Homeowners will never be asked to pay a fee for any Oregon Homeownership Stabilization program. If you are asked to pay a fee or suspect fraud or misrepresentation of an OHSI program or representation, you are encouraged to contact the United States Treasury's Antifraud Unit by email at OFS.AntifraudUnit@treasury.gov.
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Q: What is the purpose of the Fraud Hotline?
The Fraud Hotline is designed to give you a way to anonymously report any suspected fraud or abuse for an independent review.
Q: Who operates the Fraud Hotline?
OHSI has contracted Lighthouse Services to screen fraud tips, validate and organize complaints while maintaining the anonymity of the tip providers
Q: Why should you contact the Fraud Hotline?
Fraud, waste or abuse in our OHSI program hinders the effectiveness of the services provided and affects all of us as taxpayers and employees.
Q: How is my identity protected when using the Fraud Hotline?
You are not required to provide personal information. The phone lines are available 24/7. Reports may be provided in English or Spanish online, by phone, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: When should a fraud tip be reported?
The more information you can provide, the more effective the investigation. You should provide the following information on the tip:
◦ Description of the incident
◦ Agency, Department, or person(s) involved
◦ Identify any records or support and where located
◦ Provide dates, times, names, and places
Q: What should be reported and what should not be reported on a fraud tip?
Do not report general complaints, suggestions, or personnel issues. Only report material instances of fraud, waste, and abuse that you have witnessed
Q: What happens after a fraud tip is received?
After a tip is received, it is screened by this office for a possible investigation. If an investigation is performed and fraud, waste or abuse is found, management will be informed with corrective action taken and reported to the U.S. Treasury.
Q: What do I need to submit a report?
Reports or tips may be submitted on the web at www.lighthouse-services.com/OHSI/IncidentLandingPageV2.asp, by emailing email@example.com, or calling 1-800-398-1496.