NCDF Disaster Complaint Form

Please complete the information below to file a complaint with the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF).  Complaints filed via this website will be reviewed at the NCDF and, where appropriate, may be referred to federal, state, local, or international law enforcement or regulatory agencies for possible investigation. 

The NCDF’s ability to most effectively process your complaint relies upon the accuracy and completeness of the information you provide.  Therefore, we request that you provide the information sought below, to the extent you are able to.

DO NOT ENTER SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS, CREDIT CARD NUMBERS, PASSWORDS, OR OTHER SENSITIVE INFORMATION WHEN FILLING OUT THIS FORM.

Note: Fields marked with * are required.

DESCRIPTION OF FRAUD OR OTHER CRIMINAL CONDUCT

YOUR INFORMATION

INFORMATION ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL OR CORPORATION BELIEVED TO HAVE COMMITTED THE CONDUCT YOU ARE REPORTING

If you are aware of any additional individuals or corporations who are involved in the conduct you are reporting, please include all known information about those individuals or corporations below.

Provide any email addresses, websites, or URLs associated with the conduct you are reporting below.

Please describe the fraud or other criminal conduct you are reporting below.  Please include a description of the conduct, when and where it took place, and any additional details that you believe would help investigators.  Please also provide any additional information not captured elsewhere in this complaint form that you think would be relevant. *

If you are aware of other witnesses or victims, please provide their names and any known contact information below.

If you have reported this incident to other law enforcement or government agencies, please provide information about that report or those reports below, such as the name of the agency and any individuals you have contacted, their phone numbers and email addresses, the date you reported the conduct, any report number, etc.

PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT

The National Center for Disaster Fraud (“NCDF”) is a national coordinating agency within the United States Department of Justice (“Department”), Criminal Division. The authority by which information is collected on this website form is 5 U.S.C. 301 and 44 U.S.C. 3101. Your disclosure of information to the Department on this form is voluntary. If you do not complete all or some information fields in this form, however, the Department may not be able to effectively control, track, or respond to your submitted correspondence.

The principal purpose for collecting this information on the website form is to control, track, respond to, and maintain correspondence received by, originated by, or referred to the Department, including the NCDF. In addition to disclosing this information to the appropriate officials and employees within the Department, including the NCDF,  for the purposes of controlling, tracking, responding to, and maintaining   correspondence, the information collected on this website form may be disclosed to: any civil or criminal law enforcement authority or other appropriate agency where a record, either on its face or in conjunction with other information, indicates a violation or potential violation of law; to contractors, grantees, experts, consultants, students, and others performing or working on a contract, service, grant, cooperative    agreement, or other assignment for the Federal government, when necessary to accomplish an agency function related to the corresponding system of records; and to such recipients and under such   circumstances and procedures as are mandated by federal statute or treaty.

The full list of routine uses for this correspondence can be found in the System of Records Notice titled, JUSTICE/DOJ-003, “Correspondence Management Systems (CMS) for the Department of Justice,” 66 Fed. Reg. 29992 (6-04-2001); 66 Fed. Reg. 34743 (6-29-2001); 67 Fed. Reg. 65598 (10-25-2002); 82 Fed. Reg.24147 (5-25-2017).

 
Updated September 15, 2020

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