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When consumers take out a mortgage or auto loan, the lender requires the consumer to maintain property or auto insurance, respectively, to protect the property or vehicle servicing as collateral for the loan. The lenders typically track whether borrowers maintain the required insurance and, if they do not, force-place insurance on the property or vehicle and then charge the borrower for the insurance. There is a long history of overcharges and other abuses in force-placed insurance markets (also called lender-placed insurance or collateral protection insurance). The Center for Economic Justice has authored reports and testimony urging regulators and policymakers to stop overcharging consumers. CEJ has testified before the United States Congress, in front of state insurance regulators at the NAIC, and in many individual states. Our work has led to massive rate reductions and hundreds of millions of dollars of savings for consumers.

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