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Old 11-25-2012, 11:59 PM
Darryl G Darryl G is offline
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Here's the deal. The first one the insurance company is likely to suspect of the theft is you...yes, you. You have the means and the financial motive to take the equipment, sell it, pocket the cash and then file a claim for it. I'm in no way saying that's the case, but that's the way they usually see it. If you haven't already filed a police report I would do that immediately. But it wouldn't surprise them that you'd file a false police report, since after all you're committing insurance fraud're the criminal, not the victim in their eyes. Sorry to say but this is how it usually works.
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