As a result of Executive Order 138, the Pension Fraud and Abuse Unit within the Department of the Treasury was established to prevent and investigate cases of intentional deception or misrepresentation that result in an unauthorized benefit to a member or to some other person from the State-administered retirement systems and benefits programs. This includes, but is not limited to, Disability pension claims and improper participation in the retirement systems and other benefit programs. Any individual who willfully and knowingly engages in an activity intended to defraud or abuse these systems and programs may be prosecuted.
How to file a report
To file a report regarding fraudulent pension and benefit claims, payments, or participation in one of the State-administered retirement systems or benefit programs, contact the Pension Fraud and Abuse Unit:
Or you can complete the Information Referral form and return the completed form by selecting the “Submit by Email” button at the top of the form or select the “Print Form” button and send:
*Note: We do not share the information that you provide with the person you are reporting.
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