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  • Georgia insurance commissioner offers details about $500,000 auto insurance fraud ring in Columbus

    Twenty-six people have been linked to an auto insurance fraud ring centered in Columbus that attempted to collect more than $500,000 in payouts through false claims, Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens announced Wednesday.

Twenty-six people have been linked to an auto insurance fraud ring centered in Columbus that attempted to collect more than $500,000 in payouts through false claims, Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens announced Wednesday. Sarah Robinson srobinson@ledger-enquirer.com
Twenty-six people have been linked to an auto insurance fraud ring centered in Columbus that attempted to collect more than $500,000 in payouts through false claims, Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens announced Wednesday. Sarah Robinson srobinson@ledger-enquirer.com

Warrants issued for 26 accused in $500,000 insurance fraud scheme in Columbus

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