Ex-broker jailed for ghost broking and fraud

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A former insurance broker was jailed on 14 May 2018 after pleading guilty to acting as a ghost broker and selling fake car insurance policies to hundreds of people.

Nigel Fox, 49, of Diadem Grove, Hull was sentenced at Hull Crown Court to 12 months in prison, following an investigation by the City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED).

The case was referred to IFED in 2015 by the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB), which had collaborated with several insurers to uncover

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