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Go to the SSA website and click the "Report Fraud, Waste, or ID Theft" link. Click the "Fraud Reporting Form" link to go the the online form.
Click the arrow on the pull down menu box to select the level of confidentiality and anonymity you want. You must still give your name and other information, but the SSA will not use your name in the investigation.
Provide your name, address, phone number and Social Security number. If you are the victim of the fraud, select the appropriate bubble.
Select the bubble to tell the SSA if you are reporting fraud by an individual living in Wisconsin or a business. If the fraud is being committed by a person, such as a representative payee or relative, give as much information as you can, including name, address, phone number, Social Security number, date of birth and race. If you are reporting a company doing business
in Wisconsin, give the business name, address, phone number and employer identification number if you know it.
Give as much information as possible about the victim in the next section. This includes the name, Wisconsin address, phone number, sex, date of birth and race. If you selected the bubble in the first section that indicated you were the victim, this section will self-populate with the information you provided.
Provide a detailed explanation of the circumstance of the fraud. Explain how you came to find out about the fraud, how long it has gone on, how long you have know about it and what evidence you have to support your claim.
Click the "Submit Form" button at the bottom. The SSA will contact you if it needs more information. If you are the victim, the SSA will contact you once it completes its investigation. If you are not, the SSA will not send any further reports to you about the case.