“Ageas wholeheartedly supports the 'Ghost broking awareness campaign' organised by the police, the insurance industry and Crimestoppers. Too many young drivers are being conned by criminals selling fabricated insurance policies or policies using counterfeit information. The premiums are often too good to be true so young people are lured into signing up. What they won't know is that the policy is not worth the paper it's written on and they are driving around uninsured. Not only will they be liable for costs relating to any accidents they're involved in, they've lost the money they paid to the ghost broker, they could face fines and a criminal record and their car could be impounded by the police. Let's all try and stamp out this fraudulent activity by helping our customers and young drivers become more aware. For help in checking and identifying a ghost broker visit www.getarealdeal.co.uk