As the IFB warns new and younger drivers about bogus car insurance policies, Insurance Times finds out what this means for the industry
Financial hardship and a large influx of new drivers getting set to pass their tests will provide “fertile ground” for ghost broker scammers, the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) expects.
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