Leak at Desjardins: a mortgage broker buys a list of 5000 names

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A Quebec mortgage broker paid $ 3,000 in cash to obtain a list of personal and confidential data belonging to approximately 5,000 people.

This is what emerged from a hearing by the disciplinary committee of the Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) during which Marc-Olivier Tanguay pleaded guilty to having violated various regulations related to the purchase of this information. The hearing was held by videoconference last Wednesday.

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