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Reporting Fraud: Employers

Thank you for taking the time to report possible unemployment fraud. Your assistance is invaluable as we work to ensure that the state’s unemployment funds are directed to the people who need them most.

A few tips to consider when filling out a form:

  • Please include as much accurate information as possible. The full name, (rather than nick name) best known address and date of birth are vital pieces of data in helping to track down offenders.
  • When reviewing the form, know that some of the content is required.
  • You may be contacted during the investigation of the case, so providing an email address is strongly encouraged. Your identity will be kept confidential within the confines of the law.
  • Please enter your contact information to ensure that we are able to locate the individual you are reporting, and are able to address all issues pertaining to your report. Your identity will be kept confidential within the confines of the law.

Choose a potential fraud scenario from the options below:

Report a person who is receiving UI benefits but declined a job offer from your company.

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Report that your employer account is being charged for employees who do not work for you.

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Report someone receiving UI benefits at the same time they were incarcerated.

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Report someone collecting UI benefits but is actually not able and available to work due to illness or injury or vacation, etc.

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Report an employee who is currently working and receiving UI benefits.

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Equal Opportunity is the Law. (La Igualdad De Oportunidad Es La Ley.)
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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