The number of people who lose their insurance claims when they try to use the wrong company to buy insurance has doubled since the ACA was passed, according to a new study from the insurance industry.

The average claim that is lost or cancelled by insurers every year has more than tripled, according the Insurance Information Institute.

Insurance claims dropped by a third in 2016 from 2015.

The new study found that insurance fraud is a serious problem.

The Institute has been tracking claims since 2011 and found that there were more than 5.2 million claims that were never filed in 2020.

It also found that in 2016, more than 1.1 million claims were never paid, according an update on the institute’s website.

While the institute didn’t quantify how much fraud is occurring, it said that the number of fraudulent claims has risen in the past two years, especially as people buy health insurance.

The report found that fraud is growing because of a new class of insurance companies, called “insurer brokers,” which offer cheaper insurance to people who buy policies on the ACA’s exchange.

These companies are allowed to buy policies in the exchange without paying the full premium, which typically runs between $5,500 and $6,000.

In 2016, insurers used brokers to sell health insurance policies in 27 states, according a Washington Post analysis.

The institute said the rate of fraud is increasing because of these brokers, and the law has not prevented insurance fraud.

Insurers have been forced to increase premiums and deductibles for policies sold on the exchanges because of the increase in fraud, according and the insurance companies are also using other means to discourage fraud, such as requiring insurers to keep records of claims, which is illegal.

The president has pledged to crack down on insurance fraud and said the federal government would reimburse states for fraud costs.