Give clients a fair deal on protection

Warren, Bill
November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/13/2006, p78
Trade Publication
The article comments on the payment protection market of the mortgage industry in Great Britain. The author asserts that the mortgage industry cannot ignore the argument on the question of fairness in the payment protection market since the regulators have also intervened in the issue. He discusses some important points as guide for the customers.


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