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number 36P-10142-01 OPT ID MCE002 for another insured named Steve Weirick to receive the discount. Although related as father and son, Steve Weirick and Jon Weirick lived in different residences. On November 10, 2000, Respondent replaced the homeowner policy number belonging to Steve Weirick with Respondent’s own homeowner policy number. On December 20, 2000, Respondent replaced his policy number with homeowner policy number 36D-06368- 01 OPT ID MCE002 for insured Natasha Mitchell. The Advantage Discount was subsequently removed and then added back and then removed and not put back on the auto policy. The discount should not have been applied until July 10, 2000. (Exs. A4 – A8, A39, A43; test. of Johnson.)

(6) On July 13, 2000, Respondent wrote an ASIC auto policy for John Percich and gave him a 20 percent Advantage Discount for also having his homeowner policy with ASIC. Respondent used homeowner policy number 36PO-5604-01 for another insured named Janice Abbagliato to receive the discount. The insured’s ASIC homeowner policy was not written for six months, until January 23, 2001. The insured had four theft claims during the six-month period, two of which were paid. (Ex. A3.)

(7) On July 20, 2000, Respondent added the Advantage Discount to the auto policy of Jessica Bella. Respondent used the homeowner policy number 36P-05604-01 OPT ID MCE002 belonging to Janice Abbagliato to qualify Ms. Bella for the discount. On November 20, 2000, the policy number belonging to Ms. Abbagliato was replaced with homeowner policy number 36D-30967-01 belonging to insureds Jefrey Wack and Jessica Bella. The Advantage Discount should not have been applied until December 4, 2000. (Exs. A16- A24, A39, A43.)

(8) On August 26, 2000, Respondent added the Advantage Discount to the auto policy of Mitica Leontescu and used homeowner policy number 36P05604014 belonging Janice Abbagliato to qualify the policy for the 20 percent discount. (Exs. 39, 43.) The Advantage Discount should not have been applied to the auto policy until March 1, 2001. (Ex. A43.)

(9) On November 13, 2000, Respondent added the Advantage Discount to the auto policy belonging to insureds Daryl and Lori Brosig. Respondent used his own homeowner policy number 36P-00247-01 OPT ID MCE002 to qualify insureds Daryl and Lori Brosig for the discount. On December 20, 2000, Respondent replaced his own homeowner policy number with homeowner policy number 36D-14590-01 OPT ID MCE002 belonging to the insureds. The discount should not have been applied until November 16, 2000. (Ex. A25 – A38, A39, A43.)

(10) In December 2000, ASIC discovered that Respondent was providing the Advantage Discount for some time to many of his clients who did not qualify for the discount. To qualify the insureds for the discount, Respondent had used the policy numbers of other insureds who had homeowner or renter insurance policies. He even used his own homeowner policy number to qualify a number of insureds for the 20 percent Advantage Discount and then changed it to the insured’s policy number after the insured’s homeowner or renter policy was written. Respondent also used the policy number for the insured named Janice Abbagliato numerous times. Mr. Hunter told Respondent that he could not continue this practice and directed Respondent to conduct an audit of his active policies to determine on which auto policies had used another insured’s homeowner policy number to qualify for the discount. The logins on the insureds’

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