If you suspect a business or organization is defrauding the government, don't be afraid to report it. Not only is it is the right thing to do, you may be entitled to a significant reward often totaling millions of dollars.
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When reporting fraud, you do not need to disclose your identity unless you wish to. All info disclosed is subject to the attorney-client privilege. more »
The Whistleblower Protection Act protects you from harassment, demotion and wrongful termination for reporting fraud.
Over $1 billion has already been paid to individuals who helped uncover fraud against the government. more »
First to Report, It is important to be the initial source of information reporting the fraud because generally that is the only person entitled to a financial reward. Do not delay. Act now. more »
Our firm is only investigating claims in which a business entity, such as a company or medical practice, is submitting false claims to a governmental entity in excess of $500,000. We do not handle cases involving individuals receiving government benefits under false pretenses. (For example, we do not handle claims in which a person falsely claims a disability in order to receive government benefits.) For these types of claims, you should contact the appropriate government agency directly, such as Medicaid, and report the fraud. Regarding tax fraud, we are only handling cases in which the under reporting of taxes exceeds $2 Million, and the income of the person committing tax fraud exceeds $200,000 per year.