If you properly report fraud against the government, whether military or Medicare fraud, you may be entitled to a significant whistleblower reward. If you want former Justice Department Attorney Joel Hesch to evaluate in complete confidence whether you have the right type of case to get a reward, then fill out the form at this link (click here) and Mr. Hesch will personally get back to you right away.

If you want to read more about the $1.7 billion in whistleblower reward cases Mr. Hesch has handled click here.

For more details about Medicare fraud click here.

Click here if you want to read a free ebook Mr. Hesch created that explains in more detail how to properly report all types of Military Fraud, DOD Fraud, or Homeland Security Fraud.

Military and Government Contract Fraud

Here is some more details about military fraud or other government contract fraud. For the past 150 years, government contractors have been cheating the military (and more recently Homeland Security) and 20 other government agencies. Approximately 10% of all bills to the military or Homeland Security are fraudulent. That’s why the Department of Justice pays large whistleblower rewards for reporting fraud against the military, Homeland Security and other government agencies. DOJ needs your help in uncovering fraud and pays whistleblower reward of up to 30% of what it recovers based on reporting fraud. But you need to have an attorney file the reward application to be eligible.

Below are just a sampling of the government contractors and others who are cheating the military, Homeland Security and many other government agencies:

Trade Agreement Act (TAA)

General Service Administration (GSA) Best Price Fraud

Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA)

General List of Fraud Schemes

Other Fraud Schemes

If you know of anyone cheating the Military, Homeland Security, Medicare, or another government agency or program and are interested in a whistleblower reward, fill out our fraud questionnaire.