State Auditor’s Office launches mobile app to report fraud
The Auditor’s Office has launched a brand-new, first of its kind, mobile app to submit tips about suspected fraud, waste, and abuse in Delaware.
“We live in a mobile world,” State Auditor Kathy McGuiness said. “So we designed a mobile platform for Delawareans that’s easy to use.”
The new mobile platform is another way to communicate with the Auditor’s Office to report suspected fraud, waste or abuse, according to McGuiness who officially announced the launch on Wednesday.
Using a mobile device’s web browser, visit fraud.delaware.gov to go directly to the Auditor Office’s new platform.
Users will be asked to add an icon to their Apple or Android mobile device’s homepage.
With the icon on the homepage, it works just like a mobile app, without using any storage on your phone and can be used anytime.
“People can still contact our office online, by phone, mail or in person if they want to report anything suspicious,” McGuiness added.
All information or tips submitted to the State Auditor’s Office remain confidential.