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Don't fall for a COVID-19 scam
Use these resources to protect yourself from pandemic-related fraud
Fraud reported in CO's unemployment insurance program
Fraudsters began targeting the state's UI program related to the COVID-19 pandemic last year, and have since moved on to attack the state's regular unemployment benefits system. Colorado is not unique, as similar reports are being made in states across the country.
Victims can report the fraudulent claim by going to:
Click on "Report Fraud"
Click on "You received unemployment paperwork or a Debit Card without claim"
Victims should also:
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American Bankers Association Consumer Connection
Citibank's Credit EDSM - Using Credit Wisely
Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Federal Reserve Education
Practical Money Skills for Life
Young Americans Center for Financial Education
Bankon Boulder County
Safe banking for seniors