Variable Annuity Misrepresentation – Florida Litigation and Arbitration Attorney:

In the Matter of:  Matthew Watson Shaw, Administrative Case No: 139968-13-AG: 

On September 4, 2013, the Florida Department of Financial Services entered a Consent Order against Matthew Watson Shaw, which was based upon a Settlement Agreement for Consent Order dated August 9, 2013.  In the Consent Order, the Respondent’s licensure and eligibility for licensure as an insurance agent within the State of Florida was surrendered to the Department.

According to the Settlement Stipulation for Consent Order, the Department conducted an investigation of the Respondent in his capacity as an agent.  As a result thereof, the Department alleged that the Respondent knowingly made a false representation of an annuity contract for multiple consumers.  In order to avoid formal litigation of this matter, the Respondent determined that it was in his best interests to enter into the Stipulation for Consent Order.

If the reader would like to review the entire Consent Order and Settlement Stipulation for Consent Order, please follow the highlighted link. 

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