A survey conducted by Fraudline with a cross section of its subscribing local authorities has revealed that on average, the number of public liability claims received in 2005 was reduced by 27%, compared to in 2004. Fraudline provides an advertising campaign and a 'name and shame' hotline to its customers. The company claimed that its service was endorsed within the survey as 'playing an integral part in a raft of risk management measures that help combat insurance claims fraud.'
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