Insurance fraud can encompass any suspicious, fraudulent and/or illegal activity committed against AIG and related to AIG’s business. The most common types of suspicious activity and insurance fraud schemes are: claims fraud; underwriting/application fraud; provider fraud; premium fraud; producer / broker fraud and employee fraud.
Toward that end, AIG's Global Investigative Services maintains a Special Investigative Unit (SIU) consisting of a significant number of fraud investigators who are geographically dispersed and highly skilled at handling reports of suspicious insurance activity. The SIU investigates referrals, tips and leads as appropriate, and makes reports of suspected fraud to the authorities, as required, for further government investigation and potential prosecution. AIG takes its responsibility as a partner in this overall fight against insurance fraud very seriously. These anti-fraud efforts are designed to safeguard AIG’s corporate assets, preserve the Company’s reputation, improve deterrence of fraud in the industry, and generally benefits our customers and the public.
Any person who suspects that Insurance Fraud against AIG is occurring, has occurred or will occur, should report the matter to AIG’s Global Investigative Services via e-mail to SIU@aig.com or call (in the U.S.) 1-866-228-2436. to the extent tips and referrals are received, AIG takes every possible measure to keep all e-mails and calls confidential. AIG appreciates your critical assistance in this fight against insurance fraud.