Consumer watchdog may investigate dual pricing by insurance companies

The state’s consumer watchdog is considering launching a full investigation into ‘personalised pricing’ amid growing controversy over the country’s insurance crisis

6th October, 2019

The state’s consumer watchdog is considering launching a full investigation into ‘personalised pricing’ amid growing controversy over the country’s insurance crisis.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has spent months examining dual pricing which has been labelled a “rip-off on a vast scale” for landing existing customers with inflated premiums.

Asked about the practice and whether it would launch...

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