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When should I call the OFAC Hotline?

 

Please take the following "due diligence" steps in determining a valid OFAC match.

If you are calling about a wire transfer or other "live" transaction:

1. Is the "hit" or "match" against OFAC's SDN list or targeted countries, or is it "hitting" for some other reason (i.e., "Control List" or "PEP," "CIA," "Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories," "Canadian Consolidated List (OSFI)," "World Bank Debarred Parties," "Blocked Officials File," or "government official of a designated country"), or can you not tell what the "hit" is?

If it's hitting against OFAC's SDN list or targeted countries, continue FORWARD - >.   

If it's hitting for some other reason, you should contact the "keeper" of whichever    other list the match is hitting against. For questions about other lists, GO HERE - >     

If you are unsure whom to contact, please contact your interdict software provider which told you there was a "hit."     

If you can't tell what the "hit" is, you should contact your interdict software provider which told you there was a "hit."

Last Updated: 12/6/2010 10:33 AM