By now, we’ve all heard about the news that there’s an epidemic of fraud in the health care industry, a massive problem that is now the subject of a popular TV show.
The show, Better Call Saul, has shown that the insurance industry is full of scam artists, fraudsters and con artists who take advantage of the weak and vulnerable.
In this article, we’ll cover some of the basics of fraud, from the basics to how to avoid getting caught.1.
Fraud isn’t just about paying a higher deductible.
The average insurance agent has a $50,000 deductible.
That’s a lot of money, especially when you consider that the average person makes less than $20,000 a year.
It’s easy to imagine that most people don’t realize that a deductible of that amount is not a good idea for them.
They’re more likely to see their premiums skyrocket.
That means they’re less likely to purchase insurance.
The fact that so many people don´t realize this, is why we see so many fraudsters who work in the insurance field.2.
Fraudsters don’t just use the law to make money.
Many fraudsters also use social media to get their clients, their clients’ friends and their families involved.
The fraudsters may have their own websites and other tools, but they don’t take the time to create a professional and honest relationship with their clients.
In other words, they’re not professional at all.3.
Fraud is about power.
Insurance agents have power.
They can take money from their clients for services they perform and then use that money to enrich themselves.
When a client asks for more money, the agent can say, “I’ll do more work for you if you pay me.”
If the client is smart, they will always do so.
In fact, some insurance agents will offer to do the work for free if the client agrees to lower the deductible.4.
Fraudster tactics can be as simple as a scam.
If you want to protect yourself from fraud, you should be prepared to deal with it.
Here are some simple, effective and non-confrontational ways you can protect yourself:1.
Use a professional to protect you.
A reputable insurance agent can help you avoid getting scammed.
When your insurance agent does a professional review of your case, you will be more likely get the best deal.
A professional also can help get you paid if you’re getting paid to do their job, or to cover the costs associated with that work.2 and 3.
When you work in a field that requires your services, get professional help.
If a friend or family member is a fraudster, you can ask for a professional appraisal.
The insurance industry will also require you to take the exam.
However, if your friend or loved one is an agent, the exam may be harder.
A personal appraisal will only help you.4 and 5.
Be honest and upfront about your insurance experience.
It is easy to get caught up in the excitement of your new job, and to forget to be honest with your insurance company.
Your insurance agent or agent-in-training can help make sure you have a professional interview.6.
Know your limits.
Always be honest.
You should never lie on an insurance claim form.
Always ask your insurance carrier if there are any limitations on the amount of time that you can claim.
If there are, do not claim it until you’re sure.
Always check with your insurer to make sure they are not going to charge you more than what you are legally entitled to.
You can contact the Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, Wage & Hour, at 1-800-669-5669, or visit www.dol.gov.
If you have questions about a law, regulation or practice, call 1-866-872-7233.