False Claims Act
Are you aware of any fraudulent activity that is resulting in monetary loss to the government? Reporting can help enforce the False Claims Act.
The False Claim Act is a federal law that makes it a crime for any person or organization to knowingly make a false record or file a false claim regarding any federal health care program, which includes any plan or program that provides health benefits such as Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare.
California Department of Insurance
Are you aware of any commercial insurance fraud taking place by an organization that operates in the state of California?
The California Department of Insurance takes fraudulent activity extremely seriously. They have developed a method to allow for cases of suspected commercial or non-federal insurance fraud within the state of California to be reported. If you are filing a report in good faith to the CDI, you will not be held subject to civil liability for doing so. If you are successful when filing under the CDI whistleblower program, you can receive 40% to 50% of the fine paid by the defendant.
Securities Exchange Commission
Do you know of any fraudulent activity related to deceiving investors? Your information may be valuable. Learn how to potentially secure a reward.
Of all whistleblower protection provisions, the SEC whistleblower program established by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act contains some of the strongest. There are numerous types of improper acts that give rise to an SEC whistleblower claim, including corporate fraud, insider trading and theft of funds.
Commodities and Futures Trading Commission
Do you have information on fraudulent activity within the commodities and futures markets? You may be eligible for a reward.
The mission of the SEC is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient securities markets, and facilitate capital formation. The mission of the CFTC is to foster open, transparent, competitive and financially sound markets. Notably, the SEC and the CFTC have certain joint responsibilities under Dodd-Frank and the CFMA, including joint responsibility for regulating security futures products.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Do you know of any situation that violates the FCPA? You could be eligible for a huge reward.
The FCPA is a law that protects against U.S companies and individuals participating in any act that could be considered bribery with foreign entities to advance any business deal. The FCPA law is applicable internationally as well as nationally and includes publicly traded companies in the United States. If you have valuable information about any fraudulent activity occurring within a publicly-traded company, you are entitled to 10% to 30% of all sanctions collected by the US Government. Are you aware of any fraudulent activity that sounds like the above? Meet with us today to potentially secure your reward.
Internal Revenue Service
Do you know about any situation where someone is not reporting their taxes properly? Reporting this valuable information and more can help enforce the IRS Whistleblower Program.
The Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, has a whistleblower program that will reward anyone with valuable information against a person or entity who is not paying the taxes that they owe. This program could also reward for information on unpaid penalties, interest, or other. If this information is used in a case, you are entitled to up to 30% of the additional tax owed, and any other amount collected. Do you have valuable information that can help recover these losses for the IRS? Contact us today and claim your reward.