Insurer Zurich uses lie detectors to fight fraud


ZURICH, May 28 (Reuters) - Switzerland's Zurich Financial is using lie detection software on some customers in England to help unearth insurance fraud, it said on Friday, adding it had no plans to introduce the system in Switzerland. A Zurich spokesman said the insurer was using fraud-busting voice analysis software in a pilot project in call centres in England that handle claims for two policy categories, including motor insurance in which fraud is particularly prevalent. "Fraud is an ...

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