WorkForce Warns West Virginians About Cases of Unemployment Fraud

CHARLESTON, W.VA. — WorkForce West Virginia has received thousands of fraudulent applications for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and agency officials are asking West Virginians to be on the lookout and protect their identities.

   WorkForce officials say thousands of people, who didn’t file an . . .

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