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Fraud Hotline - Office of the Inspector General
The Details of Office of the Inspector General Fraud Hotline
What you need for Office of the Inspector General Fraud Hotline
To make a complaint, please (to the best of your ability):
- Explain the issue;
- Provide the names of individuals involved; and
- Identify the city, town, agency or other public entity involved.
The OIG may contact you for additional information. It is the OIG's practice to keep the names of complainants confidential. You can report to us and we will not disclose your identity unless absolutely necessary.
How to report Office of the Inspector General Fraud Hotline
Call us at (800) 322-1323
(Please note: You will be directed to leave a voice message.)
Email us at IGO-FightFraud@massmail.state.ma.us.
Office of the Inspector General
One Ashburton Place, Room 1311
Boston, MA 02108
More info for Office of the Inspector General Fraud Hotline
The Office of the Inspector General does not typically handle the following types of complaints. Please contact the agencies listed below:
- E-Z Pass.To resolve billing or toll-collection disputes related to electronic tolling or E-Z Pass, contact the E-Z Pass customer service center at (877) 627-7745.
- Social Security. To report people misusing social security benefits, contact the Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General.
- Housing Benefits.To report people misusing Section 8 or other housing benefit programs, contact the Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of the Inspector General, the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development and/or the local housing authority.
- Public Assistance Programs. To report people misusing public assistance program benefits (e.g., EBT, SNAP, MassHealth), contact the Bureau of Special Investigations.
- Unemployment Benefits.To report people misusing unemployment assistance benefits, contact the Unemployment Insurance Program Integrity Department.
- Phone and Internet Scams. To report phone and internet scams, contact the Federal Trade Commission.
- Consumer Complaints. To file a consumer complaint against a business located in Massachusetts, contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Advocacy and Response Division.