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Report Fraud

Have information about corporate fraud? Report it here. 

The SEC whistleblower program is a part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 and offers financial incentives and protections to people who report possible violations of federal securities laws to the SEC. 

You may receive significant financial compensation for reporting fraud.

If you work for a company that is committing fraud, you may be entitled to a significant financial reward for coming forward with your information. To find out if you have a case, complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 for a free no obligation consultation.

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Receive a Reward

You may receive a significant financial reward for helping stop corporate fraud.

Whistleblowers can receive a cash reward of 10-30 percent if their information leads to an enforcement action by the SEC resulting in monetary penalties exceeding $1 million.  For large cases, the government has paid out rewards to individual whistleblowers that have been tens of millions of dollars. The program also protects whistleblowers with a prohibition on retaliation.

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Who Qualifies?

Who can report securities fraud to us?

Any person that works for a corporation that is committing securities fraud can come forward with original information and blow the whistle.  The provisions of the law not only apply to corporations that issue securities, but also to securities brokers and dealers, investment advisors, mutual funds and securities exchanges. 

To find out if you have a case, complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 for a free no obligation consultation.

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  • Why use a whistleblower lawyer?

    There are many benefits of using a whistleblower lawyer. Help protect your anonymity and help maximize your reward.

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  • The Dodd-Frank Act

    The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is one of the most important pieces of recent legislation regarding whistleblowers. Among its many provisions, Dodd-Frank has added significant protections for people who report corporate fraud. 

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To find out if you have a case, complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 for a free no obligation consultation.
 
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