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    Report Suspected WIC Fraud

    If you think someone is committing fraud against the Maryland WIC Program, you can let WIC know.
    Some examples of fraud include:
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    Participants who:
    • Sell or give away eWIC benefits.
    • Sell or give away formula or foods purchased with eWIC benefits.
    • Lie about income or family size when applying for WIC.
    • Buy non-WIC food with eWIC benefits.
    • Trade eWIC benefits for other items or cash.
    Vendors who:
    • Buy eWIC benefits for cash.
    • Accept eWIC benefits for non-wic food.
    • Accept eWIC benefits for payment for past purchases.
    • Accept eWIC benefits for credit.
    • Are not WIC authorized but accept eWIC benefits anyway.
    • Overcharge for WIC food.
    How to contact WIC
    You can tell WIC about someone you know or suspect of committing Program fraud by:
    1. Calling the Toll Free Maryland WIC Hotline at 1-800-242-4942. The operator will transfer you to WIC customer service, available Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You do not have to give your name.
    2. Completing the Maryland WIC Program Fraud Report ​​​ and:

    a. Emailing it to mdh.wicvendor@maryland.gov.

    b. Mailing it to:

    Maryland WIC Program
    201 West Preston Street, 1st Floor
    Baltimore, Maryland 21201

    c. Faxing to the Maryland WIC Program at 410-333-5683.

    Remember, you do not have to give us your name. Thank you for helping us to identify fraud and abuse in the Maryland WIC Program!

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