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Scammers are finding new ways to prey on the vulnerable through benefits fraud. Danielle Kane with the Better Business Bureau says these scams have boosted the category of ID theft back to the number one spot for national scams. She also says if you are not eligible for unemployment, these scams won’t affect you. However, if you do qualify, filling out the identity theft form on identitytheft.gov will alert other necessary agencies such as your local attorney general.

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