Blog: Why in the age of fake news, it's hard to be an honest broker

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Truth comes as a premium in the age of ‘fake news’ where it is all-too-easy to become established as an insurance broker.

This presumption is presenting a major dilemma for the industry where reputation is everything and the internet is seemingly giving honest brokers a dishonest name.

If someone is presenting something that sounds too good to be true, it probably is. You wouldn’t buy a new gas boiler from a guy in a bar and allow him to fit it believing that it is not stolen or that he is Gas

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