Report fraudulent insurance claims and help keep insurance premiums affordable!

Do you know of someone who is submitting fraudulent insurance claims? Do you know that you can help yourself, other insured clients and the industry by reporting these fraudulent claims  – and that you can do so anonymously?

The Arrive Alive website received the following email from a visitor”

Question:

I would like to report a fraudulent claim which has been put through insurance. It has either been processed or still in the process of being put through. I have both details of the accident and pictures as well. Whom should i contact with the full details?

Answer:

It is best to report these fraudulent claims to the South African Insurance Crime Bureau via their website at http://www.saicb.co.za/

From this page you will be taken to the Deloitte Tip-offs Anonymous Page. Here you can find all your questions answered as well as some important other information on this mechanism for the reporting of insurance fraud:

“Deloitte Tip-offs Anonymous is a unique and innovative solution to dishonesty, fraud and other inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
We are a completely independent, confidential whistleblowing hotline service operating 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re an employee, customer, supplier, manager or shareholder. Now you can report fraud and inappropriate activities in an organisation in a safe, confidential and secure way.
Tip-off information can be given to us by e-mail, fax, freepost or by phoning the toll-free 0800 number assigned to the organisation. Alternatively you can complete the Tip-off form on the website.

Deloitte Tip-offs Anonymous is a unique and innovative solution to dishonesty, fraud and other inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
We are a completely independent, confidential whistleblowing hotline service operating 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re an employee, customer, supplier, manager or shareholder. Now you can report fraud and inappropriate activities in an organisation in a safe, confidential and secure way.
Tip-off information can be given to us by e-mail, fax, freepost or by phoning the toll-free 0800 number assigned to the organisation. Alternatively you can complete the Tip-off form on the website.”

For more on Insurance Fraud also view:

Where can we report insurance fraud in South Africa?

Insurance Fraudsters are getting caught and punished!!

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