Panellists at March’s Fraud Charter event agreed that fraudulent claims linked to home working were ’inevitable’ and that the rise in spoofing needs to be dealt with, either by the CMA or the Online Harms Bill
Despite there being very few currently, there could be an influx of working from home claims, according to Jeanette Newman, partner at Clyde and Co, and president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers speaking at March’s Insurance Times Fraud Charter.
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