How to Fight and Report Insurance Fraud
Insurance fraud is one of the most costly white-collar crimes in America, second only to tax evasion. It affects every citizen of our state in an immediate and substantial way.
While shoplifting costs the retail industry approximately $13 billion each year, insurance fraud is estimated to cost $100 billion. In both instances, the crimes translate into higher costs for everyone. Insurance researchers estimate that every U.S. household pays $200 to $300 a year in higher premiums in order to offset fraudulent claims.
- What is Fraud?
- How to Report Insurance Fraud
- How to Avoid Becoming a Victim
- The Insurance Commissioner's Anti-Fraud Division
Check to see if your Insurance Agent or Company is licensed in the state of Kansas.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) also provides an online fraud reporting system for consumers.
Fake insurance policies are scams designed to steal your money. Fighting fake insurance is simple. "Stop. Call. Confirm." before you buy.
Insurance Fraud, The Crime You Pay For