Multisector fraud specialists, Charles Taylor Specialist Investigation Services start filming this week for another series of BBC One’s Claimed and Shamed: the programme that casts a covert eye over the ever-growing problem of insurance fraud.
Adam Grady, Investigations Manager for Charles Taylor, will discuss cases of international fraud for the new series and enlighten BBC viewers on Charles Taylor’s extensive range of resources used to detect fraudulent claims. Among these are a network of global investigators and a multi-award-winning open source and social media investigation tool, Discovery.
Simon Cook, Charles Taylor’s Head of Specialist Investigation Services, comments, “Each series of Claimed and Shamed attracts as many as a million viewers, which gives us an excellent opportunity to increase consumer awareness about the severity of fraud, deter potential fraudsters and help protect insurers’ bottom lines.
“Our multisector global claims validation services are supported by our offices in 30 different countries, by technical specialists and by extensive technological expertise.”
The next series of Claimed and Shamed is expected to air on BBC One in the Autumn.
Read more about Charles Taylor Specialist Investigation Services here.