Kickback

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A practice in which a person or business pays someone to find new clients or referrals, and pays that person a percentage of the increased transactions resulting from those referrals
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He said that the government has extended the circle of ToRs adding that it has included those who took kick-backs and got their loans written off.
Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York is investigating these individuals on suspicion of the acceptance of bribes and kick-backs between the early 1990s and now.
SOCIALIST EDEK leader Yiannakis Omirou has refuted allegations that his party received e1/420,000 in kick-backs related to the Paphos Sewerage Board scandal.