The Department of Justice (DOJ) is responsible for pursuing bankruptcy allegations. You can read more at the DOJ website (www.USDOJ.gov), and in particular this web page:
To report suspected bankruptcy fraud, DOJ asks that you prepare a written summary that contains the following information:
-Name and address of the person or business you are reporting.
-The name of the bankruptcy case, case number, and the location of where the case was filed.
-Any identifying information you may have regarding the individual or the business.
-A brief description of the alleged fraud, including how you became aware of the fraud and when the fraud took place. Please include all supporting documentation.
-Identify the type of asset that was concealed and its estimated dollar value, or the amount of any unreported income, undervalued asset, or other omitted asset or claim.
-Your name, address, telephone number, and email address. You are not required to identify yourself, though it is often helpful to do so if questions arise.
You can send this information via email to:
or by mail to:
Executive Office for U.S. Trustees
Criminal Enforcement Unit
20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530