Be careful how you spend the stimulus dollars because the public may be watching. At least that is the theory behind “FraudNet” the new stimulus fraud hotline developed by the General Accountability Office, (GAO). GAO is urging citizens, to include contractors and federal employees, to use the FraudNet system to report suspected fraud, waste, or abuse related to the stimulus spending.
FraudNet allows the public to report potential cases of fraud,waste, or abuse (1) by telephone at 1-800-424-5454, (2) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, (3) by fax (202) 512-3086 or (4) by mail to;
441 G Street, N.W., M/S 4T21
Washington, DC 20548.
The FraudNet website can be found at the following link, FraudNet
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