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Petty Insurance Fraud Claim?

apolo                                                  I was kind of shock when I read this article. This woman was driving a 2006 Mercedes-Benz and allegedly filed a false insurance claim in the total of $2,600. Really, now . . . $2,600 is not worth all the expense and trouble that comes with this foolishness. Now she has to pay an attorney, which is probably going to cost more than $2,600.00, then there is the  repayment to the insurance company, court charges, and fines, in addition to all her troubles . . . now she has a criminal record, which if the state allows expungement , she will not be able to get for many years.

The CrimeDiva today is Kimberly Grissett, 29, of Pleasant Hope, North Carolina. She was charged with one count of insurance fraud and one count of obtaining property by false pretense.

Ms. Grissett, allegedly attempted to file two insurance claim; one with GEICO, but she didn’t follow through with submitting the proper documentation, and then she filed with Perk Property and Casualty. She claimed her car was vandalized on her property . . . . Ms. Grissett, you should be reading CrimeDiva.  You would have known there is a central data bank that keep tracks of all claims whether followed-thorough or not, and that the insurance industry hires hundreds of investigators to follow-up on claims that sends up red flags.

The sad part about this is, Ms. Grissett was arrested, [did they go to her place of employment or home, either was a total embarrassment], and she had to post a $5,000 secured bond [cash or property].

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