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The battle over the use of credit scores when underwriting insurance risks is reheating to a fever pitch following the release of a controversial Federal Trade Commission report hailed by the industry but hammered by consumer groups and a dissenter within the agency. Credit scores are an “effective predictor” of risk under auto insurance policies, the FTC concluded in its report, but counterattacks have undermined the study’s credibility.

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