Utah life insurance scam involved a man murdering his wife

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Conrad Truman has been accused of killing his wife in order to receive her benefits payouts. A man has been charged with a vicious form of Utah life insurance fraud that involved murdering his wife in order to be able to collect on her policy benefits of over $800,000. The man cried over her body in the hospital but was then said to be acting strangely and obstructed justice. After Conrad Truman killed his wife for her Utah life insurance, Heidy, a victim advocate reported that his behavior, attitude, and…

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Life insurance payout behind woman’s intention to kill her husband

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A mother of two in England hired a hit man to murder her husband so that she could claim on his policy. In East Yorkshire, England, a 36 year old woman named Lisa Fairpo has been accused of hiring a man to kill her husband so that she would be able to collect on his massive life insurance policy. The intention was to murder her husband so that she would be able to use the payout to avoid bankruptcy. The case is now before the court and has revealed that…

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Life insurance claim behind a murder in New York

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A man in the state has admitted to killing his son in order to collect on the $700,000 policy. A man in upstate New York has now admitted that he deliberately killed his son in a scheme to be able to allow him to collect on a life insurance policy that would pay him $700,000. The man quite suddenly admitted that he crushed his son under a truck in order to receive the payout. The guilty plea came from Karl Karlsen in a second degree murder case. It was put…

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Life insurance awareness in Iraq remains low

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Despite the high level of violence in the country, many Iraqi people lack knowledge about the coverage. Even though there are hundreds of Iraqi people who die every month as a result of the violence that still plagues the nation, there remains a lack of awareness regarding life insurance throughout the population. It is believed that the lack of awareness is the primary reason that people are not covering their lives. According to the state-owned Iraq Insurance Company’s general manager, Sadiq Abdul Rahman, who reports directly to the Ministry of…

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Life insurance fraud culprits caught faking death

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A family has been accused of making false claims on a number of policies totaling over $1 million. A former resident of Toronto, Canada, was discovered living in California after having made claims on several life insurance policies in his name half a decade ago, allowing his family to collect. This fraud against the insurers racked up payouts of over $1 million for the individual’s family. The fraudsters took out a number of life insurance policies on the man and then faked his death so that they would be able…

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Life insurance recovery reaches $1.1 billion

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New York regulators have said that by July 10, the nationwide investigation has already been very successful. According to regulators in New York, the investigations that have been going on nationwide have already resulted in the recovery of over $1.1 billion in unclaimed life insurance benefits. Previously, insurers had not been using available lists in order to discover recent deaths that had occurred. The Department of Financial Services in New York explained that many life insurance companies were failing to consult with the Social Security Administration lists of recent deaths…

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Life insurance law in Vermont drives insurers to pay

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Companies in the state were not adequately seeking beneficiaries are now paying out. Auditors in Vermont have determined that many of the life insurance companies in the state were not being adequately aggressive to seek out the beneficiaries of policyholders that had died, and steps have now been taken to remedy that trend. This has meant that many beneficiaries were not receiving the payments that were due to them. A number of large life insurance companies in Vermont, such as Lincoln Financial, Prudential, and AIG, have each reached settlements with…

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