Company Anti-Fraud Reporting
Effective July 1, 2006, all insurers licensed to write business in Kansas are required to report fraudulent insurance activity and to implement anti-fraud initiatives that are designed to detect fraudulent acts, per K.S.A. 40-2,118.
- Bulletin 2006-2 (pdf)
Online submission of company anti-fraud plans and letters is now available through the Kansas Insurance Department’s secure extranet, Company Desktop. Letters detailing anti-fraud initiatives and anti-fraud plans must be submitted to the Kansas Insurance Commissioner electronically.
A link on the Company Desktop log-in page explains how to get an ID and password for the site or find out the name of your Company Administrator, who must set an anti-fraud security flag to “Y” in your user’s profile to provide access to the screen where letters and plans can be submitted and viewed online.
Users who need to file an identical letter or plan for additional companies only need to acquire and use a single log-in for one of their companies. The upload screen for any company will allow the user to submit the same file for multiple companies. (See a copy of the file upload screen.)
Commissioner Praeger has designated the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Online Fraud Reporting System as the prescribed form to report fraudulent insurance acts in the state. Follow the link above to access the service (opens in a new window).