From our Oklahoma Attorney General, Mike Hunter.
If you are getting fraudulent unemployment fraud claims (like I have been) please don’t just throw them away, you have to take
action to keep them from stealing benefits and raising your unemployment taxes.
Attention business owners. If you learn unemployment benefits have been fraudulently filed in your name or in association with
your business, you first need to stop the claim by contacting OESC’s fraud team at email@example.com.
Next, please submit the Unemployment Fraud Form on the OAG website to allow law enforcement investigation into the bogus claim.
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