6 in court for insurance fraud
The trinidad Guardian / Six people including an insurance claims analyst and a manager were placed on $1.8 million in bail after they appeared before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate yesterday charged with conspiracy to defraud Trinre insurance company.

Anthony Mohammed, 38, a claims adjuster of Cipero Road, Lengua employed with LA adjusters, Glenwyn Joseph, 38, of La Platte Village, Maraval, a claims officer employed with Massy United Insurance; Temika Toussaint, 31, of Ninth Street, Barataria, a former claims analyst at Trinre; Ricardo Ramdhanie, 30, an operations clerk at Southern Sales, San Fernando; garage owner Totaram Sookoo, 52, of Libertville, Rio Claro and Roomel Gangaram, a lorry driver of Railway Road, Rio Claro, appeared before Magistrate Christine Charles at the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court. Sookoo is the owner of Sookoo’s Garage at Rio Claro.

They were each charged with conspiracy to defraud Trinre Insurance of $151,000 by falsely pretending that a certain motor vehicle was damaged in a road accident. It is alleged that the accused submitted fraudulent claims for payment drawn from the account of Trinre Insurance.

Investigators led by Senior Supt Totaram Dookie, ASP Ken Ghiswayan, Sgt Francis, Cpl Badree, Cpl Bassarath and WPC Catherine O’Brian.

Each accused was granted $300,000 bail. The matter was adjourned to August 18.

6 in court for insurance fraud

Con Información de The trinidad Guardian


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