Why Americans Ignore a Crime that Costs Plenty
Americans have a mixed attitude toward insurance fraud. Some ignore it. Some support it. Some even commit it. But the bottom line is it costs $80 billion per year, according to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. That’s enough to buy three million new cars. Launch 62 space shuttle missions. Or feed breakfast to nearly 50 million people—for a year.
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