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Nevada Housing Division Launches Confidential Fraud Hotline

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From the Nevada Housing Division:

The Nevada Housing Division today unveiled a fraud hotline for citizens to confidentially report potential fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement taking place within programs of the Nevada Housing Division.  A voicemail system with instructions in both English and Spanish will inform callers to leave a message with the details of the suspected fraudulent activity.

The hotline was initiated after the Division determined that offering this option would help provide constituents with the opportunity to submit their concerns without fear of retaliation. “This new fraud hotline will give Nevadans a reliable resource to turn to if they want to report fraud or mismanagement, said Nevada Housing Division Deputy Administrator Nicole Holloway. “The Division has made fraud prevention and transparency in all of our programs a priority.”

Anyone with information regarding suspected fraud can call the toll- free number at 1-844- HDFRAUD or 1-844-433-7283. Constituents who wish to file a formal report or complaint can also contact the Division directly by calling 888-486-8775 in Las Vegas or 800-227-4960 in Reno. For information about the Nevada Housing Division and their programs, please visit www.housing.nv.gov

From the Nevada Housing Division

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