Former Allianz employee sentenced for stealing £67,000 from insurer

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A man from London has been sentenced for stealing £67,499.88 from his employer through bogus insurance claims and then fleeing to the United States in order to avoid prosecution.

Rasheed Talabi, 34, of Hombury Grove, Croydon, London, abused his position as a claims assessor at Allianz in order to create fictitious customers and submit fraudulent claims for pet insurance on these policies. Talabi was arrested by the City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED), after his

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