How to Report Fraud/Waste/Abuse Allegations to the OAG
Information provided to the OAG via the hotline or other methods below may result in an investigative or performance audit or other review. When providing information, please include sufficient detail (describing who, what, where, when, why, and how) to allow us to fully evaluate your information.
Completion and submission of the Fraud/Waste/Abuse Allegation Form will result in your allegation being e-mailed to our Fraud/Waste/Abuse Hotline staff. Once received, the information on the form will be handled in the most confidential manner allowed by law.
You are not required to identify yourself. However, please understand that submitting information anonymously may limit our ability to obtain additional insight that may be necessary for a thorough investigation of your allegation. It is important to emphasize that circumstances may exist under which the OAG is legally obligated to reveal your identity, such as if your allegation is referred to a law enforcement agency.
The OAG does not normally advise individuals who have filed allegations of the existence, status, or outcome of an investigation. Generally, we will only contact you again if the need exists for additional information or clarification.
The OAG does not represent or act on behalf of any individual or agency. If you are seeking a legal opinion or representation, you should consult with an attorney.
If your allegation does not involve State government operations and/or a State employee, the OAG does not have the authority to handle your allegation. Click on “Find Help With Your Allegation” (coming soon) for guidance in contacting the appropriate agency for further assistance.
If, to the best of your knowledge, your allegation involves State government operations and/or a State employee, you may report your fraud/waste/abuse allegations by any of the methods listed below:
- Click here to complete the Fraud/Waste/Abuse Allegation Form and submit online.
- Call the toll-free Fraud/Waste/Abuse Hotline at 1-800-(coming soon). This hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An investigative auditor is generally available to take your call Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., or you can leave a message after hours.
- Complete the Fraud, Waste, Abuse Allegation Form, print, and send via the U.S. Postal Service to the following address:
Office of the Auditor General
Fraud Investigation Section
201 N. Washington Square, Sixth Floor
Lansing, MI 48913