Insurers’ predictions that, as a result of the volatile economy, consumer fraud would steadily increase, may cringe at the latest fraud-related stories—committed by agents—that are making headlines.

In South Florida, an insurance agent was arrested Thursday on charges that he falsified life insurance applications gaining nearly $2 million in commissions on death benefits totaling $78 million.

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