A ghost broker has been sentenced to 16 months imprisonment suspended for 18 months, 300 hours of community work, three months curfew and ordered to pay his victims back £8,000 plus court costs of £1,200.
Hastings Direct announced that it “brought a prolific ghost broker to justice earlier this month following an investigation by its Special Investigations Unit (SIU) and the City of London Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department.” (IFED).
The investigation led to Imran Rafique, 26 years old of
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