|By Ira Kantor, Boston Herald|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The agreement will mandate an audit to determine the amount of restitution owed to consumers and will block the alleged overcharges from happening in the future, Coakley said.
"This is another example of an auto insurance rating problem that our office discovered as a result of a consumer complaint," she said. "While we are troubled that these overcharges occurred, we are pleased that we were able to stop this unlawful practice and protect consumers."
The AG's office began its investigation of the
Under terms of the assurance of discontinuance filed in
Not all policyholders who had their surcharges vacated by the
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