Biba queries "misleading" survey on aggregator commission levels

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The survey, conducted with new aggregator, claimed that comparison sites took over £650m in commission from consumers.

On average brokers charge between 10-15% in commission and Graeme Trudgill, head of corporate affairs at Biba, said he thought the claim that comparison sites took 24% in commission was not realistic. While he said he was not surprised by the headline figure of £650m, he put this down to volume rather than commission levels.

He explained: "We are regularly told

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