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  • Roofing Scams? “Hail” yes!
    Consider these tips to make sure you don’t get blown away by fraud. […]
  • Workers Comp Fraud Costs More Than $32 Billion Every Year
    Scammers get caught through surveillance, social media monitoring, or medical provider records. Don’t try it. […]
  • Insurance Scammers & Cybercrime: On the Rise
    Awareness is your best defense against insurance scammers and hackers who want to steal your information. Most cybercrimes involve identity theft. Criminals steal personal information to hack accounts and access funds. Identity theft can lead to insurance fraud. Here are come common scams. […]
  • Telemedicine: Safe Steps for Patients
    Covid-19 is spurring telemedicine growth. Plan ahead, stay alert, and be aware of costly scams. […]
  • Fraud Awareness: 5 Ways to Stay Safe
    Stay alert to insurance scams year-round. Get the most out of your insurance policies. Be safe, know the warning signs — and report scams. […]
  • Don’t Stimulate Fraud
    Economic stimulus payments arriving now from the federal government are an enticing target for scammers. They have many too-good-to-be-true methods for taking your money. […]
  • Senior Alert: COVID-19 Scams Spreading
    Seniors have a higher risk of contracting COVID-19, and scammers are preying on those fears. […]
  • COVID-19 and Medical ID Cyber Fraud
    Hackers want your medical ID, Social Security number, and other sensitive personal information so they can bill your insurance for fake treatments and procedures. Don’t let them get it. […]
  • COVID-19 and Workers Comp Fraud
    As employers and employees are getting used to new work arrangements, it’s important to consider how they relate to workers compensation insurance. […]
  • Beware of COVID-19 Car Insurance Scams
    The Utah Insurance Department’s Fraud Division is cautioning Utah drivers about potential car insurance fraud that may take place during the current health crisis. […]