AXA Healthcare medical cover used a marketing database which should have been deleted.
A TOP health insurance firm has been illegally targeting OAPs to rake in millions of pounds.
AXA Healthcare medical cover used a marketing database which should have been erased.
The information was provided to sales people by a company called Secure Health, owned by Axa. Around 10,000 pensioners took out policies over a decade.
Whistleblowers passed evidence to The Sun.
MPs have called for a thorough investigation after material was handed over to regulators.
A whistleblower revealed a sample of over 5,000 of the profiled people’s details.
Sales people are accused of illegally using phone data to cold call. It is estimated that from two million numbers more than 350,000 were targeted.