|By Amy Leigh Womack, The Macon Telegraph|
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The duo also filed fake supplemental claims that followed legitimate filings.
Once the phony claims were submitted, checks were issued to
Dixon and Scruggs each have been charged with 23 counts of insurance fraud and 23 counts of forgery, Allen said.
The fraud was discovered when a Nationwide policyholder contacted her agent after receiving a notice of a premium increase, he said.
Allen said 23 policyholders were affected and each has "been made whole."
Dixon was hired by
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