Insurance fraud

More about insurance scams like 'crash for cash' and 'ghost brokers'

Insurance fraud

  • Insurance fraud is when someone invents or exaggerates a claim, or doesn't tell the truth in order to receive a benefit or advantage that they are not entitled to or to get cheaper insurance cover.

How to avoid becoming a victim of financial crime

While financial crimes comes in many different forms, it's important to protect yourself as best you can.

  • To make sure you don't get caught out, you need to be prepared to spot the signs of fraud and cyber-crime to keep you and your money safe.

Cyber aware

  • Being a victim of a cyber-attack has many implications, so staying secure online is essential to protecting your personal identity and finances.

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.