims by a competitor


Unfortunatly, this site allows anyone to make such statements and false claims without verifying the source.  This statement (which they left their name as Annonomous) was filled by a competitior. An agent that is now working for another insurance coming trying to compete with our business and trying to make it difficult for Tyler and Christina.

Our company has an A- rating with the Better Business Bureau. We offer high paying hourly jobs in a time and area that is highly affected by the declining economy. We do have jobs available for Licensed Agents and also Non Licensed Employees to help with the work flow.  Any employee that is not yet licensed has to opportunity to learn the business and help answer and transfer calls to licensed agents. 

Once this false statement was posted, it has caused our company to answer questions as we look to bring in new employees to the area.  We have reached out to RipOff report, with a response that we would need a court order to have it removed or pay money.  We have also been solicited by companies asking us for over $5,000 to try and "bury" the report. 

We ask anyone looking at our company to consider the source of this review and false claims.  This site has no credibility.  I was sent this response from a lawyer as to how this is even legal in the first place: 


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