As the credit crunch wrangles on, insurers are seeing evidence of increasing underwriting fraud, costing honest motor insurance customers between £50 and £60 per policy.
In an attempt to slash the price of motor insurance premiums, people are declaring false information, perhaps unaware that their insurance may be invalid as a consequence.
Simon Warsop, director of motor pricing at Norwich Union, said: "Fortunately, the majority of customers are entirely honest and provide accurate, fully
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