£500,000 'cash for crash' fraud trial starts at Carlisle court

£500,000 'cash for crash' fraud trial starts at Carlisle court
 

Four people have gone on trial accused of being part of a £500,000 “cash for crash” insurance fraud.
A jury at Carlisle Crown Court heard that the huge scam was masterminded by Carlisle man Mark McCracken, 47, who used numerous fake identities to lodge fraudulent insurance claims after imaginary crashes. He has already admitted fraud.
The case before the court involves four people accused of working with McCracken to lodge bogus claims, part of a series of 13 allegations involving insurance payouts of £239,000.
The value of the entire fraud was £500,000, said Mr Evans.
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12 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 59
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