‘They know where the money is:’ Fraud could cost Florida homeowners, carriers billions

Nearly three dozen contractors with a criminal past have started a door-to-door campaign to Florida homes damaged by Hurricane Ian, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB).

NICB CEO David Glawe said his agents have already tracked 35 companies with a history of fraud operating in Florida and that number is expected to grow.

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“These are criminal enterprises,” Glawe said. “They know where the vulnerabilities are, they know where the money is.”

The target is

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