@ Georgesplane- Your advice about getting certification is good advice. Insurance fraud investigation is a competitive field. There are many qualified candidates for these jobs, so anything a candidate can do to gain an edge is important. Candidates with certificates offer employers reassurance that they are hiring candidates with high ethical standards.
Gaining a certificate is much more than simply passing a test. Being certified requires proper educational history, excellent references, and a rigorous testing process that covers many different areas of fraud examination. The examination covers:
1) Methods to prevent fraud.
2) What constitutes fraud.
3) What types of transactions are fraudulent.
4) Where to acquire data when investigating fraud.
Certified candidates are ready for the job with little or no training.