The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act permits individuals who are not United States citizens to file their claims to United States authorities anonymously and confidentiality. This allows foreign nationals to confidentially report potential or actual violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and hide their identities from officials in their home countries.
The law is very clear. Any person filing a whistleblower reward claim for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act or the United States Securities and Commodities laws may report their claim anonymously. Under this procedure, the whistleblower is required to use a licensed attorney in the United States. That attorney then files the claim on behalf of the whistleblower and asserts, under oath, that the information being provided came from the whistleblower.
Under the law, the United States government is required to maintain identifying information concerning the whistleblower in strictist confidence. When rewards are paid, the whistleblowers name is not released to the public.
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Individuals who have information concerning the payment of bribes to foreign officials in ANY nation are strongly advised to seek legal representation to determine whether they may qualify for a reward. Those who wish to confidentially report violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act may utilize a special intake form.
All communications are deemed attorney client privileged to the fullest extent of U.S. law (NOTE: All requests must be sent in English).
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