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David Lazarus is an award-winning business columnist for the Los Angeles Times, focusing on consumer affairs. He also appears daily on KTLA- ...

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Bank's offer of 'free' insurance is dubious way to appreciate customers

Bank's offer of 'free' insurance is dubious way to appreciate customers

April 24, 2015

Sally Hwang recently spotted a payment of $8.10 on her checking account statement for accidental death and dismemberment insurance. Problem was, she had no recollection of signing up for such coverage.

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