RedFlag, Allegation and/or Complaint against STEVEN CHARLES JORDAN
Disclosure #1 for STEVEN JORDAN
- Event Date: 9/1/2009
- Disclosure Type: Customer Dispute
- Disclosure Resolution: Settled
- Disclosure Detail :: Allegations: THE CUSTOMERS ALLEGE THAT IN OR AROUND MARCH OF 2009, THEY WENT WITH THEIR AGENT’S ADVICE TO LOWER THEIR FACE AMOUNT ON TWO VARIABLE LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES TO SAVE MONEY AND INSTEAD WERE PENALIZED FOR SURRENDER CHARGES IN THE AMOUNT OF $13,500.
- Damage Amount Requested: $13,500.00
- Settlement Amount: $13,416.00
- Arbitration Docket Number:
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