Posted by LPL Risk Management on
Unemployment insurance fraud is spreading fast. Consumers should be aware that these criminals are taking auto insurance policies out in the names of unaware citizens and using the ID card for Identification to establish an unemployment insurance account. If you get a policy sent to you in your name that you didn’t take out or an unemployment claim notice that you didn’t file, you should take action immediately. Some things you should do include: Contacting the Unemployment Insurance Department, The insurance carrier that issued the insurance policy to cancel it, and an id protection service such as LifeLock, and the 3 major credit companies. Other action may be necessary.
Filed Under: Blog | Tagged With: auto insurance, id fraud, ID Protection, ID Theft, insurance, Unemployment Insurance