Fraud Division

Toll-Free: (844) 373-0233

Insurance fraud occurs when individuals deceive an insurance company, agent or other person to try to obtain money to which they are not entitled. It happens when someone puts false information on an insurance application and when false or misleading information is given or important information is omitted in an insurance transaction or claim.

Insurance fraud is committed by individuals from all walks of life.

The Insurance Fraud Division (IFD) has prosecuted doctors, lawyers, chiropractors, car salesmen, insurance agents and other persons in positions of trust.

Anyone who seeks to benefit from insurance with inflated or false claims of loss or injury commits insurance fraud.

Insurance companies are now required to have and maintain an antifraud plan. Information is available here.

Contact the Division

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Report Insurance Fraud

Find out all the avenues for reporting fraud.
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Policy and Training Regarding Use of Force

Read the Fraud Division's policies regarding officer training and use of force.
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What is Insurance Fraud?

Learn more about what consitutes insurance fraud.
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Antifraud Plan

All insurers active in the state are required to have and maintain an antifraud plan.
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Fraud-related news and announcements from the Department.
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Fraud Multimedia

Short videos that portray different types of insurance fraud, and how they could happen to you.
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Fraud Related Utah Code Statutes

Links to the sections of Utah code that are related to fraud.
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Fraud Brochures

Brochures to help you understand some of the more common types of insurance fraud.
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