Crash for cash motor fraud spreads across UK

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Keoghs 2010 Motor Fraud Index highlights the areas of the UK where the highest numbers of suspicious motor claims are made and reveals how the fraud ‘plague’ has spread in recent years.

James Heath, head of counter fraud strategy at Keoghs, commented: “The results clearly show that ‘crash for cash’ fraud now affects all of the most heavily populated regions of England and Wales. Across the board, every major town and city has seen an increase in the number of suspicious claimants.

“When the

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