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It has been revealed that travellers who ventured to India and Spain during the first six months of this year have topped the ranks in fraudulent travel insurance claims, according to an investigation carried out by CEGA Group Services. The independent claims management and medical assistance company found that 40 per cent of fraudulent travel claims unearthed between January and July were submitted by individuals travelling to India and Spain. CEGA's special investigations manager Simon Cook said that lost baggage and cash were top of the list of scam claims from these destinations, but reassured visitors to these popular travel spots that they should not be afraid of being treated as a criminal if they needed to make a claim.

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