AARP orders investigation concerning its health insurance marketing
New York Times, November 19, 2008
After a Senate inquiry found evidence of deceptive marketing, the AARP has hired an outside investigator to look into sales of some of its popular health insurance products. AARP and UnitedHealth Group have voluntarily suspended sales of the policies, which pay fixed cash benefits for selected services.
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