Food stamp fraud is reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Office of the Inspector General by telephone, mail, or email. Fraud can also be reported to your state's food stamp office.Continue Reading
The telephone numbers, mailing address and email address can be found on the USDA's website as well as on literature distributed by the agency.
Either make a telephone call to the Inspector General's office, write a letter, or compose and send an email.
Keep and eye out for and continue to report possible food stamp fraud.
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