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Reader feedback: Too much fraud

Re: One step ahead, By Marta Ďurianová, Volume 10, Number 45, November 22 - 28,2004

I suspected that the volume of fraud in Slovakia is quite high. This article states the insurance companies don't want to talk about fraud. Why? Fraud awareness and inclusion of fraud awareness through advertising would be an excellent way to get people involved. Insurance premiums are extremely expensive. Many people that worked hard to be able to afford their automobiles only carry liability because they can't afford coverage for their own vehicle. They have no idea why the insurance companies charge so much, and we all know how the insurance companies are perceived. Getting involved in societal marketing and promoting fraud awareness is the first step in fighting fraud. Please don't wait!

Lubica Mills,
Saratoga, NY, USA

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