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the guarantee "WILL BE REVOKED" in bold print. Or is there something else (not the guarantee) that "WILL BE REVOKED" in the letter you got?

Good question. The letter does state that the guarantee will be revoked if the client DOES NOT agree to the asset allocation change. Investors have until some time in October to make the change. Hartford WILL NOT make the change on the clients behalf (they have to opt in to keep the guarantee vs it being manually done - which is somewhat stupid from a client perspective but likely what is legally required).
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