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Tennessee Department of Labor releases Fraud Alert for Nationwide Unemployment Email Scam

November 7, 2020 | Email This Post Print This Post
 

Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentNashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) warns unemployment claimants about an email scam that continues to make its way across the country.

Example of fraudulent email about unemployment benefits.

Example of fraudulent email about unemployment benefits.

The historic increase in unemployment claims due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic led to targeted fraudulent activity in many states across the nation. 

The email circulating from coast to coast pinpoints individual claimants, trying to convince them there is an issue with their claim. 

The email utilizes a seemingly authentic, but generic email address and has the subject line “Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Notification” It warns claimants online access to their account has been restricted because of suspicious activity. It then prompts the claimant to click a link to submit personal information to remedy the issue.

TDLWD has not received notification of any claimants in the state receiving this fraudulent email.

A legitimate email from TDLWD will have the department’s name on it and it will state it is an email from Jobs4TN. If TDLWD requests for documentation by email, claimants will submit those documents through a portal branded with the Jobs4TN logo. 

If a claimant receives an email from a generic unemployment address, they should not respond and delete it immediately.

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