Protecting your privacy when you report suspected fraud
It can be a difficult decision to share information about suspected fraud. We treat all allegations confidentially. By providing your details we’ll be able to get in touch if we need to clarify any facts or ask for more information. You can make a report anonymously.
What fraud looks like
Generally, fraud is about intentionally misleading us to gain an advantage. This could be financially or in other ways. It can involve staff or any of our customers, ie an injured person, a business or a provider.
Examples of fraud
Clients misleading us about an accident or injury and their ability to work