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At MetLife, protecting client information is a top priority.
There have been several news articles over the last few months detailing how customers of a number of financial services companies have fallen victim to social engineering scams. Scammers impersonate a trusted company to convince their targets into revealing or handing over sensitive information such as insurance, banking or login credentials. This scamming can happen via text, email or websites set up to look like the trusted company.
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If you are a victim of domestic violence or other abuse, or a protected individual under certain state laws you may request that MetLife send communications of claim-related or policy-related information to you by alternative means or at alternative locations. If so requested, we will keep confidential all claim or billing information relating specifically to you to the extent permitted by law, including your name, address, any services received, and the name and address of the provider of any services (such as your doctor or dentist). Your request will remain in effect until you revoke it in writing.
MetLife respects your privacy.
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