EMC/Chase and Assurant Insurance’s Big Secret Scheme
7/17/2007 - SEC Assurant Investigation - - Three more senior Assurant executives, including CEO Robert Pollock and CFO Philip Camacho, have received Wells notices from the SEC. That brings the total number of Assurant (NYSE: AIZ)* executives in front of the SEC firing squad to five: two vice presidents were singled out earlier in July 2007.
Yet earlier this year on 1/22/2010 the SEC slapped Assurant with a $3.5M fine for “cooking the books.”
But it appears Ron Pollock and Assurant have still not learned their lesson and have in fact expanded their scheme to abuse and cheat their own customers. The biggest revelation concerning Assurant Insurance CEO Ron Pollock may be this year when on 10/20/2010 I informed EMC/Chase JP Morgan that I had uncovered their semi-stealth but massive LPI** insurance scheme in collaboration with Assurant (Formerly Fortis) and an Assurant Insurance decoy for Assurant/EMC/Chase JP Morgan insurance fraud on a grand scale:
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I cannot imagine ASIC is unaware of what is going on but I intend to give them every fair chance to explain their role. – Confirmed key individuals involved in this recently discovered colossal LPI** insurance deception scheme are Laura Wood (SUPERVISOR AT TWO DIFFERENT COMPANIES) of EMC Insurance as well as Assurant Insurance, Stacey Smith (key player) of the Chase JP Morgan Executive Office, and Deana DeLaura of Bear, EMC, and Chase JP Morgan. At this point I told EMC/Chase that I had the money to buy out of their cesspool of endless fraud and I requested my payoff and was told it would be faxed to me on 10/20/2010. It never came despite repeated requests, promises.
1) Instead Stacy Smith of Chase JPMorgan illegitimately boosted our monthly payments by a thousand dollars.
2) They closed all access to our account by any and all venues, online access, customer service access, etc.
3) When I asked Stacy Smith of Chase executive for an explanation she promptly hired a law firm (Quilling, Selander, Lownds, Winslett & Moser) to deal with the matter.
4) Our EMC/Chase account numbers which were previously accessible in detail are now completely “Locked Out.”
5) Access to our EMC/Chase account is now prefaced with this bewildering disclaimer: “Please be aware that you are leaving the EMC Mortgage Corporation (EMC) website and have selected to link to a third-party website not controlled or supervised by EMC. EMC does not review, verify, monitor or endorse the timeliness, relevancy, accuracy or quality of the website or the information or other contents available on or through such website. EMC provides no warranty of any kind, express or implied, with respect to the third party website or the information or other contents available on or through such website. EMC shall bear no responsibility for such information or other contents.”
6) FACT: Our account payment has never been late in over 3 years since I initiated automatic electronic payments because EMC was holding our payments.
7) FACT: After 2 months neither EMC/Chase JPMorgan nor their hired law firm Quilling, Selander, Lownds, Winslett & Moser have been able to give me any access to our own account in any form.
8) FACT: After 2 months neither EMC/Chase JPMorgan nor their hired law firm Quilling, Selander, Lownds, Winslett & Moser have been able to give me the payoff figure I requested on 10/20/2010. Incredibly EMC/Chase’s own law firm is also blocked from access to our 100% current account.
* Assurant is "AIZ" on the Dow Jones; my intention is to report Assurant Inc. “AIZ” to the SEC for fraud as early as next week.
** See Don Coker at http://www.hg.org/article.asp?id=7232 for an explanation of LPI insurance and its limitations.
We have both the money to pay in full and the *truth* on our side,
Ed Cage | firstname.lastname@example.org | I am easy to contact but be prepared to hear the truth.
CC: The Wall Street Journal