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Reporting fraud

Find out what to do if you suspect fraud within the Australian Digital Health Agency

Fraud is defined as "dishonestly obtaining a benefit, or causing a loss, by deception or other means". In this definition, "benefit" can be money or objects, power, status or information. We are committed to preventing fraud in all aspects of business. If you feel that an act of fraud has been committed, you should report it. 

How to report fraud

Fraudulent and unethical behaviour is not tolerated within the agency and there are several ways that you can report it. 

  • email: [email protected] 
  • call: 1800 519 657 (where you can leave a detailed voicemail message and contact details)  
  • complete the online form below

Reporting suspected fraud form

For more information on the ways the Agency handles your personal information, how you can access and seek correction of the information, how privacy complaints can be made and how the Agency deals with such complaints, please see the Agency privacy policy.
Details of the person or organisation you are reporting
Details of the suspected fraud
Your details
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