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I received a letter from KDOL (Kansas Department of Labor) reporting that they had received an "application for benefits" and that it is being processed. I did not submit a request for benefits to the KDOL, however, they had my correct name, address, and last four of my SOC # on the letter from KDOL. According to the webinar on the KDOL website, it suggested contacting www.ReportFraud.ks.gov as well, after filing a report with KDOL.
I paid $150 dollars I was supposed to talk to a dr 4 days go by a guy from India with very bad English called and said that a fee if $72.64 had to be made to cover any medication I might receive I stupidly paid they wanted both transaction in moneygram said thay they could accept credit cards at that time he picked up the moneygram and tried to call the next day the phone number disconnected the email we were exchanging messages was deactivated not contant at all since the moneygram stay away I'm trying to get the site taken down