The story - which was published by the Mail's sister finance title This is Money - alerted its readers to "wallet-busting differences" when using brokers compared with price comparison websites.
It said that the gap between the best deals was £310 for car insurance, £123 for travel cover and £43 for home contents, and warned that the price difference was punishing those who don't have access to online comparison sites.
However, Biba responded by describing the article as "unfortunate" and
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