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It turns out that his bank, HDFC, used a third-party company called Verifi.Me, whose website describes it as a verification service that lets users “prove their identities and fast-track their applications”.

It turns out that his bank, HDFC, used a third-party company called Verifi.Me, whose website describes it as a verification service that lets users “prove their identities and fast-track their applications”.

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Here’s everything that Verifi.Me collects about a user when they use the service, according to the company’s privacy policy.

Here's everything that Verifi.Me collects about a user when they use the service, according to the company's privacy policy.

That's pretty much everything important. Worse, the policy says that the company may share this information with people “who are required to know such information in order provide [services] to you.”

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