ABI publishes fraud report

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The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published a report shedding insight on the motivations of insurance fraudsters.

The research study, carried out by Perpetuity Research and led by professor of criminology Martin Gill, aims to help insurers develop their fraud prevention and detection practices.

According to the ABI, key findings showed that many opportunistic fraudsters fail to consider long-term consequences and often make mistakes which can be spotted by well-trained insurer staff

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