Jersey City taxi operators charged with insurance fraud after 4-month investigation

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Three Jersey City taxi operators were charged with insurance fraud after a four-month investigation by the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit.

Aziz Ibrahim, Michael Ibrahim, and Theresa Ibrahim. Photo courtesy of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Yesterday, the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit arrested three operators of multiple taxi businesses in Jersey City in connection with an insurance fraud scheme after a four-month investigation uncovered they were operating with uninsured and unregistered vehicles and drivers.

Aziz Ibrahim, 63, of Jersey City, was charged with second-degree insurance fraud in and conspiracy to commit insurance fraud.

Michael Ibrahim, 23, of Jersey City, was charged with conspiracy to commit insurance
fraud and perjury, while Theresa Ibrahim, 47, of Jersey City, was charged with two counts of third-degree insurance fraud.

The taxi companies operated by the Ibrahims include A1 City Corp., 4M Enterprises Inc. and AAA City Bergen Inc. utilizing phone numbers (201) 433-6100 and (201) 432-1111.

During the investigation, which included undercover airport rides by law enforcement, it was discovered that vehicles being dispatched by these companies were not legally insured and that the vehicles were being driven by unregistered drivers.

None of these companies had any vehicles that were lawfully registered with the City of Jersey City.

The investigation remains ongoing and anyone with any relevant information regarding these companies or individuals is asked to contact the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit at (201) 795-6400, ext. 6634.

All information will remain confidential.

Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez credited the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office and the Jersey City Police Department for the investigation and arrest.

The three defendants are scheduled to make their first appearance in Hudson County Superior Court on Tuesday, September 14th.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I found it to be not real as a former cab driver in east orange and newark. Nj to accuse a none register taxi as insurance fraud whereby many peoples drove car without any insurance all the times. I believed that they are guilty of utilized the car unregistered since it was difficult to do any kind of paper work due ti covid not insurance fraud as,accused.

  2. I had an accident with my daughter and the other driver who hit me does not have insurance many people in New Jersey do not have insurance Unfortunately the other driver have commercial van no insurance.

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