Insurance fraud is a worldwide problem. It represents a serious crime that can result in serious consequences for fraudsters victims. Moreover, every type of insurance is vulnerable. In this FREE ebook, we examine two insurance fraud case studies, revealing how they were discovered and what went wrong.

The reality is that insurance fraud cases are often committed by opportunists, and sometimes the perpetrators work in teams to conduct such frauds. In fact, there are well-known cases of highly organised criminal gangs committing insurance fraud. But fraud can happen at any point along the process of an insurance claim, by insurance applicants, members/policyholders, third-party claimants or others (including professionals who specialise in pursuing claims for policyholders).

Insurance fraud cases cover a wide range of schemes and crimes, and every scheme represents a potential liability for the victim organisation. Due diligence and fraud prevention programs must extend to insurance fraud at every level to help organisations be better protected. In this ebook we will examine the following:

  • What is Insurance Fraud?
  • Insurance Industry
  • Case Study: GETTING BURNED BY FALSE CLAIMS
  • Case Study: THE HOUSE FIRE
  • Red Flags and Lessons Learned
  • Case Study: FAKE HOSPITAL BILLS
  • Healthcare Industry Overview
  • Red Flags and Lessons Learned

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