Accused of price-gouging, kickbacks and borrower mistreatment, insurers QBE and Assurant sparred with the New York Financial Services Department in a Thursday hearing on force-placed insurance.
The two companies, whose subsidiaries hold a 90 percent share of the market, offered a broad defense of the industry and dismissed allegations that they regularly force unnecessary insurance upon borrowers as a "myth."
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