MOSCOW, April 17 – RIA Novosti. First of all, this is too low a price – it is the opportunity to pay below market value that scammers attract consumers, Viktor Alekseev, Deputy General Director of IC Max, tells the Prime agency. “It should be borne in mind that the answers to your questions are:“ Why so cheap? “They have prepared in advance. This is an allegedly reduced base rate specially for them, and the use of part of their remuneration from the insurer to reduce the cost,” the expert notes.
Another sign is extremely remote communication. If you call the insurance company or visit its website, you can learn a lot of interesting things. For example, the real price of the policy is higher, and the one who tries to “sell” you cheap stuff is a fraudster without a power of attorney and license.
The easiest way to verify the authenticity of the policy is on the PCA website in the verification section. It can be done by the number of the policy or the license plate of the car.
According to Alekseev, it helps to reveal completely unexpected things. For example, the policy form is genuine, but in the PCA database, instead of an expensive car, a tractor is listed as insured. This means that the unscrupulous agent put the difference in his pocket.