The Federal Trade Commission has asked nine major insurance companies, including Allstate Corp. and Travelers Cos. Inc., to provide information about how they set prices for homeowners’ coverage. The FTC ordered the companies to provide data about credit-based insurance scores. This is essentially the equivalent of a credit rating but one that focuses on how much particular consumers cost their insurance companies.
Source: Insurance Journal
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