If you believe you have been a victim of medical billing business opportunity fraud, contact the company and request a refund. Inform the company representatives that you are considering notifying law enforcement officials and other officials about your experience. Keep track of your conversations and correspondence. If you send documents to the company, send copies, do not send originals. Send the correspondence by certified mail and request a delivery receipt to have proof that the company received your correspondence. If you cannot resolve the dispute with the company, file a complaint with the following organizations:
- Federal Trade Commission. Call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357) or file your complaint online.
- Office of the Attorney General of your state (in English) or of the State where the company is located. The office can inform you if you are protected by state law that regulates work at home programs.
- The local offices for consumer protection.
- The local Better Business Bureau.
- The local postmaster. The Postal Service of the United States (in English) investigates fraudulent postal practices.
- The head of the ad section of the publication that submitted the ad may be interested in the problems you have had with the company.
- Previously, this article was called Medical Billing Opportunities: They Deserve a Second Opinion.