Fraudster sentenced after trying to use charity account for car insurance

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A Bolton man who tried to use the details of a charity's bank account when applying for car insurance has been handed a six month jail term.

Imran Aslam, aged 29, of Astley Brook Close, Bolton, was sentenced on Friday 10 June at Bolton Magistrates' Court.

He was given 22 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 18 months and was ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and to pay £165 costs.

Aslam's fraud had been uncovered by staff at Swiftcover.

He applied for insurance for his Vauxhall Astra on

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