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Old 04-19-2012, 05:27 PM
Location: Ponte Vedra Beach FL
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Originally Posted by Cruzincat View Post
I can't believe the Feds would let them get away with requiring bundling. In the industry I work in, medical diagnostic equipment (CT, MRI, etc), I believe it is against federal law to give deep discounts on one type of equipment if the customer purchases a more expensive un it of another type. I may be wrong since I am not in sales, but I heard that a long while back.
What about all the carriers that only write auto insurance in a state like Florida (many of them dropped out of the homeowners' market years ago). Would you require them to write homeowners' insurance as well? Robyn
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