Fake Insurance Cards Are Being Marketed On The Island Of Maui By Unlicensed Salespeople, According To A Statement From First Insurance Company Of Hawaii.

According To Ficoh, The Phony Agents Are Using Ficoh As The Carrier And Business Insurance Services As The Insurance Agency On Their Business Cards And Documents.

Scam Victims That Call Ficoh Find They Don't Have What Was Promised. Consumers Must Pay Cash Or Drive Illegally.

According To Ficoh, There Have Been Reports Of Phony Cards Advertising Other Insurance Providers.

Ficoh Warns Against Making Phony Insurance Cards And Impersonating Agents. Ficoh Said Phony Agents Collect Customers' Money But Don't Give Coverage.

Note The Payment Instructions From The Agent. Any Website That Isn't The Carrier's Or Their Office's Could Be A Ruse.

A Legitimate Insurance Agent Should Give You A Copy Of Your Policy. Lack Of A Policy May Mean They Never Insured You.

Check That The Vehicle's Year, Make, Model, And Vehicle Identification Number (Vin) Match The Information On Your Car.

FICOH Also Reminds People To Check With Other Agencies To Make Sure They Have Insurance.

On The National Insurance Crime Bureau Website, You Can Report Fraud.