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Whistleblower Rights You are Protected!

     Do not be afraid to report Automotive fraud! The Whistleblower Protection Act, an amendment to the False Claims Act, protects you from harassment, demotion, and wrongful termination for reporting fraud.

What is Whistle blowing?

     Whistle blowing is the disclosure by an employee (or trainee, agency staff, contractor, home worker) about malpractice or fraud in the workplace. A Whistleblower can blow the whistle about crime, civil offenses (including negligence, breach of contract, etc.), miscarriage of justice, danger to health and safety or the environment, and the cover up of any of these. It does not matter whether or not the information is confidential.

How to blow the whistle on automotive deceptive practices anonymously or file your own claim

     Our free e-mail service has been designed to help you blow the whistle on deceptive practices in the automotive sales industry and misconduct anonymously.  You can blow the whistle without any worry of becoming directly involved in any follow up investigation. Or, you can fully participate with a possible recovery. To contact us anonymously by email (giving as much detail as you can regarding automotive fraud) to:

update@stopautofraud.com

Please do not abuse this facility by making false claims.

Your information will be treated with anonymity and confidentiality.

To contact us as a participant in you own case, e-mail (giving as much detail as you can regarding automotive fraud) to:

update@stopautofraud.com

Please do not abuse this facility by making false claims.

Your information will be treated with anonymity and confidentiality.

     The key to a successful whistleblower action is proper reporting of issues to your employer and legal authorities.

     Remember, your information is not only valuable for your potential case but most of all for the recovery of any damages done to the consumer of whom the action effected.

     The accumulative information from whistleblowers from across the country increases the value of the individual case.   

     It is key to collect as many documents or memos concerning your claims. Remember you can only take documents related to your claim and within your scope of responsibility. 

     StopAutoFraud.com can help you to compile your information and documentation so that it can be presented to an attorney in a clear and understandable manner.  Many times your first impression and presentation can make the difference in a law firm accepting your case.

     Also, a proper presentation may open up other possible causes of action that will support and even enhance your original claims.

Please read our Disclaimer before acting on any information you received from this web page.

DISCLAIMER

     The information contained in this Web site is provided for informational and/or educational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter. The transmission and receipt of information contained on this Web site, in whole or in part does not obligate StopAutoFraud.com to provide any legal advice or representation. While we will treat any information provided as privileged and confidential, you should understand that when you provide information about a potential case, we do not become your attorneys.

     The material on this Web site may not reflect the most current legal developments. The content and interpretation of the law addressed herein is subject to revision. We disclaim all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all the contents of this site. Before acting on any information or material in this web site, we strongly recommend you to seek professional legal counsel.