An AXA insurance employee has been convicted of stealing customer data and selling it to a claims management company.

Shane Jerman was taking photographs of customer data and sending them via WhatsApp to his co-defendant Stuart McGill. Investigators found that Jerman was sending McGill roughly 100 lines of data to him each week. In Return, McGill was sending payments of up to £650 to Jerman.

According to The City Of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED), which worked closely with AXA during the investigation, Jerman and McGill made approximately £18,250 between them.

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It was one of the busiest weeks of the year for Eurotunnel but travellers were left frustrated when their holidays got off to a bad start.

Massive traffic jams formed on the M20 near Folkestone, in Kent, with drivers Deserting cars to seek shade, on the hottest day of the year. Some passengers reported seeing a mum holding a child, faint in the heat in the packed terminal, as temperatures in cars reached 39C. Eurotunnel staff resorted to opening a fire hydrant so children and pets could cool off, as drivers complained they had no access to water.

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Praetorian Legal are now authorised and regulated by the Ministry of justice

Who they are :
* one of the largest government departments, employing around 70,040 people (including those in the Probation Service), with a budget of approximately £9 billion.
* Each year, millions of people use our services across the UK – including at 500 courts and tribunals, and 133 prisons in England and Wales.
They work to protect and promote the interests of consumers and the public, and to ensure that the firms they regulate understand and comply with the conditions of their authorisation.

Claims Management Regulator
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