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Unemployment Scams


The Oklahoma Employment Securities Commission (OESC) has reported that at least 3,800 fraudulent unemployment claims have been filed by scammers since mid-March of 2020. Unsuspecting businesses and workers who have not filed for unemployment are receiving letters from the OESC either at their homes or at the Human Resources office at their place of work. These letters contain a copy of the unemployment claim either made by a worker who still has a job or perhaps by a person who has never worked at that business. Scammers are attempting to claim unemployment benefits in someone else’s name...

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