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Richard Griffiths should do the decent thing on renewals

From Kevin Thornton

Richard Griffiths (Mortgage Strategy August 29) should indeed do the decent thing. Should he instruct Network Data to pay brokers renewal commission? Yes. What will his answer be? Nope.

He should hand over the outstanding commission instead of trying to blackmail brokers to join his network.

Do the decent thing, Richard.

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