How to Report Fraud in Nevada

To report fraud or a scam in the state of Nevada from Reno to Las Vegas, contact the Attorney General, the Better Business Bureau or one of the Federal, state or local agencies listed.

Office of the Attorney General

Nevada Attorney General: Catherine Cortez Masto

http://ag.state.nv.us/

Carson City Office

100 N. Carson St.

Carson City, NV 89701

775.684.1100

Nevada Consumer Affairs Division

In Southern Nevada:

1850 E. Sahara Avenue, Suite 101

Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

Phone: 702-486-7355

In Northern Nevada:

4600 Kietzke Lane

Bldg. B, Suite 113

Reno, Nevada 89502

Phone: 775-688-1800

FBI Field Office, Mortgage Fraud

White Collar Crime Supervisor

http://lasvegas.fbi.gov/

John Lawrence Bailey Bldg.

700 E. Charleston Blvd.

Las Vegas, NV 89104-1545

Phone: 702-385-1281

HUD Field Offices

Las Vegas Field Office

300 S. Las Vegas Blvd.

Suite 2900

Las Vegas, 89101-5833

Phone: 702-366-2100

Fax: 702-388-6244

Reno Field Office

3702 S. Virginia Street

Reno, NV 89502-6581

Phone: 775-784-5383

Fax: 775-784-5005

HUD Regional Office

San Francisco Regional Office

600 Harrison St. 3rd Floor

San Francisco, CA 94107-1300

Phone: 415-489-6400

Fax: 415-489-6419

Nationally Chartered Credit Unions

Region V – Tempe

http://www.ncua.gov/AboutNcua/org/Region5.htm

1230 W. Washington Street, Suite 301

Tempe, AZ 85281

Phone: 602-302-6000

Fax: 602-302-6024

State-Chartered Credit Unions

Nevada Financial Institutions Division

406 East Second Street, Ste. 3

Carson City, NV 89701

Phone: 775-684-1830

Fax: 775-684-1845

Savings & Loan Association or Savings Bank

Office of Thrift Supervision

Consumer Complaints and Inquiries

Email: consumer.complaint@ots.treas.gov

West Region – San Francisco Regional Office

Pacific Plaza

2001 Junipero Serra Boulevard, Suite 650

Daly City, California 94014-1976

Mail: PO Box 7165

San Francisco, CA 94120-7165

Phone: 650-746-7000

Fax: 650-746-7001

Complaints: 800-842-6929

Southern California Area Office

Bentall Executive Center

551 North Tustin Avenue, Suite 1050

Santa Ana, California 92705-8635

Phone: 714-796-4700

Fax: 714-796-4710

Complaints: 800-842-6929

Seattle Area Office

101 Stewart Street, Suite 1010

Seattle, Washington 98101-2419

Phone: 206-829-2600

Fax: 206-829-2620

Complaints: 800-842-6929

State of Nevada

Nevada Real Estate Division

http://www.red.state.nv.us/

788 Fairview Drive, Suite 200

Carson City, Nevada 89701-5453

Phone: 775-687-4280

Division of Financial Institutions

http://www.fid.state.nv.us/

406 East 2nd Street, Suite 3

Carson City, NV 89701-4758

Phone: 775-684-1830

Fax: 775-684-1845

Nevada Better Business Bureau (BBB)

Better Business Bureau of Northern Nevada

http://reno.bbb.org

Email: information@renobbb.org

Phone: 775-322-0657

Fax: 775-322-8163

991 Bible Way

Reno NV 89502

Better Business Bureau of Southern Nevada, Inc.

http://southernnevada.bbb.org

Email: scampbell@vegasbbb.org

Phone: 702-320-4500

Fax: 702-320-4560

6040 S. Jones Blvd

Las Vegas NV 89118-2619

Internet Crime Complaint Center

IC3’s mission is to serve as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding
the rapidly expanding arena of cyber crime. The IC3 gives the victims of cyber crime a convenient and
easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of suspected criminal or civil violations.
For law enforcement and regulatory agencies at the federal, state, local and international level, IC3
provides a central referral mechanism for complaints involving Internet related crimes.

Better Business Bureau

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) system in the U.S. extends across the nation; coast-to-coast, and in
Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico. Since the founding of the first BBB in 1912, the BBB system has proven
that the majority of marketplace problems can be solved fairly through the use of voluntary self-regulation
and consumer education.

4 Responses

  1. KENNY K SMITH says:

    how can a wanted criminal be reported? a drug house in n lv nv. a women harboring a criminal/tats wanted

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  2. Joan Gray says:

    I am reporting a scam …the woman claimed she was from Direct TV. She wanted to explain some promotion and asked immediately for Mr Shimick’s SS#. I grab the phone asking why? I asked to speak to her supervisor. She hung up! Mr. Shimick suffers from dementia.. and I cannot always intercept these types of calls .

  3. ETruhls says:

    Beware of posting on Craig’s list. A buyer wanted to purchase a listed item and prepay with a cashier’s check that included extra up front money for “the mover”; then wanted to have me wire money to the mover and would let me keep $50 extra for my trouble. The buyer would not respond with his (buyer’s) real name or email address.
    When I asked where I could return the check via mail or I would take the text string to the Sheriff, he did not reply.

  4. Brian South says:

    @kenny I think that your mentality is a bit skewed if you relate tats with criminal behavior. Tattoos are an artistic form of expression involving the bodies most personnal and infinite canvas, the skin. They do not have anything to do with criminal behavior and an outdated biased mentality that unfairly judges has no place in modern society.

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