Maria Caceres an Indiana journey agent was sentenced final week to 30 months in federal jail following her conviction of wire fraud, to which she had beforehand plead responsible.
In accordance with courtroom data, the 56-year previous Caceres was employed by Seven Corners, a journey insurance coverage enterprise positioned in Carmel. Between Could 2011 and September 2016, Caceres ready and submitted thirty fraudulent insurance coverage claims to Seven Corners totaling greater than $650.000. As a part of the scheme, Caceres and her accomplices created fictitious names underneath which they bought insurance coverage insurance policies from the sufferer firm.
Caceres and her accomplices created false electronic mail addresses within the identify of a hospital in Venezuela and submitted claims to the sufferer firm for purported emergency medical providers offered to the fictional people throughout worldwide journey. The U.S. Division of Justice says none of those bills had been ever incurred and Caceres had created synthetic buyer accounts and false paperwork in help of the claims. Because of the fraud, the sufferer firm paid over $588,000 to accounts managed by Caceres’ accomplices.
Zachary A. Myers, U.S. Lawyer for the Southern District of Indiana and FBI Indianapolis Particular Agent in Cost Herbert J. Stapleton made the announcement.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation investigated the case. The sentence was imposed by U.S. District Decide Richard L. Younger. As a part of the sentence, Decide Younger ordered that the defendant be supervised by the U.S. Probation Workplace for one 12 months following her launch from jail. Caceres was additionally ordered to pay over $496,000.00 in restitution.
Supply: U.S. Division of Justice
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