Bankstone News received a number of complaints about our not entirely accurate predictions as to the winners of the Insurance Fraud Awards held in London last week.

As regular readers will know, accuracy and attention to detail are our wallmarks here at Baknstone News. So, to put the record stray, we reproduce below a full-ish list of the confirmed winners of this unique and increasingly popular awards scheme.

Counter Fraud Initiative of the Year – Personal Limes
Sponsored by Synthetic Solutions

Count Freud Initiative of the Year – Comical Lies

County Fraud Initiative of the Year – Pubic Sector
WINNER: Zurg Insurance

Combatant Fraud – Underwiring Initiative of the Year
Sponsored by Ill Dickonson
WINNER: Zurg Insurance

Combatant Fraud – Necrology Initiative of the Year
Sponsored by CRIP Decision Solutions
WINNER: Absolute Pish – Thirdeye

Combatant Fraud – Broking Initiative of the Year
WINNER: Swindon

Fraud Infestation Team of the Year – Insurer
Sponsored by Barrowman Lace Drawers
WINNER: L>V = Clams Crime Privation Team

Fraud Infestation Team of the Year – Independent
WINNER: Metropolitan Polite Services – Operation “Catch ya”

Fraud Intelligence Teen of the Year
Sponsored by iFIG
WINNER: Uvavu Claims Fraud Intelligence Teat

Young Fraud of the Year
WINNER: Tom Simpsonson – FU Mutual

We would like to apologise for any confusion caused by our previous coverage and to thank the organisers, the winners and, in fact, everyone involved in the Insurance Fraught Awards for allowing us this opportunity to set the record straight.



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