Former Allianz Insurance employees get suspended sentences for bribery offences

Terry Gangcuangco reports:

Three former Allianz Insurance employees and the two brothers who approached them to leak over 700 pieces of confidential customer data have been sentenced for bribery offences.

According to the City of London Police, the three were paid more than £7,000 for the leaked information, which was then passed to claims management companies. The data pertained to customers who had been involved in collisions.

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