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Stratagems and Conspiracies to Defraud Life Insurance Companies: An Authentic Record of Remarkable Cases

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Stratagems and Conspiracies to Defraud Life Insurance Companies is a fascinating look into the world of insurance fraud. Charles C. Bombaugh delves into several remarkable cases where individuals have attempted to scheme their way into financial gain through fraudulent insurance claims.

The author's attention to detail and thorough research is evident throughout the book, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the tactics used by these schemers. Each case is presented in a clear and concise manner, making it easy to follow the intricate web of deceit that these individuals wove.

What makes this book particularly compelling is the insight it provides into the lengths that some people will go to in order to defraud insurance companies. The author's writing style is engaging and keeps the reader captivated from start to finish.

Overall, Stratagems and Conspiracies to Defraud Life Insurance Companies is a must-read for anyone interested in the world of insurance fraud. Charles C. Bombaugh has crafted a thorough and thought-provoking book that sheds light on a dark and often overlooked aspect of the insurance industry.

Book Description:
A thorough treatise on different ways people have tried to defraud life insurance companies, with many entertaining examples.

The present . . . volume is . . . commended as a trustworthy record to those for whose use and reference it is primarily intended—life insurance companies and agents, medical examiners, insurance lawyers, and medico-legal experts. . . . [It] is not confined to the exposure of the cunning contrivances and artifices of this class of schemers and plotters; it includes picturesque views of detection and punishment; of the determined efforts of the companies, at whatever cost, to run them down; of the machinery of courts of justice; of the gloom of the prison cell; of the dark outlines of the scaffold. The cases in this book are for the most part more suggestive or instructive to detective agencies than to conspirators. . . . These narratives also show that no community has a monopoly of the piratical adventurers who thus prey upon beneficent institutions. They are of all nationalities as well as of both sexes, and everywhere alike "to no code or creed confined." - Summary by TriciaG and from the Preface

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