Benefit fraud costs the taxpayer over a billion pounds every year. If you know or have a strong suspicion that someone is committing benefit fraud you should report them straight away, remaining anonymous if you wish to.

The amount of money that is being paid out to people claiming benefits that they are not actually entitled to receive is one of the reasons why the government has introduced strict reforms to the benefits system.

An overview of benefit fraud can be found at GOV.UK.

If you think someone is committing benefit fraud, you can report them straight away, remaining anonymous if you wish to, and stop them taking money from the people who need it most.

The law says there has to be a good reason for investigating someone for benefit fraud – so you will need to give as much information as possible.

Details of how to report it can be found at GOV.UK.

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