Fraudulent Unemployment Insurance Claims

It has come to our attention that a few staff members have received communication related to Unemployment Insurance claims.  This correspondence appears to come from an official state agency and indicates that a claim has been initiated on their behalf.  It then instructs the recipient that if they feel the claim was made fraudulently, to log onto a website to input personal information needed to file a fraud report.  All those who have received this type of correspondence at this time, report that it has been in the form of a letter through the postal mail.

We have been in touch with several community partners and they have told us that this appears to be an attempt to gain people’s personal information and is happening all over the country, possibly because of the rise in numbers of Unemployment claims and the recent stimulus funds.  We want you to be aware of this scam. 

If you have received such correspondence, please contact Nancy Uber and we will offer some guidance and assistance.

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