Andover, Mass. - CGI's special investigative unit (SIU) operating within Clarendon National Insurance Co. has concluded a probe that resulted in the arrest of four California residents. Six felony charges have been lodged in connection with a fraudulent auto theft claim that was filed with Clarendon.On March 1, 2006, California Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi announced the arrests and added: "These types of false claims cost all of us more in the form of higher insurance premiums. My department will continue to fight this fraud to help ensure a fair, affordable insurance system for all Californians."

"CGI's special investigative unit is firmly committed to working with us as business partners," said Joe Malikow, director of SIU operations for Clarendon. "CGI's professionalism, state-of-the-art technology, breadth of resources, and international flavor combine to provide us with the tools we need to succeed in combating insurance fraud."

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