Peers bid to introduce statutory control of third-party "capture" and tighten up referral fee banFriday, 25 November 2011
Peers have launched a bid to curb third-party capture of potential claimants by insurance companies, and also spell out the proposed referral fee ban in greater detail – while carving out an exception for payments to provide a pooled marketing service.
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