Beware the cheap car insurance that’s too good to be trueIn their latest investigation Which found social media sites rife with ads for fake insurance. They seem professional, with reams of feedback from happy customers, so – as anyone would when getting any car insurance quote – you enter your details. Moments later you’re offered a price that undercuts everything else by hundreds of pounds.
Unfortunately, in this case, you might not be dealing with a real broker. The scam is known as ‘ghost broking’ – and it’s estimated to have put tens of thousands of motorists unwittingly onto the roads with fraudulent cover.
Read more about the Which latest research and how to spot ghost brokers on social media.