Report Unemployment Fraud by a Claimant
Please use this form to provide information to help reduce the number of unemployment fraud cases and hold guilty parties accountable.

CDLE endeavors to keep your personal information confidential. For this reason, your form will be processed whether or not you include your name and phone number. We, however, do require that you include your email address because during the course of our investigation, questions may arise. You need to know and understand that confidentiality cannot be guaranteed if a criminal investigation arises. Under the Colorado rules of discovery in the prosecution of an unemployment insurance fraud case, personal information, including the email address you supplied on this form, must be provided by CDLE’s Investigations and Criminal Enforcement unit. The law does not allow CDLE to make an exception for any person reporting such fraud.

To ensure a successful and thorough investigation, you should provide as much detail as possible about the alleged fraud when completing this form.

Violator's Information
Please provide information about the person suspected of committing unemployment insurance fraud.
First Name (Violator) *
Please enter the first name of the suspected fraud violator.
Your answer
Last Name (Violator) *
Please enter the last name of the suspected fraud violator.
Your answer
Phone Number (Violator)
Please enter the phone number of the suspected fraud violator.
Your answer
Date of Birth (Violator)
Please enter the DOB of the suspected fraud violator.
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Social Security Number (Violator)
Please enter the SSN of the suspected fraud violator. (XXX-XX-XXXX)
Your answer
Violator's Mailing Address
Street Address/P.O. Box (Violator)
Please enter the street address of the suspected fraud violator.
Your answer
City (Violator)
Please enter the city of the suspected fraud violator.
Your answer
State (Violator)
Please enter the state of the suspected fraud violator.
Your answer
ZIP Code (Violator)
Please enter the zip code of the suspected fraud violator.
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