Billions of people are active on social media these days—and they tend to share more, rather than less. This means insurance fraud investigators have a tremendous resource at their disposal when investigating claims—provided they know how to use it effectively. This white paper examines:
- The rise of social media and what it means for insurance fraud
- Examples of common fraud cases involving social media
- How to effectively collect evidence during an investigation
- How to generate social media evidence that is defensible in court
Download the paper to learn how you can use social media to collect valuable evidence, without being overwhelmed by the amount of content available online.