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NCUA Fraud Hotline Form

The purpose of the NCUA Fraud Hotline is to identify fraud concerns associated with insider activities by current or former credit union employees, directors, or committee members (such as supervisory committee, audit committee, credit committee, etc.). If you are a consumer with a complaint concerning your account or loan at a federally insured credit union, please contact the NCUA’s Consumer Assistance Center.

Questions marked with * are required.
1. How would you prefer to provide your information or concerns to the NCUA?
1a. If so, you may be contacted at:
2. Are you (or have you ever been) a member, employee, board member, auditor, volunteer, or otherwise affiliated with the subject credit union?
2a. If you selected Yes above, please specify whether you are current or former.
3. What is the name and location of the credit union you have fraud concerns about?
Please add one employee name per line.
7. Have others told you about these events?
7a. If yes above, please provide the names and contact information for these individuals.

8. Are you aware of any supporting documents or emails that can provide evidence of the fraudulent conduct?
9. Are you aware of any additional information that could assist us in looking into this matter?

Privacy Act Statement

AUTHORITY: 12 U.S.C. 1766, 1786, 1787, and 1789; 28 U.S.C. 2671-2680. Disclosure of the requested information is not mandatory.

PURPOSE: To evaluate safety and soundness concerns and determine appropriate supervision plans related to fraud or other violations of the Federal Credit Union Act.   

ROUTINE USE(S): Information you provide may be shared with parties outside the NCUA to conduct examination and supervision activities, including other regulatory agencies, law enforcement, or as required by law.  A complete list of Routine Uses is available at NCUA-13, Litigation Case Files, 75 FR 41539.  

EFFECTS OF NON-DISCLOSURE:  Submitting a fraud tip or concern is voluntary, however insufficient details or information will prevent the NCUA from assessing potential fraud risks or taking appropriate actions. 

SORN: NCUA-13, Litigation Case Files, 75 FR 41539.

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