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Old 06-25-2011, 04:40 AM   #6101
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if I took out an insurance policy on myself and faked my own death, how hard would it be to collect on that.
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if I took out an insurance policy on myself and faked my own death, how hard would it be to collect on that.
I guess you could request to be buried with the money... then escape?
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Old 06-25-2011, 04:57 AM   #6103
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Possibly you should establish a fake identity to name as beneficiary. A cousin or something? If this works I expect 10% for my contribution. Make it at least a $50 million policy. Thanks.
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They'll get you when you endorse the check.


In a serious note, where do you think retired homicide detectives go to work? Yep- insurance company fraud investigation. They only hire the ones that have more teeth than a pit bull.
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Old 06-25-2011, 05:10 AM   #6105
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If this works I expect 10% for my contribution. Make it at least a $50 million policy. Thanks.
I cant get a policy for 50 mil. but i will cut you in on the gas money for running supplies to my backwoods hideout

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RU kidding? The reward money is more than that!
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I have a preban spoon with the serial numbers ground off. How much trouble would I get in?
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Just as much as you want once we name the Spoon Czar!
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Actually, that is a spork. Sporks were imported as part of the "Don't ask don't tell" program.
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I thought it was Operation Spoonrunner?
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