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Scam Warning: Unemployment Claim Fraud

A Guest Post by Shannon Slaughter, Banking Industry Anti-Fraud Professional

Shannon is a SCARS Advisory Board Member

I’ve had several folks reach out to me lately for advice on steps to take after they were notified of fraudulent unemployment claims.

The information on your state website likely has a checklist that advises notifying your (s) and the credit bureaus.

There is one very important thing missing from this list though: YOUR WIRELESS CARRIER.