Which State is Worst For Auto-Related Fraud?

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June 2, 2021—A new report, based on complaints to the Federal Trade Commision, found Nevada was the worst state for auto-related fraud in 2020, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported. 

The Tampa-based insurance price comparison website Clearsurance compiled the report, which analyzed the different ways auto-related scams are victimizing consumers. 

Delaware and Florida were the second and third worst states for fraud, the report said. Massachusetts reported the lowest number of complaints—15 per 1 million residents, followed by Kansas (73 per 1 million) and Rhode Island (76 per 1 million).

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