PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FRAUD WARNING
Information and answers to questions that you provide to DCF will be confirmed by DCF so they must be true, complete and correct. You may be accused of a crime if you provide false answers, or if you do not provide complete and accurate information for the purpose of getting benefits.
This may result in fines of up to $250,000, a prison term or both, if you are convicted of public assistance fraud. In addition you will not be able to get benefits for 12 months the first time, 24 months the second time, and permanently the third time that you provide false or inaccurate information.
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