How does financial crime impact me?
Here's an example of how financial crime is affecting consumers, like you, right now.
People buy insurance to protect themselves, the people close to them and the things they love. But when insurance fraud is committed this will have an impact on insurance companies as they could have to increase customer premiums. It damages consumer finances and their confidence in financial service providers.
That’s why we have a dedicated financial crime team who help us to take care of our members and customers by investigating all suspicions of financial crime. Once the team have investigated, and gathered evidence, we report our findings to the police and other law enforcement agencies.
The organisations we work with are:
We do our best to protect all our members and customers, and their finances, but anyone can be a victim of financial crime at any time, so being alert and knowing how to protect yourself is vital.
Do you suspect fraud?
If you have an LV= policy and are worried that you have, or have almost, been a victim of fraud please email us straight away [email protected]
If you don't have an LV= policy, you can report your financial crime suspicions to the national independent Insurance Fraud Bureau or call their Cheat Line on 0800 422 0421.
Don’t just ignore it. Even if it turns out you haven’t been a victim of fraud we’re here to help.