Masvingo and his two accomplices were sentenced to 420 hours of unpaid work by the trial court for attempting to Econet to repay $ 2,000 through his cover of EchoSure through fake death.
Thomson Chikwaku (24) The Winter Park and its two accomplices, Peter Mhasvi (35) and John Mamur (59), were convicted of attempting to scorn Econet's Ecosure Funeral Cover, a false statement that the father had gone past.
The trio made a fake village letter confirming that Chikwaku's father, who was alive, went to try to get the money from Ecosure Funeral Cover.
Masvingo judge Peter Madhibha was initially convicted of trio for 12 months behind the lattice.
Mr. Madhibha suspended three months of good behavior while the remaining nine months were suspended provided 420 hours of social services were provided by certain local institutions.
Chikwaku used his Econet line to register for a $ 2,000 EcoSure funeral cover. She added her father, Fungwadzaishe Chikwaku, as one of the users in January this year.
According to prosecutor Mr. Edmund Mapope, on August 2 this year, Chikwak and his associates signed a claim for the death of EcoSurea for his father who claims to have passed.