A ghost broker has been sentenced to pay back £253,000 after he was found to be selling fraudulent car insurance policies to motorists in restaurants, internet cafes and by the roadside in Bradford.
Antique Khan, aged 36, of Ewart Street, Great Horton, Bradford, appeared at a confiscation hearing at Bradford Crown Court on 7 April.
According to the City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) he was ordered to pay back £253,000 or face spending two years in prison.
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