Report: Stolen Health Insurance Credentials Fetch Up to $1,800 on Online Black Market

Stolen health insurance credentials sell for up to $1,800 on the online black market to buyers intending to commit insurance fraud, according to a report in SC Magazine.

Known as "Kitz," complete packages of not only the patient's identifying information and health insurance details but also bank account information and physical identification documents, including driver's licenses, sell for up to $1,300, plus up to $500 in rush and other fees, according to the report.

Packages containing only electronic data, known as "Fullz," sell for around $500, according to the report.

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