Freddie Mac is committed to helping the mortgage industry fight fraud and our Financial Fraud Investigation Unit (FFIU) is at the forefront of all our mortgage fraud prevention efforts. One such fraud prevention effort are two new Freddie Mac mortgage fraud reporting forms – one form is for origination-related fraud, and the other form is for servicing-related fraud. As detailed in Single-Family Seller/Servicer (Guide) Chapters 7 and 57, these forms can be used to help report fraud or possible fraud to Freddie Mac:
Please complete and e-mail the appropriate form to email@example.com. In addition to using the fraud reporting forms, you may contact Freddie Mac regarding fraud in the following ways:
- Phone: (800) 4FRAUD8
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: 571-382-4883
- Mail: Attn: Institutional Investigations
8200 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA 22102-3110
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- Guide Bulletin 2013-18
- Guide Bulletin 2013-8
- Guide Bulletin 2012-13
- Guide Bulletin 2011-23
Fraud Prevention Resources
Visit our Fraud Prevention Resources Web page to take advantage of our Mortgage Fraud Prevention Toolkit, best practices, mortgage fraud articles, and training opportunities.
About the Financial Fraud Investigation Unit
Established in 1989, the FFIU is responsible for the prevention, detection, investigation, and resolution of mortgage fraud. In addition to our core responsibilities, the FFIU's job duties entail:
- Assisting law enforcement with criminal investigations and making referrals to state licensing and regulatory boards.
- Participating in national, regional, and industry mortgage fraud task forces.
- Providing training to the FBI, state regulators, lenders, and Freddie Mac employees.
- Participating in various speaking forums to discuss fraud trends and anti-fraud strategies.