What is agi*nrainspro?

The credit card charge AGI*NRAINSPRO was first recorded on August 24, 2014. It has been deemed not suspicious by our users.

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Merchant NRA Insurance (edit)
Website http://nraendorsedinsurance.com/ (edit)
Phone Number (877) 672-3006 (edit)
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Comments

Mark on March 20, 2015

It's NRA insurance.

Mark on March 20, 2015

Mine read "AGI NRAINSPRO" (NRA insurance program)

Patti on February 03, 2016

This is life insurance policy offered by NRA -

Joe on February 25, 2016

Agreed, this is NRA insurance, may be life, may be other as offered by the NRA.

Rita Boring on March 03, 2016

Where does it come from and who is responsible for it..what type of insurance is it?

Alan on April 06, 2016

Yes, This is the NRA optional Accidental Death Insurance. You need to opt in to this extra coverage and it is charged monthly on your credit card if that is the payment method you selected.

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