Blue Cross Blue Shield

October 15, 2013 by  

Blue Cross Blue Shield, The state’s largest health care insurer has fired dozens of employees accused of falsifying retirement plan documents.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana (BCBSLA) confirmed the terminations late Monday after numerous inquiries from WAFB 9NEWS over the past several weeks.

“Forty-four employees at BCBSLA headquarters in Baton Rouge have been terminated,” the company said in a written statement. “All of the terminations involve employees who provided false documentation in order to obtain a hardship withdrawal from their retirement plan account,” the statement said.

Sources told WAFB several of the cases involved employees who provided false eviction notices or home purchase agreements to attempt to qualify for hardship withdrawals.

Blue Cross did not say whether any additional terminations were expected.

Blue Cross said this is “not a criminal matter” and no law enforcement agency is investigating.

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