Marcia Hultman

Cabinet Secretary

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Reemployment Assistance

Reporting Possible Fraud

We work to prevent and detect claimant and employee fraud in the South Dakota Reemployment Assistance (RA) program. Benefit fraud costs everyone money. South Dakota law provides penalties to claimants and employees who commit fraud.

All of the actions included in the graphic below are potentially fraudulent.

Graphic list potentially fraudulent actions

Contact Us to Report South Dakota RA Fraud

You can make a report anonymously or give us your name. Knowing who you are gives us a chance to obtain additional details if needed.

In order to adequately investigate your allegation, please include as much information as possible. If you do not have all the information requested, do not worry; tell us what you do know.

Complete the Report Fraud form (Adobe PDF format), which can be completed online and submitted electronically, or call/write us using the contact information below. Please note: Internet Explorer is the recommended browser for the Report Fraud form. (Learn more, including special instructions for Microsoft Edge users.)

Refusal of Interviews or Job Offers, No Shows etc.

Employers, please see our Refusal to Work page to report individuals who refuse to interview or to accept a suitable job offer, do not show up for work, refuse to return to work when recalled, etc.

Reporting South Dakota RA Fraud/Identity Theft Regarding 1099-G tax forms

If you have received a 1099-G tax form from DLR, and believe you may be a victim of identity theft because you did not file for or receive unemployment benefits from DLR, please follow these steps.

Contact Us

Reemployment Assistance Division - Benefit Payment Control Unit
South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
P.O. Box 4730
Aberdeen, SD 57402-4730
Phone: 605.626.7649
Fax: 605.626.2216