How To Prevent Fraud On Your Benefits Plan
Benefits fraud happens when a person intentionally submits false or misleading information to their insurance provider for financial gain. Not only can benefits fraud lead to increased plan costs (and therefore potentially reduced coverage), the consequences of participating in a benefits fraud can include job loss – or even criminal charges.
March is Fraud Awareness Month, and so here are four simple ways you can help prevent benefits fraud:
We’re proud to partner with Tree Canada to help compensate for our carbon footprint.
By visiting our website online, you are actively participating in our paper-free initiative—thank you!
Stay In Touch