A ghost broker has been sentenced for setting up fake companies and also stealing the details of real companies to buy fraudulent fleet insurance products.
He sold the cover to innocent members of the public, used it for his own vehicles and also used it for vehicles that has been involved in criminal activity including drug dealing and burglary.
Suhail Hassain, 29, of Armitage Gardens, Luton, was sentenced to two years in prison at Inner London Crown Court on 11 February.
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