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Reporting Public Assistance Fraud in Minnesota
The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) is committed to ensuring that the programs it oversees provide appropriate benefits to people eligible to receive them.
If you suspect someone receiving benefits
If you suspect a business
You can report these potential crimes and remain anonymous.
If you choose to leave your name and phone number an investigator may contact you for further information. Your name will not be released to the people or business suspected of fraud. You will not be informed whether an investigation has been opened or the progress of any investigation. Information received in this process is considered confidential investigative data or private welfare data. At the time a case is charged in criminal court, the information about the case will become public in the jurisdiction that the charge has been made.
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