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is this insurance fraud/ illegal/ wrong?

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by tktouch12, Sep 26, 2010.

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    i dropped my phone (dinc) 18 feet onto a wood floor and the screen is cracked so bad it is all dark besides a little area where there are random faint colors.

    i have insurance so i can get a new one, but i have to pay $90 (obviously). would it be wrong/illegal/bad to say i lost it instead and try to sell my old one for a little money on ebay? (for parts obviously)

    if thats bad i guess i wont do it, but does asurion/vzw ask for my destroyed phone back?

    thanks
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    This would be Insurance Fraud


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    For your own protection, I'm closing the thread. Discussing whether or not something is insurance fraud is highly flammable. And anyway, you really do know the answer.
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