Jeremy LeClair Fraud Judgments.

Jeremy LeClair aka Jeremy Wyatt LeClair Judgments.

Jeremy LeClair has two fraud judgments totaling over $700,000 in California from May 2016 and March 2017. See court documents below for case numbers and details. He was also accused of fraud by the California Dept of Insurance in 2015. Read more below.


Dept of Insurance California Fraud accusations.

Read California Dept of Insurance 2015 accusations.

 

Read California Dept of Insurance accusations against Jeremy Wyatt LeClair aka Jeremy LeClair.

Under Count XV "The facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that the Respondent has shown incompetency or untrustworthiness in the conduct of any business, or has by commission of a wrongful act or practice in the course or any business exposed the public or those dealing with him to the danger of loss and constitute grounds for the Insurance Commissioner to suspend or revoke Respondent's licenses and licensing rights pursuant to the provisions of Sections 1668(j) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."

Under Count XIV "The facts alleged in Paragraphs II through VI show that the Respondent has engaged in fraudulent practice or act and conducted business in a dishonest manner and constitutes grounds for the Insurance Commissioner to suspend or revoke Respondent's licenses and licensing rights pursuant to the provisions of Sections 1168(i) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."

Count XII "The facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that Respondent is not of good business reputation, pursuant to Sections 1168(d) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code." 

Count XIII "The facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that Respondent lacks integrity, pursuant to Sections 1168(e) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code." 

Count XI T"he facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that Respondent does not intend actively and in good faith to carry on as a business with the general public transactions for which he is licensed, pursuant to Sections 1668(c) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."

Prayer 

"For the reasons set forth herein, Respondent's licenses and licensing rights should be permanently revoked so he may not return to transacting insurance in the State of California." Dated July 9th, 2015 California Department of Insurance

Brian D Fitzgerald, Attorney for the Department. 

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