If you report fraud against the postal service (post office), you may be entitled to a whistleblower reward, as outlined in this website.

One of the most under-reported areas of fraud is companies cheating the post office on how much postage to pay for mailing letters. It can add up when there are large mailings or if fraud occurs over several years. For instance, a credit card company recently paid the government  $6 million because it knew that its credit card bills did not qualify for a discount postage rate that it was receiving. The whistleblower received $1.2 million for stepping forward and reporting post office fraud.

If you know of a post office fraud scheme against the government and are interested in a reward, fill out our fraud questionnaire.