We are dedicated to coordinating the reporting and investigation of suspected fraud, theft, waste, abuse and scams impacting you and our agency.
By playing your part in reporting suspected fraud, theft, waste, abuse and scams, you’ll safeguard state programs and the financial resources that have been appropriated to serve you, your family and your fellow Texans.
The Comptroller’s office also is committed to providing you with information that will help protect you from fraud and scams. If you need legal advice, please contact a licensed Texas attorney or the State Bar of Texas legal hotline at 800-504-7030.
Please report suspected fraud, theft, waste, abuse and scams concerning the Comptroller’s office by contacting email@example.com.
Some third party agents charge taxpayers a fee to submit an application for IFTA licenses and request the decals on their behalf. Individuals willing to pay a fee to third parties, should be aware the Comptroller issues these licenses and decals at no cost and does not charge an application fee. Please visit https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/fuels/ifta.php for additional information.
The Comptroller’s office offers assistance with recovering unclaimed property at no cost to claimants. Individuals willing to pay a fee to third parties offering assistance with unclaimed property should be aware that in most cases, fees cannot exceed 10% of the value of the property being claimed. Additional information is available at ClaimItTexas.org.
We recently became aware that the following website is charging taxpayers for services our office provides at no cost: http://statetaxcertificates.com/texas/. This third party is not claiming to be a state agency but the website is not secure, meaning data shared between you and this website is not encrypted. In addition the website contains the following misinformation: