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Report Fraud Waste and Abuse

Email and Phishing

Mail Scams

Fraud or Misconduct Related to Government Contracting or Grants

Financial Sanctions - Office of Foreign Assets Control Hotline

Identify Theft and Taxes -  identify theft that may affect your tax records or tax refund. (IRS)

Suspected Tax Fraud

Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP)
 
Treasury Inspector General Hotline - suspected fraud, waste, abuse of authority, danger to public health and safety relating to Treasury programs, allegations of criminal activity or serious misconduct of Treasury employees. 
 
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration Hotline - suspected fraud, waste, mismanagement, and abuse relating to IRS programs and operations. 
 
SIGTARP Hotline - report allegations of fraud, false claims, misconduct, misrepresentation  relating to the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) to the Special Inspector General for TARP (SIGTARP) hotline.
 
Counterfeits - Secret Service - not a Treasury Bureau
 
Coins - Consumer alerts about product authenticity. (U.S. Mint)
 
Securities - Known scams that involve what are claimed to be securities issued or backed by the Treasury Department or another part of the United States Government. (Bureau of the Public Debt).
 
Financial Products How to file a complaint about a specific financial company in reference to a mortgage, credit card, bank account, or other financial product. (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - not a Treasury Bureau.)
 
 
Last Updated: 12/27/2013 2:27 PM

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Making Home Affordable

A critical piece of the Administration's efforts to stabilize the housing market and provide relief to homeowners. Visit MakingHomeAffordable.gov

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