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Could Social Media Make Your Insurance Cost More?

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Christine Wong

21-Mar-19 12:15

Could Social Media Make Your Insurance Cost More?

According to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, your social media postings could determine your insurance premiums for life, car and property.


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