California insurance fraud attorneys are investigating potential claims against ING, now called Voya, related to the sale of annuities and life insurance policies.
ING sold annuities and life insurance policies through its subsidiaries Security Life, ReliaStar, ING Life and Annuity, and ING USA. ING US officially became Voya Financial, Inc, in April 2014. All ING U.S. businesses began using the Voya Financial brand and all ING U.S. legal entities that incorporated the ING name changed to Voya as of September 1, 2014.
Voya’s current website lists term life, universal life, indexed universal life, variable universal life, and survivorship life as types of life insurance offered by the company. The site also states, “The Voya Life Companies offer all types of customizable policies with tax benefits to help you protect your financial future, provide for your loved ones and possibly even add to your retirement income.”
The current Voya website describes its annuity offerings in the following manner: “An annuity is an insurance product that pays you periodic income payments in exchange for your premium payment. It can be used as part of your overall retirement strategy. Depending on the type of annuity, it may help you grow your retirement savings, protect your savings from loss, and offer death benefits to protect your beneficiaries.” The site also lists the types of annuities that Voya offers, including fixed, fixed index, income, and annuity living benefits.
With offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sonoma, the Evans Law Firm handles annuity and insurance fraud cases. If you are an annuity or life insurance policy holder through ING and/or Voya, or purchased through any of the subsidiaries listed above, and would like a free and confidential initial consultation, please contact Evans Law Firm, Inc. at 415-441-8669 or via email at email@example.com.