Veenendaal optician suspected of hundreds of false declarations: ‘This makes insurance more expensive’

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According to P., the sixty percent false declarations are “absolutely” untrue. According to him, the research was guiding and often he only wanted to help customers. According to him, a woman who also had glasses declared in the names of her children who did not even wear glasses had asked for them herself. Her son, who did wear glasses, wore out a lot of glasses while trampolining or because his brothers and sisters had sat on them, says the optician.