Antique Khan, from Bradford posed as a broker between August and December 2011 when he made a total of £253,000 by convincing over 50 people to take out fraudulent insurance policies. The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department and West Yorkshire Police entered a confiscation order and Khan was sentenced at the Old Bailey in April 2014 to one year in Prison for the fraudulent policies. Later at Bradford Crown Court Khan was ordered to pay back £253,000 or face spending two years in prison.
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