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Auto insurance fraud

We all know that auto insurance fraud is a serious problem in Canada. It costs honest drivers between $100 and $150 in additional premiums each year and $2 billion to the industry as a whole. At Aviva, we’ve been fighting fraud on behalf of our customers for over 25 years. We need your help to raise awareness about 

the issue.

Today, we’re proud to release our first online fraud report called Crash, Cash and Backlash – Auto Insurance Fraud in Canada. The report includes a national consumer survey on fraud, information about what consumers pay for auto insurance by province, and how fraud contributes to their premiums.

It also outlines what they can do to fight fraud, what to expect from insurers and the role of government representatives.
Note: the report is currently available in English. It will be available in French on December 4, 2017.
The truth of the matter is Canadians should be paying less for their auto insurance. Please read the report and share it with your customers. We’ll be releasing these fraud reports every year, so stay tuned for more insightful consumer data.
Help spread the word on social media
We’ll be sharing the report on social media, so please read and share our posts. 
If you want to share the report on your own social media account, here’s some content you can use. All you have to do is save the image to your desktop or mobile device and copy the message. For our broker partners in Quebec, we’ll have this content ready for you in French on December 4.


Twitter: Auto insurance fraud costs Canadians circa $2 billion/year. Aviva’s 2017 Fraud Report includes a customer survey & must-read insights. 
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2zL6331 #FightFraud #CdnPoli
Facebook/LinkedIn: Auto insurance fraud costs Canadians circa $2 billion a year. It’s time to fight back! Aviva’s first annual fraud report includes a consumer survey, average insurance premiums by province and must-read insights. 
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2zL6331

Let’s fight fraud together
We can visit your brokerage to give you more information about how you can help fight auto insurance fraud. If you’re interested, please speak with your Business Development Specialist or your Account Executive.

Please contact your Business Development Specialist or your Account Executive.