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This may be a long shot, but a rash of complaints may spur some action. Send your mortgage servicing complaint to SIGTARP. Bury SIGTARP in complaints about your servicer to try to trigger an audit.



If you are aware of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement or misrepresentations affiliated with the Troubled Asset Relief Program, please contact the SIGTARP Hotline!


Please review the following details and submit the Hotline form below.


What kinds of things should you report?


Allegations of fraud, including false statements, false claims and misrepresentations affiliated with the TARP.


Any activities that might impact the integrity of the Troubled Asset Relief Program including, but not limited to, allegations of fraud or misconduct by Federal employees and/or entities receiving TARP funds.


Actions by persons or entities attempting to misrepresent their association with TARP by utilizing deceptive contracts or financial instruments; including, allegations of identity theft or misrepresentations.


NOTE: The confidentiality of your contact information is assured when received via phone, mail or in person. Laws protect you from reprisals (any action taken against you because you filed a complaint).


You can submit your complaint via these methods:


By Online Form:
                                        Click here to view and submit the form.


By Phone:
                                        Call toll free: (877) SIG-2009


By Fax:
                                        (202) 622-4559


By Mail:
                                        Office of the Special Inspector General
                                        For The Troubled Asset Relief Program
                                        1500 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Suite 1064
                                        Washington, D.C. 20220

You should receive an email from the SIGTARP office similar to this one which was sent in response to a servicer complaint:

Dear  XXXXX,

The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset
Relief Program (SIGTARP) is in receipt of your email dated June XX,
2009, and your faxes dated June X and X, 2009.

Thank you for your submission to the SIGTARP Hotline, the information
you have provided is important to us.
Tips and information we receive through our hotline result in audits,
investigations, and case studies and we assure you the information you
have provided will be analyzed carefully by our staff, and recommended
for action as appropriate and in accordance with SIGTARP policies and

Your issues will be forwarded to the appropriate personnel at the Home
Affordable Modification Program.


Special Inspector General
for the Troubled Asset Relief Program
1.877.SIG.2009 (1.877.774.2009)
U.S. Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP)

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This info would make a nice sticky on everyone's wallpaper!

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