WorkForce West Virginia Warns of Jobless Tax Scam
WorkForce West Virginia is alerting employers about a potential scam where people claim to represent the agency and ask for financial information.
Officials say that someone posing as a WorkForce employee emailed an employer this week asking for canceled checks for unemployment tax contributions.
The Charleston Gazette reports that the email was sent from a personal email address and did not come from a WorkForce West Virginia employee.
The agency notes that its electronic correspondence is sent only from wv.gov addresses.
Any employer who receives a suspicious email is asked to call WorkForce West Virginia at 800-252-5627 or email email@example.com.