Fraudster jailed for £33,000 Aviva scam

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A conman who made up multiple van crashes to make more than £33,000 from fraudulent insurance claims has been jailed for three years and five months.

Abdul Qadeer Qadri, 26, from Birmingham took out five motor insurance policies with Aviva, using details of friends and family, between 30 June 2011 and 30 July 2012.

He then reported that the 'insured' vehicles had been involved in smashes and put in claims for vehicle repairs, personal injuries and replacement vehicle hire, within a month of

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