Markerstudy faces allegations of inadequate hourly rates and outstanding invoices

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Markerstudy has faced a backlash from repair shops and customers with accusations of inadequate hourly rates, lengthy call waiting times, outstanding invoices and capacity concerns.

The charges were made in response to a recent Markerstudy Linked In post highlighting a thought leadership article Gary Humphreys, group chief underwriting officer at Markerstudy, wrote for Post last

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