While recently examining data stored within one of its auto policy databases, executives with New York City-based Metropolitan Insurance Co. uncovered a troubling glitch. It was an irregularity that any seasoned IT troubleshooter would certainly have appreciated.

MetLife's systems analysts discovered that due to a systems default, most customers on a particular source database somehow had either "0" or "9" automobiles covered under their MetLife auto insurance plan.

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