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Mount Olive insurance agent facing fraud charges

Posted August 19, 2014
Updated August 20, 2014

— A Mount Olive insurance agent is accused of using his clients’ personal information to get bigger commissions, authorities said Tuesday.

The North Carolina Department of Insurance said Manargo Victor Boykin, 52, of the 600 block of N.C. Highway West, used driver’s license numbers and dates of birth from several clients to write auto insurance coverage for other clients so they could obtain better rates.

Boykin, who was an independent agent who sold policies for Sentry Insurance Company, received about $55,000 in commission from the fraudulent applications between 2010 and 2014, authorities said.

Boykin was arrested Aug. 15 and charged with obtaining property by false pretense, six counts of corporate misconduct, rate evasion and misrepresentation on an insurance application. He was held under a $9,000 bond.


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  • Forthe Newssite Aug 20, 2014
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    always wanting something for nothing. At least this time this crook didn't directly steal from retirement accounts

  • mike275132 Aug 20, 2014

    Another scam agent,

    Make sure you get your insurance from a nationally known company and a reputable agent. Look at the background of the agent , check the NC Dept of Insurance website for licensing and disciplinary actions, what type of clients are in the office, etc.