Sat, 22 Sep 2012 1:08p.m.
Adam Feeley is urging people to report fraud in Christchurch.
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24/09/2012 1:39:39 p.m.
@Longtack. Insurance companies are some of the worst fraudters - they take people's money year after year and when people need help they find 101 excuses why not to pay out. Remember the case of Dr Linda Peeno re the US health insurance industry. SHOCKING. Fraud works both ways and insurance companies need to look at themselves, with all the dirty tricks they pull on vulnerable people.
24/09/2012 8:01:30 a.m.
My first job was in the insurance industry, and 70% of claims had an element of fraud. One is either honest or not - and most people are dishonest. If they see a way to make money for free then most will make the most of the opportunity. The previous two passionate are off-topic and wrong.
22/09/2012 9:40:26 p.m.
Maybe start with EQC and the corrupt inspectors they bought over from Australia, then go onto the thieving Corporate Fletchers for trying to rip off local tradies. The biggest fraud is being committed by the Government.
22/09/2012 7:26:09 p.m.
govt oppression wrote:
Another witch hunt by a govt agency. So we have had ACC victimizing and exiting claimants through jacked up medical reports (isn't that GOVT fraud????) TO CUT COSTS, then we've had Paula Bennett hitting out at beneficiaries TO CUT COSTS, then we've had Hekia Parata taking an axe to Chch kids, parents and teachers TO CUT COSTS, and now we have the SFO wanting people to become govt informers TO CUT COSTS! Where does it end?
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