This Sounds Like A Pretty Dumb Idea For Insurance Fraud

Here is a story about an insurance agent who allegedly committed fraud by writing wads of policies for people who never talked to the agent and never asked for the policies.  To keep the unwitting policyholders from getting the paperwork and raising questions, she wrote down bogus addresses.   Among the return addresses of the policyholders: the agent’s own address.  I also like the recurrent theme of failing to sell any policies during office hours but then coming in the next morning with 20 new policies.  No way anyone could figure out a scheme like that.

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