Auto insurance fraud costs Canadians billions annually

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is highlighting that everyone can play a role in limiting the costs of auto insurance fraud.

“Auto insurance fraud is a serious crime that costs Canadians billions of dollars each year,” said Garry Robertson, National Director, Investigative Services, IBC. “It’s an illegal, organized big business, largely unknown to consumers, that siphons resources away from our health care system, ties up our emergency services and courts, and drives up insurance costs.”

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.