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Kentucky’s unemployment insurance system will shut down for four days after recent fraud attempts

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By: LEX 18 Web Staff

FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) — The state is shutting down Kentucky’s unemployment insurance system for four days as a result of recent fraudulent activity.

Amy Cubbage, General Counsel to Governor Andy Beshear, says stopping fraudulent claims and attempts to hack the system have taken time away from processing current claims. She says scammers have been using “computerized automated processes” to try and guess the personalized pins of customers.

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