Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen is urging Montanans who live in areas at risk of wildfire to keep an inventory of their belongings – and be able to retrieve it even if their home is damaged.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen warned Billings and southeastern Montana residents Friday to be wary of “storm chasers,” or out-of-the area contractors who solicit repair work from homeowners, sometimes doing shoddy work or committing insurance fraud.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen has filed an action to immediately prevent a Florida man and his company from luring more Montanans into a scam that has cost one Park County woman most of her life’s savings and is the subject of federal fraud charges.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen has released an unbiased buyer’s guide for the complicated topic of Medicare Supplement insurance; a kind of insurance many seniors buy to cover the medical costs Medicare leaves behind.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen issued an investor advisory today, cautioning Montanans to consider the risks associated with virtual currencies, like Bitcoin.
As federal officials released the final statistics of Montanans who bought health insurance through the healthcare.gov website, Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen announced her office is taking a closer look at the impacts of Obamacare in Montana.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen filed a temporary cease and desist order on Wednesday against TelexFREE, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) sales program that Lindeen’s office suspects may be a pyramid scheme that has already cost Montanans $70,000.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen met with President Obama and other high-ranking federal officials today at a White House meeting devoted to discussing next steps and resolving problems as Obamacare rolls into its first year.
Monica J. Lindeen, a member of the Montana Land Board and the state’s commissioner of securities and insurance, is urging lawmakers to fix a century-old mistake that has deprived the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of 117 million tons of coal lying beneath the tribe’s southeastern Montana reservation.
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