Almost 10% of the UK would consider 'crash for cash' scam

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One in 12 people would contemplate getting involved in a swindle while 53% of people believe ‘crash for cash' fraudsters are unlikely to be caught, a study conducted by research company Ipsos MORI has found.

Speaking about the findings, Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) chairman David Neave said: "'Crash for cash' fraudsters are being caught and jailed every week and the public need to know that the risk far outweighs any potential reward.

"Awareness about the consequences of committing fraud need to

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