MPPI selling is not a level playing field

November 2005
Mortgage Strategy;11/14/2005, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on payment protection insurance in protecting borrowers from financial hardship in the U.S. Criticism of consumer groups that the said insurance is over-priced and provided marginal benefit; Problems related to the insurance; Advice for brokers to let their clients understand the problems they could face without protection.


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