Ex-Aviva employee given 10 month sentence for stealing customer account details

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An Aviva employee who passed thousands of customers' motor insurance claims details to an associate who then sold them on to an accident claims management company was sentenced to 10 months, suspended for 12 months, and ordered to work 180 hours unpaid at Manchester Crown Court on 3 December.

Matthew Cooper, aged 28, from Manchester had previously pleaded guilty to fraud by false representation.

The case and ruling followed an investigation by the City of London Police's Insurance Fraud

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