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I would like to know if anyone agrees with me or if I'm completely off base and should just let it go.
The company I work for sells large trucks. Many (50+) were damaged in a hail storm with the only damage to the tops or the cabs. This damage is not readily noticeable unless you climb up and look across the cab. The company has got two estimates for repair and contacted the insurance company. Several of the trucks are already paid for and not technically owned anymore by the company and are only being stored for the customer until they need them. The company plans to take and pocket all insurance money for all trucks owned and not owned and ship trucks without telling the customer. Their plan if the customer calls to complain is that it must have happened in shipping. Does anyone feel this is possibly insurance fraud or possibly unethical as I do?  
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As an insurance claims person, I can tell you that if they have coverage they can make a claim no matter where the damage is or if they fix it or not- they paid premium. The issue that should raise the concern is if they lie to the customer and make another claim for damage in shipping. A lot of insurers have linked databases so this may be risky due to the potential of getting caught with the multiple claims on the same VIN.
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fix your attitude and things will get better .
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