Phishing Website Attack Warning

Kansas Department of Labor
Kansas Department of Labor

Please be aware that a fraudulent Get Kansas Benefits website has been discovered.

In the screen below, the boxed URL address (highlighted area) is fraudulent. The whole URL is grayed out for safety purposes.

If you do see this partial URL, do not click any links in the webpage. Instead, close the tab and erase the URL from your browser's history.

The only legitimate websites for filing Kansas unemployment claims are the unemployment benefit site and the PUA benefit site

The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) is working with law enforcement, including the Secret Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the US DOL Office of Inspector General and the US Attorney's office to track fraudsters down. KDOL is also investigating this site.

Kansas, along with every other state, is seeing a spike in identity theft related to unemployment claims. Nationally, unemployment-related identity theft is costing taxpayers over $26 billion. If you or somebody you know has been the victim of identity theft, please report it at

(Information courtesy KDOL.)