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Attorney: Ethos Insurance customers being offered refunds

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

A man charged with selling bogus auto insurance now says he wants to do the right thing.  He's giving his customers their money back.

Problem Solver Rob Wolchek exposed this scandal last year.  Click on his video report above for more on this latest twist.

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CONTACT INFORMATION FOR ETHOS AUTO INSURANCE REFUNDS

For more information on the Ethos Insurance refunds, contact attorney Jonathan M. Jones at (248) 310-3399, jjonescrimlaw@comcast.net or 17000 West Ten Mile, 2nd Floor, Southfield, MI  48075.

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