Report Fraud for Employers
Any misrepresentation of information regarding a claim for unemployment benefits could be fraud! The most common instances of fraud are purposely miscommunicating the reason for separation from an employer, not reporting employment, underreporting earnings during a benefit week, refusing to return to work, or working under the table. Federal and State Law provide for serious consequences for fraudulent cases including fines, confinement, and an inability to receive future unemployment benefits.
If you suspect that an employee is committing fraud, you should contact WorkForce West Virginia: