March 5, 2008
St. Louis, Mo. — A St. Louis company that called Missourians on the state No Call list to sell insurance-related goods and services will pay $65,000 to the state and develop policies and procedures that ensure future compliance with the law under an agreement with Attorney General Jay Nixon. Nixon’s assurance of voluntary compliance with Haberstroh Insurance Agency was filed today in St. Louis City Circuit Court.
In addition to having pay $65,000 to the state, the defendant must also implement policies and procedures to ensure future compliance with the law, including:
Today’s settlement also includes the stipulation that Haberstroh Insurance Agency pay $2,000 should it violate any term of the agreement resulting in contempt of court proceedings, and $5,000 for any future violations of Missouri consumer protection laws.