EDD Fraud

EDD Fraud

The Employment Development Department reports more than 30,000 addresses in the state were targets of potential unemployment insurance fraud according to a report by CBS News. For example, a $78 million Bel Air mansion recently placed on the market for sale had 479 claims associated with it and an address down the street was associated with 322 claims. One of the most egregious examples of EDD fraud involved 5,769 individual claims associated with a single address in Los Angeles. In another reported case in Canyon Country a recently listed home was tied to claims involving 114 different social security numbers; and in October, a Riverside woman was arrested and charged in a similar EDD fraud scheme. According to the EDD, perpetrators are using stolen identities to apply for benefits in victims’ names. If you suspect EDD fraud, report it online via a secure connection at www.edd.ca.gov or call the EDD toll-free Fraud Hotline at 1-800-229-6297.  To learn more about how to protect yourself from EDD fraud follow this link.

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