Taiwan’s Financial Ombudsman Institution (FOI) revealed that the number of insurance complaints in the first quarter jumped by 44% year-on-year, with disputes over health coverage and claims of false sales information being the most common.
There were a total of 1,354 insurance complaints from January to March, with life insurance disputes making up the majority, at 72%, Taipei Times reported. General insurance complaints made up 25%, while the remaining 3% were not identified.
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