An examination of ING U.S. Inc.'s unclaimed property practices conducted on behalf of seven states has uncovered no wrongdoing, LifeHealthPro reported. However, ING has agreed as a result of the examination to comply with new policies that states are initiating. The policies require insurance companies to compare all company records regarding the deaths of policyholders with the Social Security Death Master File every month. ING has also agreed to pay $10.7 million in examination, compliance and monitoring costs of the exam. To date, agreements reached with seven insurers have resulted in $173 million being paid to beneficiaries by the companies and more than $800 million being paid to the states, according to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, one of seven lead states in the examinations. The Life/Annuities Claim Settlement Practices Task Force, established by state insurance regulators in 2011, is continuing its examinations of 33 other leading U.S. insurers, which include Principal Financial Group Inc., Aviva USA and American Equity Investment Life Holding Co.