Fraudulent accident company stopped in its tracks

A fraudulent, multi-million-pound accident management company has been stopped in its tracks after its director was arrested for conspiracy to defraud UK motor insurers. The 23-year-old man is thought to have made millions through submitting claims to insurers for accidents that never took place - so called 'cash for crash' scams. He was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud insurance companies. The police have been working with the Insurance Fraud Bureau and insurers to combat this

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