Life Insurance coverage Fraud

Life Insurance coverage Fraud 2022

Life Insurance coverage Fraud

Life Insurance coverage Fraud

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A wave of fraudulent claims swept through the rural villages of India’s northeast. Police crackdowns and Covid seemed to snuff them out—for a while, anyway.
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Amina Parbin was alone, sweeping the floor of her parents’ home, when a man arrived on a January day in 2017 with a file in his hands. He introduced himself as a life insurance investigator and began pulling out papers. A payout claim. A passport photo. A death certificate—her death certificate. “Did you know Amina?” he asked.
“I am Amina,” she responded, and “I am, in fact, alive.”

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