Revealed: Firms selling off your holiday secrets with travellers' private details bought for just 12p

The cynical trade in British travellers’ personal details that is fuelling a rise in bogus holiday sickness claims is exposed today by The Mail on Sunday.
Companies are paying as little as 12p for the names, addresses and phone numbers of people who have taken part in surveys after booking trips with major tour operators.
In theory, their feedback, which is used to improve customer service, should not be passed on. But it is falling into the hands of ‘consumer data providers’ who in turn sell it to claims management firms.
These firms then contact customers and in some cases, as we revealed... read more

2 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail

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