FCC Proposes $82M Fine For Health Insurance Telemarketer Over Illegal Robocalls
Aug 3, 2017 • ABC News
August 3, 2017
The FCC has proposed today a fine of more than $82 million against a North Carolina man and his insurance company that, it says, made more than 21 million illegal robocalls nationwide in an effort to sell health insurance.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is accusing Philip Roesel of Wilmington, North Carolina, and his Best Insurance Contracts, doing business as Wilmington Insurance Quotes, of displaying inaccurate caller ID information when making robocalls in an effort to sell health insurance…