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Jewelry Theft and Fraud Claim Trends

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The way Tonnie Tolliver told it to the police, he was at a Wisconsin ATM machine when he was the victim of an armed robbery. He told police that he had lost cash and jewelry valued at $5,080. Three days later, he filed a loss with his insurer claiming all his scheduled jewelry -- valued at $33,390 -- was stolen. The claim was paid.

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