Research firm Celent recently surveyed consumers about their willingness to share personal data, and to test eight potential messages financial services firms might offer to them, leveraging the consumers’ data.

The results show that most people don’t like receiving the messages Celent prepared for them, with only one receiving an average score of neutral, with the others seeing less favorable responses.

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