George Armstrong, the newest member of ADD’s sales force, attended the Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee Annual Conference (FIFEC), on behalf of ADD on June 8-10, 2011. George was intrigued to learn that private investigators, police officers, insurance administrators and lawyers say that THE #1 website for auto fraud is Craigslist. A common scheme involves a criminal posting a sale listing for an expensive classic car (with pictures) on Craigslist. When potential buyer calls, the scammer explains that he has had overwhelming interest in the car, and if the caller really wants to buy the car, he will have to give the seller a deposit. Of course, the scammer collects the deposit from the would-be purchaser and disappears into the ether.