Farmers Insurance agreed to pay a $575,000 settlement to Missouri in a case that accused the company of continuing to call people after they had requested an end to the calls in violation of law that permits no-call lists.
Farmers Insurance agreed to pay a $575,000 settlement to Missouri in a case that accused the company of continuing to call people after they had requested an end to the calls in violation of law that permits no-call lists.
Farmers Insurance agreed to pay a $575,000 settlement to Missouri in a case that accused the company of continuing to call people after they had requested an end to the calls in violation of law that permits no-call lists.

Farmers Insurance pays to settle complaint under Missouri no-call list law

October 19, 2015 11:59 AM

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