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Claims News Service, June 27, 11:10 a.m. EDT — Consumer Reports, a magazine published independently by the non-profit company Consumer Union, recently released an investigative report on the use of credit scores by insurers. The magazine’s research found that scores and their uses vary among insurers and that credit-based insurance scoring could cost many drivers hundreds of extra dollars, even if they have never been in an at-fault accident.

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