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Mark Keenan

There are still far to many "dodgy" companies out there who are essentially information farmers. We have evidence on one such company in the online divorce market who operate hundreds of websites providing services to consumers at a very low price that would seem to be impossible to make a profit on. It is not until we have spoken to competitors of theirs in other markets that we discover they are attempting to sell on their client data as PPI leads. However their privacy policies on each websites categorically state that no information will be given to third parties.

This must be going on a massive scale.

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