Individuals and businesses may qualify for a variety of government-issued loans for many different programs, including student loans, business loans, and money to purchase homes. Applicants for such government funds often have to meet certain requirements to qualify for assistance, and any fraudulent claims or misrepresentations may be prosecuted legally under the federal False Claims Act.
If an individual or company collects payments from a federally-subsidized loan program under false pretenses, he or she may face prosecution under the False Claims Act, and Qui Tam whistleblowers may be able to pursue a lawsuit on behalf of the government. If you have knowledge of fraudulent practices, contact one of the a Qui Tam attorneys from the law offices of Tycko & Zavareei, LLP at 202-973-0900.
Loans that may be guaranteed by the government include:
If an individual or company makes false statements on a federal loan application or misrepresents their needs in order to qualify for government-secured funds, they may be guilty of federal loan fraud.
If you are aware of fraudulent practices or misrepresentations on the part of an individual or company that is receiving federal funding, it is important to consult one of our experienced Qui Tam attorneys to discuss your legal options. For assistance with your whistleblower case, contact a lawyer from Tycko & Zavareei, LLP at 202-973-0900 for a free initial consultation.
The purpose of this form is to provide basic information that our law firm will use to evaluate your potential qui tam case. We will treat all information you provide through this form as privileged and confidential. If you have any concerns about providing your information through this website, please feel free to call our Washington, D.C. office at (202) 973-0900 to provide your information by telephone, or send your information to our office at 1828 L Street, N.W., Suite 808, Washington, D.C. 20036.
Please note that, in general, we only handle cases in which a business or company has committed fraud on the government and the amount of the fraud is at least $1 million.Begin Your Confidential Case Evalutation