The individual stole nearly £18,000 from the CMC and attempted to steal approximately £17,000 more.
Detected dishonest claims reached a value of £1.2bn during the year.
With ghost broking back in the news, commissioning editor Laurence Eastham asks a panel of five experts what the industry can do to tackle the problem.
The convicted admitted to defrauding the company in order to fund his drug habit and has been sentenced to two years in jail.
‘Wolf of Manchester’ case sees an employee and ex-employee of the insurer, along with two others who ran a claims management company, get suspended sentences for their roles in exploiting and selling customer data.
Scammer was sentenced after setting up fake companies and buying fraudulent fleet policies worth £60,000.
Fraudster took out fake insurance policies just weeks after he was released from prison for scamming 150 drivers.
Woman made 31 false claims, including that her daughter was a victim in the Manchester Arena terrorist attack.
Ifed says 17-24 year olds most likely to fall victim to fraudsters selling fake car insurance.
The man was jailed yesterday for abusing his position at three different insurance companies to fund trips to Disneyland.
Research from ABI reveals one insurance fraud per minute was discovered.
Former insurance broker was sentenced to 12 months in jail after gaining £25,000 from setting up fake car insurance policies and using his contacts book from his time as a broker.
Abdul Hakim pleaded guilty to all charges of fraud by false representation after trying to steal over £321,000 by selling fake car insurance policies and making fraudulent claims.
Emmanuel Kenning and Siân Barton discuss the key points from the week's news.
Bluefin being fined £4m by the FCA dominated the interest of Insurance Age’s readers in the final month of there year. There were two stories in the top five but there was also room for a new MGA, a fraud court case and another look at Amazon’s insurance…
Losses at Ageas Retail, Kanye West, bribery offences and the deal between Allianz and LV hit the headlines in August.
Five people in total sentenced after the three employees made £7,000 from selling confidential customer data.
Fraudster made £253,000 from selling fraudulent car insurance policies to over 50 people in Bradford.