Such an operation typically involves two cars driven by suspects who box in a victim’s car on a freeway, causing a collision. The scam participants then file fraudulent insurance claims for alleged injuries.
The Insurance Commissioner on Wednesday announced the arrest of the suspected ringleader of a major operation that has allegedly staged more than 60 swoop and squats over the past 18 months, bilking insurers and consumers out of $2 million to $3 million.
by Majik Fox August 12, 2006
A tactic used in gang stalking that generally uses two cars and/or distraction to try to create a car accident for insurance fraud. When driving, a car cuts you off to close the gap between you and the car in front. Then an accomplice in another car will abruptly cut the car in front of you off to make them stop abruptly. This fake situation is created with the intention of trying to make you rear end the car in front of you and make it look like you are at fault. Sometimes there may be a distraction to the side to try to make it more likely that you make hit the car in front. Insurance fraud.
Those stalkers tried to create an accident using the "swoop and squat" method to create a car accident to for insurance fraud.
by human lab rat July 20, 2014
When someone tries to steal someone else's girlfriend/boyfriend. Its called a swoop and squat and it can cost your insurance company thousands of dollars in damages.
by rohanstanford February 09, 2007