Fraud Report To Police. Fraud is a criminal offense perpetrated when an individual deceives others for financial or personal gain. Reporting fraud, from embezzlement to identity theft, is important for two reasons:
Go to your local police office, as well as to the police office where the fraud took place, with this information make copies of your identity theft police report and your ftc complaint. An officer will take the report and it will be forwarded to the financial and cyber crimes unit. I work with the fraud team at a local cu, we personally only require a police report if the card was physically stolen, a pin was used, or if someone stole your checkbook, etc.
We'll provide the information the police need to help with the your transaction might not be a case of fraud or stolen goods, and it might be that you're dealing with a seller who is slow at sending an item or keeping in.
State and local fraud contact your local police department or state attorney general's office. Before you report a scam or fraud, and you think you might have been scammed yourself, there are two things you need to do you should also call the police if: Please ensure the information provided is accurate, to the best of your knowledge and. A report can be made with the mpd in one of two ways.