Nevada Strike Force Making Progress on Unemployment Claim Backlog

By September 30, 2020October 29th, 2020Nevada

Nevada Strike Force Making Progress on Unemployment Claim Backlog

Aug. 27, 2020
By Michelle Rindels, The Nevada Independent

“Under normal circumstances, DETR must take claims in order, sifting through sometimes 99 fraudulent claims before finding an eligible Nevadan. The strike force has been trying to tackle the fraud problem through a vendor called ID.me. Claimants are directed to use ID.me, which helps them complete the first step more quickly, bypassing the numerous fraudulent claims and getting closer to the front of the line…”

“ID.me is designed to “find the needles in the haystack of the eligible folks who really need to be processed, and then we’ll be able to put those fraudulent cases on the back burner,” Cafferata said.

Shiloh Paul

Shiloh Paul

Shiloh Paul is a Marketing Manager at ID.me. She has authored a number of articles and quantitative research studies. Her work has appeared in articles published in the Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, Accounting Today, and various other industry newsletters. She's also published a children's book. Shiloh lives in the Northern Virginia area where she is active in local charity efforts to support pet adoption, community cleanup, and ending childhood hunger. In her spare time, she enjoys science fiction and fantasy, oxford commas, and acting. Shiloh is hard at work writing her first novel.