Premium rate phone lines used to dupe companies out of money.
Business owner jailed for burning down showroom.
‘Cash for crash’ ringleaders get custodial sentences following involvement in 83 collisions.
Man goes to prison for selling invalid motor cover.
Provider calls for stronger sentences for fraudsters.
Software house will flag up suspicious changes of information.
Fraud figures up 18% on 2012.
Fraudster sold insurance in restaurants, internet cafes and by the roadside.
Experian's data reveals jump in number of detected fraudulent applications.
Extra detectives to be recruited to tackle insurance fraud in England and Wales.
Ghost-broking, who is to blame?
Broker hopes that InsureValid8 will reduce fraud.
Insurance Fraud Bureau sees 32% increase in contact from public.
An animated video warning young motorists about being ripped off by fraudsters selling fake car insurance has been launched today.
Brokers call for harsher penalties for fraudsters selling false insurance policies
Jail terms handed down over ghost broking scam.
A West Yorkshire man has been given a 15-month jail term suspended for two years and a 12-month supervision order for posing as a ‘ghost broker’.
With mobile devices, cloud computing and social media playing an increasing role in business practice, how can the insurance industry manage the risks?
A Birmingham insurance claims handler has been jailed for stealing more than £40,000 from his employer.
Despite several high-profile cyber attacks on major corporations, the insurance industry is still behind the times when it comes to cyber liability. How can it catch up?
Accident investigation firm APU has warned motorists of a new tactic being employed by criminals running ‘crash for cash’ fraud rings.
An insurance claims handler who stole £39,000 from his employer to settle pay-day loans and drug debts was jailed for 17 months at Cardiff Crown Court on 2 August 2013.
Zurich has launched a dedicated policy validation unit and created two new roles to help brokers in identifying fraud.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned and fined a former insurance broker £140,000.