ESPN CripInsider: The following is an excerpt from the ESPN Insider article on “Intermediaries.”
Intermediary: What are they?
A business that has the right to share your information, whether in a written document, an email, or on an app or website.
They can also provide information about your products and services that you use, such as reviews, ratings, and statistics.
They are often used by publishers to identify new users, which helps them reach potential advertisers.
Intermediary companies can also collect information about how consumers interact with apps and websites.
They are also used to identify trends in customer behavior.
Intermediariness: How do you know if a business is an intermediary?
It can be hard to determine who is an actual intermediary.
In some cases, intermediaries may only have a handful of employees, or they may be independent contractors.
In other cases, a business may have multiple people working on the same project.
The answer to that is not as clear as it seems.
An intermediary may be a business owner or a person that handles marketing or communications for the business.
These people may not share your identity or any information about you.
If they are a business, the intermediary may use your name or email address to communicate with you.
The intermediary will also share information about the business with the person you are communicating with, such the salesperson, the marketing director, or the sales person’s assistant.
An intermediate may also have employees working on projects for the intermediary or the business, but the person working on that project is not an intermediary.
If that person is an employee of the intermediary, they may only work on the business’s projects for a limited time.
An intermediary may also use third-party advertising networks to send you messages.
An intermediary may also share this information with the companies that use these advertising networks.
In some cases an intermediary may have its own network of affiliates that you may not know about.
Some intermediary companies may have their own affiliate programs that are independent of the business in question.
In those cases, the third-parties are not part of the network.
For example, a company that is an affiliate of Intermediare might have its affiliate programs for the company’s customers, but it may also offer its services through a third-person affiliate program.
This means that you can’t know whether the company is an independent intermediary.
Some intermediaries, like advertising companies, have paid-for-play schemes.
If you use an intermediary service to pay for something that you want to use, the company that provides the service will receive some compensation from you.
The company will also help you set up the account and help you make purchases from that account.
In the case of advertising companies and their affiliates, intermediary services are also referred to as paid-to-play services.
These are services that may pay you for access to content, but may not pay you directly for advertising, promotional content, or referral traffic.
You might receive some sort of compensation from these companies, such a commission for your use of the service.