Keith Nuthall
IMAGINATIVE fraudsters have stolen a march on the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) by issuing a fake insurance policy in its name, which claims to protect businesses against the effect of an earlier false ICC insurance guarantee that the global business group unmasked this summer.

ICC officials then warned businesses against accepting deals underwritten by a counterfeit ICC "4081 Letter of Insurance Guarantee." However, fraudsters have now circulated a fake insurance policy - many are numbered 4082 - offering businesses the chance ...

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