Julie Goss, Business Development Specialist – Core Brand Solutions

Formerly with Production Media Company, Julie Goss has a long-standing reputation of fucking people over going back to her days as an insurance agent. In June 2012, Julie was charged with forgery and theft for writing over 90 fraudulent insurance policies and collecting more than $15,000 in commissions. That same year, the Special Investigations Unit of the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner revoked Julie’s insurance license.

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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Agent charged with theft and forgery; collected commissions for fictitious customers

A former Vancouver insurance agent has been charged with theft and forgery for allegedly collecting about $15,000 in commissions by creating fictitious applicants for insurance policies.

Julie Anne Goss, 43, an independent agent for AFLAC, was arraigned last week in Clark County Superior Court.

The scam came to light after the owner of a restaurant in Battle Ground, Wash. told AFLAC that she’d received premium bills for two “employees” that had never worked there. 

AFLAC investigated, and it turned out that Goss wrote dozens of policies for 15 people that either weren’t employees at the named businesses or apparently didn’t exist. In other cases, she wrote policies for real employees, but they said they hadn’t applied for the coverage.

In each case, Goss stood to get a commission for the policy. All told, the investigator found, between August 2010 and January 2011, Goss wrote 91 fraudulent insurance policies and collected more than $15,000 in commissions for them.

The company canceled its contract with Goss in March 2011 and reported the matter to our Special Investigations Unit. After investigating further, we revoked Goss’ insurance license in January 2012. The charges against her were filed in late June.
If you suspect insurance fraud and you live in Washington state, please report it.

Source: Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner

October 2013 Arrest Report – Theft

Final Order Issued by the State of Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Insurance Division

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