In a down economy, everyone looks for new and different ways to make money, including criminals. Thus it should be no surprise that, according to our industry experts, insurance fraud is on the rise.

Obviously, more fraud is more costly to insurers and, in the end, more costly to insureds. Yet it seems that carriers are not responding to this threat with any kind of investment in anti-fraud technologies.

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