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British Columbia uses social media to catch insurance fraudsters

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is making extensive use of social media to find people who have made fraudulent insurance claims

B.C. announces top auto insurance frauds of 2015

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) released the top six auto insurance frauds committed in 2015. While these are quite humorous, the ICBC points out the cost of these deceptions are borne by those who purchase insurance.

Doctor gave chemo to healthy patients, gets 45 years in prison

Detroit - A Michigan doctor who authorities say gave cancer treatment drugs to hundreds of patients who did not need them was sentenced to 45 years in prison.

Twitter may have helped capture fugitive in Mexico

San Diego - A six-month game of cat and mouse between a former Amtrak clerk convicted of fraud and the American justice system ended in an arraignment this Monday, July 8, and Twitter may have played a part.
 

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Insurance scams cost B.C. drivers about $100 per year
Insurance scams cost B.C. drivers about $100 per year
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