One of the cornerstones of insurance is the principle of solidarity, which is based on sharing the damage among a large number of people who are threatened by the same risk, and who, in some way, respond to it together.
Fraud is a direct attack against the principle of solidarity and has detrimental effects for both insurance companies and the policyholders themselves.
To remain confident that insurance companies are acting correctly and that assets are protected, it is important to fight together against insurance fraud.
What is insurance fraud?
Fraud includes all actions carried out by policyholders to obtain a benefit that does not correspond to them or, equally, unlawful acts carried out by insurance companies or mediators against their customers.