The insurance company deposited monei into my account to auto claim. I paid bills instead of fixing the car. Is this considered insurance fraud and can I be punished
No. If you kept the car spending it is your business.
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No. It is not considered insurance fraud if you kept the car and decided not to fix it.
They paid you for the damage to your property. What you do with the money is your choice.
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