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     Throughout the various federal government bankruptcy court web-sites, there are a number of bold listings that state: "Report Bankruptcy Fraud". A government web-site called: "Stopfraud.gov" is a financial fraud enforcement task force specifically designed to enforce the bankruptcy laws. If you decide to report bankruptcy fraud, you can contact the U.S. Trustee's Office, and make a report under Section 586 of Title 28 of the United States Code.

Contact Information

The e-mail address is: USTP.Bankruptcy.Fraud@usdoj.gov. You can also send the report to the local branch of the U.S. Trustee's Office via regular postal "snail mail". In the report, you will be asked to provide the following information that is listed below.

Information to Provide When Reporting Bankruptcy Fraud
  • Name and address of the business or individual you are reporting
 
 
  • Any identifying information you may have regarding the individual or business you are reporting
 
  • Brief description of the alleged fraud, including how you became aware of the fraud and how the fraud took place
 
  • All supporting documentation, including identification of the type of asset that was concealed and its estimated dollar value, the amount of any unreported income, undervalued asset, or other omitted asset or claim
 
  • Your name, address, and telephone number and email address, although the site also accepts anonymous reports
 
 
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Written by Henry Rendler





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