Using the information provided by the clients, our private investigators will set up the best strategy and catch the fraud in no time
(PRWEB UK) 25 June 2014
As reported by the article in The Telegraph, dated 23 Apr 2014: Fraudulent car insurance claims up 20pc, says Britain's biggest insurer, one of the major insurance companies in the UK has reported a 19% year-on-year increase in the number fraudulent insurance claims, because of organized gangs and lack of effective deterrents. According to Aviva, more than £110 million was lost due to a rising number of bogus claims by frauds. Aviva also says that organized gangs are staging car crashes for the sole purpose of getting money from the insurance companies. Fraudsters often do this by deliberately slamming on the brakes, so that the driver behind them crashed into them, unable to avoid the collision. Aviva reports that there is more than 5,500 suspicious injury claims being put under investigation. The head of fraud at Aviva, Tom Gardner, estimated that cases like these increase everyone’s insurance premium at least another £50. "We are witnessing a trend toward third party, injury and organized fraud. For example, in 2013, we identified fraud in one in nine third party injury claims", he said.
London Private Detectives (http:// london-privatedetectives.co.uk/), as one of the most renowned private detective agencies in the UK, is the go-to place for anyone who suspects there might be a fraud taking place in their workplace. Also, the agency helps all those who have been a victim of fraud, by catching the people responsible for it. The most important of any fraud is timing. It is so crucial that the client come forward with the suspicion or even evidence, as soon as possible, so that private investigators at London Private Detectives can get on the case right away and locate the fraud immediately, using the information provided by the client. So far, London Private Detectives have been able to help hundreds of client with all matters involving fraud, which resulted in putting the frauds behind bars, as well as some of the funds returned to the clients. Fraud happens a lot, because people think of it as something that is not very commonplace, as if it’s something that happens to someone else, and not them. Unfortunately, that is not the case, but, one can always turn to London Private Detectives for help.
Chief investigator at London Private Detectives, Christine Alexander, in light of the article in The Telegraph, would like to invite all people who suspect fraud is taking place in their life, or at their company, to come forward and present London Private Detectives with all the information they have. He also went on to say: “Using the information provided by the clients, our private investigators will set up the best strategy and catch the fraud in no time.”
Chief investigator Christine Alexander can be reached on 020 7125 0053