Allstate’s use of credit scoring algorithms to set customers’ insurance premiums violates the Illinois consumer fraud law, according to a prospective class-action filed by a combine of seven law firms.

The suit, filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois against the Northbrook, Ill.-based insurance giant, was filed on behalf of Allstate auto and home insurance customers throughout the nation.

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