By Susan Tompor
Detroit Free Press Personal Finance Columnist
Some Michigan drivers are being warned that they may have bought fake auto insurance through the Tennessee Christian Motorist Aid, according to state regulators.
The Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation ordered Marvin Graber and Tennessee Christian Motorist Aid to cease and desist from conducting unlicensed and fraudulent insurance activity.
“Any driver who purchased fake auto insurance from Marvin Graber needs to purchase legitimate coverage immediately,” Commissioner Kevin Clinton said. “Right now they’re driving without insurance.”
Drivers are urged to contact the office toll-free at 877-999-6442 if they believe they may have bought a fraudulent policy.