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Santa Fe Auto Insurance Company, In Receivership

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The SDR has developed contingency plans to address potential sources of disruption in our work due to spread of COVID-19. At this time, the SDR's team does not expect significant delays in responding to inquiries. Our intention is to continue to serve the needs of policyholders, claimants, creditors, regulators, and guaranty associations while keeping our employees safe. Please note, due to the pandemic, the Special Master will not hold in-person Status Conferences in 2021. The SDR posted the quarterly status report on October 26, 2021. We will update this website as conditions warrant. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Special Deputy Receiver

Cantilo & Bennett, L.L.P.

11401 Century Oaks Terrace

Suite 300

Austin, Texas 78758

Telephone:  512.478.6000

Fax:  512.404.6550



On December 3, 2021, The Receivership Court issued its Order terminating this Receivership Proceeding. The Estate is now closed. This website will be available for approximately 30 days but will no longer be updated.


The deadline for filing a Proof of Claim ("POC") was 11:59 pm CDT on October 5, 2014. 

All POCs should have been received by the SDR at the address on the POC form before the deadline to be considered proper and timely filed. Faxed or e-mailed POCs will not be accepted. 

POC Form

POC Instructions



We have discovered several internet and e-mail scams issuing phony “Santa Fe Auto Insurance Company, in Receivership” checks. The scams involve a variety of offers, including the chance to earn money for driving with auto wrap advertising, driving jobs, modeling jobs, equipment sales, Scentsy consultant orders, and the like.  If you respond to the internet ad or e-mail, the scammer will offer to send you a check via Fed Ex or other courier service, and instruct you to deposit it into your bank account, keep a portion of the funds, and wire the remainder to another party for various expenses or services.  The checks issued do not come from the name used by the scammer.  Instead, the checks look as if they were issued by Santa Fe Auto Insurance Company, in Receivership, but they are FRAUDULENT . These checks will not be honored, and your bank will be notified that it is not a valid check.  Any money you send to the scammer from your account will be lost and will NOT be reimbursed.   

If you are in possession of a check issued by Santa Fe Auto Insurance Company, in Receivership and are unsure if it is valid check, please contact the SDR at the telephone number or e-mail address listed above prior to depositing the check.

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All automobile insurance policies written by Santa Fe Auto Insurance Company were cancelled on May 5, 2013.  For further information, please click here.