Man arrested after bogus motor insurance probe


IFED believe as many as 150 drivers fell victim to ghost broking scam and collectively lost £60,000.

A man has been arrested following an investigation into the sale of bogus motor insurance, known as ‘ghost broking', through a phony company called Personal Touch Insurance.

City of London Police's Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) believes as many as 150 drivers, mainly in Hampshire and Dorset, have fallen victim to the scam and collectively lost around £60,000.

A 33-year-old man from Andover in Hampshire has been arrested on suspicion of fraud by false representation and money

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