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=='''How to Report Promissory Note Fraud to the SEC'''==
=='''How to Report Promissory Note Fraud to the SEC'''==
To report promissory note fraud and qualify for an award under the SEC Whistleblower Program, the SEC requires whistleblowers or their attorneys to report their tips online through the SEC’s Tip, Complaint, or Referral Portal or mail/fax a Form TCR to the SEC Office of the Whistleblower. Prior to submitting a tip, whistleblowers should consider scheduling a confidential consultation with an experienced SEC whistleblower attorney. The path to receiving an award is lengthy and complex. SEC whistleblower attorneys can provide critical guidance to whistleblowers throughout this process to increase the likelihood that they not only obtain, but maximize, their awards.
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