you can report it safely, easily and anonymously in most cases — and help lower the cost everyone pays for fraud. click hrer to goto Fraud bureau Most states sponsor fraud bureaus that investigate insurance scams. Some states even reward whistleblowers if there's a conviction. Check to to see if your state has an insurance fraud bureau.
National Insurance Crime Bureau
the toll-free hotline of the National Insurance Crime Bureau — 1-800-835-6422. NICB investigates insurance crimes involving property and casualty insurance, including auto and home insurance, liability insurance, and workers compensation.
Medicaid & Medicare
federal health programs, call 1-800-447-8477 or click here for Medicaid information and here for Medicare information.
Federal Communications Commission - Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau
complaints against telephone-related service providers.
online filing, click here
toll free hotline
E-mail the FCC:
Reporting a medical provider
Also report suspected swindles to your state medical board which oversee medical providers within their states.
Report suspected tax fraud activities
… suspect or know of an individual or a business that is not complying with the tax laws on issues such as
False Exemptions or Deductions
Kickbacks, False/Altered Document
Failure to Pay Tax, Unreported Income
Organized Crime, Failure to Withhold
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Hotline
Accepts e-mail complaints related to fraud, waste, and abuse in HUD programs and operations, including mismanagement or violations of law, rules, or regulations by HUD employees or program participants.
File a credit card complaint
We'll forward your issue to your credit card company, give you a tracking number, and keep you updated on the status of your complaint.
click here to file a complaint
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is the consumer protection agency with oversight of financial products and services.
call 855-411-CFPB (2372).
US Securities and Exchange Commission
Report, Ponzi scheme, Pyramid Scheme, or a High-Yield Investment Program, Theft or misappropriation of funds or securities, Manipulation of a security's price or volume
Insider trading, Fraudulent or unregistered securities offering, False or misleading statements about a company (including false or misleading SEC reports or financial statements), Abusive naked short selling Bribery of, or improper payments to, foreign officials Fraudulent conduct associated with municipal securities transactions or public pension plans, Other fraudulent conduct