Thirty-nine states announced last week that American Bankers Insurance Group has agreed to pay them a combined $12 million for violations of insurance regulations.

In a consent order unveiled last Monday, the states accused the Miami credit insurance giant of a host of infractions, including failing to police the licensing of brokers that sell its products and using unapproved marketing and rate materials.

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