Filed Under:Claims, Auto

Fake Claim, Fake Death, Real Arrest

If he could travel back in time with the 1981 DeLorean he purchased with monies falsely collected from his insurer, maybe Travis Magdalena Scott could save his future. That’s not going to happen, however.

Scott, 34, stole more than $11 million from Zurich North America, falsely claiming lightning destroyed supercomputers at his Minneapolis-based business Security Management Technologies. He spent the insurance money on luxury goods, including three airplanes, a $700,000 house, a $300,000 yacht, a 2008 BMW M5, and the 1981 DeLorean.

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