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RECENT ANTI-FRAUD NEWS
The Anti-Fraud Unit is a commissioned law enforcement agency under Oklahoma State Statutes, Title 36 Sect. 361-363. The Anti-Fraud Unit employs experienced CLEET certified law enforcement officers that conduct investigations of various white-collar crimes related to insurance fraud. The Anti-Fraud Unit works closely with a number of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to bring offenders to justice.
The Anti-Fraud Unit also conducts regulatory investigations of civil violations within the insurance industry. The Anti-Fraud Unit works closely with the OID Legal Division in these administrative proceedings to discipline those entities engaged in wrongdoing.
Anti-Fraud's Mission Statement
“To serve the public, investigate insurance fraud, diligently pursue allegations of criminal activity, and partner with local, state, and federal authorities to successfully prosecute offenders.”
How to Report Fraud
Oklahoma is a “mandatory reporting” state. This means that insurance companies doing business in the State of Oklahoma are required by law to immediately report suspected insurance fraud to the Anti-Fraud Unit.
But, what should you do if YOU suspect insurance fraud?
You can join the fight against insurance fraud and related white-collar crimes by reporting suspected fraud to the Anti-Fraud Unit. Please choose any one of the four following methods:
2) PAPER REFERRAL- Anti-Fraud Unit Complaint Form
3) PHONE REFERRAL - Toll Free Hotline: (800) 522-0071 | Direct Line: (405) 521-6614
4) IN-PERSON REFERRAL - Oklahoma Insurance Department | Five Corporate Plaza | 3625 NW 56th Street, Suite 100 | Oklahoma City, OK 73112
All records, documents, reports, and evidence obtained by the Anti-Fraud Unit are considered confidential and are not subject to the Oklahoma Open Records Act. State law provides immunity for persons reporting suspected insurance fraud in the absence of bad faith, reckless disregard for the truth, or actual malice. This means that you cannot be held liable for reporting suspected fraud.