Millions spied on by greedy top universities: Institutions secretly hire investigators to snoop on ex-student's salaries, pensions and even friends in drive for donations



Top universities have secretly hired investigators to snoop on millions of former students, the Daily Mail can reveal.
In an aggressive drive for donations, they have paid wealth screening firms – including one called Prospecting for Gold – to trawl for information about their alumni's worth.
This has included sensitive details about their incomes, investments, pensions, value of their homes and even friendship circles.
A number of victims, targeted for two decades, have been ranked according to wealth, class and whether they are likely to leave money to the universities in their wills.... read more

 
20 November 2017 in Business, Views: 48
Source: Daily Mail
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