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You could be committing insurance fraud. Here’s why you should care.

The FBI Insurance Fraud Statistics state that everybody who has insurance is paying between $400 and $700 more in their insurance premiums. This increase is due to the massive problem of insurance fraud in the United States. Whether you know it or not, one of those fraudsters may be you.
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Shopping and driving tips from the Virginia State Police

While Virginians are preparing for the upcoming holidays – making lists, shopping the malls and quaint out-of the-way boutiques, or heading out to visit relatives – thieves and fraudsters are making their own special holiday plans to take advantage of preoccupied shoppers and travelers during the hustle-and-bustle of the season.
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Gov. McAuliffe proclaims May 11–17 as “Insurance Fraud Awareness Week” in Virginia

To recognize the impact the crime of insurance fraud has on all citizens of the commonwealth, Gov. Terry McAuliffe has proclaimed May 11 – 17, 2014, as Insurance Fraud Awareness Week in Virginia.
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Virginia State Police continue fight against insurance fraud

The Virginia State Police Insurance Fraud Program just released their 2013 Annual Report, which shows the number of notifications received for the crime of insurance fraud slightly increased, and the arrests for insurance fraud and other related crimes, such as arson, forgery and uttering are holding steady.
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Safety first for the holidays

While Virginians are preparing for the upcoming holidays – making lists, shopping the malls and quaint out-of the-way boutiques, or heading out to visit relatives – thieves and fraudsters are making their own special holiday plans to take advantage of preoccupied shoppers and travelers during the hustle and-bustle of the season.
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