Report suspected fraud or attempted identity theft to Connect for Health Colorado’s Office of Conflict Resolution and Appeals

Some people may use the confusion around changes to Colorado’s health insurance system to attempt to wrongfully acquire personal information or to defraud Coloradans of their money. 

If you believe that you have been a victim of fraud or identity theft, Connect for Health Colorado wants to hear about it. The information you provide will help us assist you and may prevent similar events in the future. 

If you choose to have us contact you, you can expect both an email acknowledging receipt of the information you provide and a phone call within ten business days so that we can learn more about what happened.

Remember: Your first resource with any crime or attempted crime should be your local police or law enforcement agency. If you believe you are a victim of identity theft or have lost money as a result of fraud, please contact law enforcement and then return to this form.

Consumer protection entities like the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Colorado Division of Insurance are also valuable resources.  It is important to remember that attempts to commit fraud or identity theft are not limited by state lines. The FTC has the resources and ability to investigate crimes occurring across state lines and maintains a web site and tip line for this purpose.   Here in Colorado, the Division of Insurance can investigate insurance brokers and respond to complaints about an insurance carrier.