IFB strikes deal to "close net" on fraudsters

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The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) has signed an intelligence-sharing agreement with NAFN Data & Intelligence Services to disclose information about insurance cheats.

NAFN works as a central hub for councils and other public sector members to share intelligence and gather evidence in a bid to support criminal investigations.

Users of NAFN's services include Trading Standards, housing benefit departments and corporate fraud teams.

Speaking about the agreement, head of intelligence at the IFB

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