HOW IT WORKS

If you’re surprised one can turn data into money,, you shouldn’t be:: you’re probably doing it right now, you’re just not getting a cut. Every time you read an article, watch Netfix, or go on Amazon,

you’re generating data,, and unprecedented revenue,, for large corporations.. But it’s your data,, and

you have a right to use it for your interests.. While one person’s data is worth nearly nothing,, we

use the Data Does Good pluggin to bind together many user’s anonymous online shopping data..

This is the “ddata collective..”” Researchers then pay high premiums for access to the patterns in

this data collective,, and never access to an inividuals data.. The revenue the Data Fights Debt

collective generates then gets donated to RIP Medical Debt,, a not for proft that acts like a

collection agency without the collection.. They buy medical debt for cents on the dollar,, and rather

than collect it,, they send letters to debtors telling them their debt has been erased..

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STEP 1: DOWNLOAD THE EXTENSION

Data Fights Debt uses the Data Does Good browser extension, which makes it possible for you to take agency over your anonymous online shopping history.

 

STEP 2: JOIN THE DATA COLLECTIVE

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After you add the browser extension, sign up to join our data pool. This pool consists of every user's anonymous data, bound together. Researchers then pay high premiums for access to the patterns in this data pool, and never get access to any specific user's data. 

 

 
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STEP 3: SEE HOW MUCH YOUR DATA IS WORTH. 

 

The revenue the Data Fights Debt collective generates then gets donated to RIP Medical Debt, a not for profit that acts like a collection agency without the collection. They buy medical debt for cents on the dollar.  Rather than collecting it, they send letters to debtors telling them their debt has been erased.

After signing up for Data Fights Debt, you will see just how many thousands of dollars your data has freed, and how many lives you have impacted.