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Rexburg insurance agent loses license after charging customers for non-existent insurance policies

The Idaho Insurance Department has suspended the Reynold “Rennie” Boyd Leavitt permit for breaching the state insurance law. The citizen of Rexburg was also assessed a civil fee of $16,000, according to the IDI news release. The revocation was successful on 26 August.

Leavitt is identified as operator of PMS Dune Rentals, which leases off-road vehicles in Fremont County, according to the Idaho Secretary of State.

In the case of Leavitt, the suit states that, on 16 different instances without vehicle insurance, his consumers are billed for liability insurance at his dune buggy leasing company. Coverage officials say that by selling services that were called coverage, Leavitt was in breach of the Idaho Code when no plan was in place.

IDI Manager Dean Cameron said in a news publication: “IDAHO policy code exists to protect IDAHO clients and brokers should stick to it.” Department shall not permit the harassment of authorized officers.

For a duration of 5 years, Leavitt can not reapply for a permit for the insurance production company.

This article was writen by O.D.

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