(PRWEB UK) 25 September 2014
According to the article published on The Telegraph’s official website, dated 17 Jun 2014: Businessman jailed for fraud after faking own death, an Indian business man who fakes his own death in order to collect over a million pounds in life insurance, has been arrested and jailed, along with his wife. Sanjay Kumar, and his spouse Anju, who are both from Watford, came up with a scheme, which involved pretending he died while he was on a business trip to India in 2011. Anju informed 5 insurers that Sanjay, who is 46, died after contracting a deadly brain fever, and that his body was cremated. In reality, Sanjay was alive and well, and even travelled back to the UK, using a second passport. Once the insurance companies figured there were no official records of him being admitted to a hospital, and that the crematorium where he was supposed to be cremated never actually existed, fraud was discovered.
Sanjay Kumar was sentenced in front of the Southwark Crown Court to two and a half years, while his wife received a five-month suspended sentence, case numbers T20130224 and T20130225, respectively.
After reading the article in The Telegraph, Private Investigators UK (http://www.private-investigators-uk.com/) wanted to take the opportunity to spread awareness about the frequency of fraudulent behavior in all walks of life. Fraud is something that happens at people’s jobs, in their personal lives, in their neighborhood, and it’s happens every day. People need to be more alert, because there is a real possibility it can happen to them. In order to prevent that, if they suspect fraud is taking place, or if someone is scheming them, they should call Private Investigators UK, who can help them with matter. Their skilled detectives are some of the best in the entire UK when it comes to preventing and discovering frauds, as well as catching the fraudsters who robbed innocent people of their heard earned money or other valuable items. The investigators at Private Investigators will use the information disclosed by the client, and start working on a case immediately, because time is crucial in cases like this. Don’t let yourself become the victim of frauds. Better be safe than sorry.
Private Investigators UK chief investigator Christie Moore pointed out that frauds are all around us, and sometimes, they are even our co-workers, neighbors, friend or even family members. She also took the opportunity to add: “You should be extremely careful when you trust someone with your money; otherwise you might find yourself unpleasantly surprised. But, Private Investigators UK are there for you to provide help in locating and catching the frauds, in the shortest amount of time possible. Give us a call if you need our help.”
Chief investigator at Private Investigators UK can be reached on the following phone number: 2036332458.