How can you help?
It is important that people who are claiming
benefit to which they are not entitled to are reported to the
Benefit Investigation Unit. The more information you give us
the more likely the investigation will result in a successful
So how can you help us stop Benefit
Do you know anyone who is claiming benefit and shouldn't be? If
so, please contact us (see below). To help us stop them there are
always certain questions or pieces of information to remember
when contacting us:
Instead of just saying that someone is working, tell us who is
working? Where? What do they do? What time do they leave/return?
How do they travel? What sort of car? What colour? What is the
registration number? How long for?
Always remember that the more information we have at the start of
an investigation the better we are able to investigate. Getting the
extra details can make the difference between a person not being
investigated because we don't have enough details and the same
person being prosecuted.
To inform us of any Benefit Frauds please complete our
online 'Benefit Fraud' formand submit.
Any information you provide will be kept in the strictest
How to Contact us
National Fraud Hotline: 0800
Local hotline: 01909 533731
(24 hour answering machine)
Fax: 01909 533222
Or, send an email to email@example.com
Or, write to us at
Any information received will be kept strictly
Last Updated - 18/04/2013