At the head of a vast traffic of fake green car insurance stickers, an influencer arrested for scam

This is the story of a massive scam. A 24-year-old man, who is also an influencer on social networks, is accused of selling numerous fake green car insurance stickers.

He thought he had found the right vein to fool the police. A 24-year-old young man, also an influencer on the internet, was at the head of a traffic of green car insurance stickers.

As revealed by Le Parisien, the accused acted with three accomplices to produce and sell more than a thousand dummy certificates for around fifty euros each. Among them, an employee of an insurance group who had managed to steal insurance certificates.

A widespread phenomenon

“This is a phenomenon much more important than we think, entrusted a police officer to our colleagues. Many young people drive with these junk stamps on their windshield and manage to escape traffic checks.

As Moneyvox points out, the Compulsory Damage Insurance Guarantee Fund (FGAO) estimates that more than 750,000 cars (excluding two-wheelers), or 2% of the car fleet, circulate without insurance.

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