Online Anti-Fraud Training Courses From WebCE

Fraud is serious issue in many industries, but it can be most serious in the insurance industry. Learning to detect insurance fraud can protect you and your company against the monetary and reputation effects of fraud. Insurance fraud training from WebCE® will protect you and your firm against insurance fraud by teaching you the basics of insurance fraud, how fraud and thefts are investigated, and how to identify the red flags of insurance fraud. Our anti-fraud training courses cover a variety of topics, including:
  • Fundamental Principles of Insurance Fraud
  • Property/Liability Fraud
  • Fraudulent Fire Claims
  • Auto Theft Fraud
  • Workers' Compensation Fraud
  • and more!
Our online training courses are even approved for continuing education credits!

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Fraud Prevention Training Solutions from WebCE

Fraud is a serious problem, and it accounts for 20% of the claims costs for every one out of three insurers. The principle way to combat this waste is by detecting fraud before claims are paid — one of the many reasons why anti-fraud training and fraud prevention training are so important for insurers and their employees.

Some form of anti-fraud training is also required in nearly 20 states. Along with D.C., states that require some form of anti-fraud training for insurance employees include California, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, and Washington. Other states may have additional requirements relating to fraud prevention in place to help protect against fraudulent claims.

Map of states that require some form of anti-fraud fraud prevention training

GREEN = States requiring some form of anti-fraud training


Whether your state requires anti-fraud training for insurance employees or not, know that training in fraud prevention and detection is not only smart, it saves your company money.