Fraud is a deliberate act of deception intended for personal gain or to cause a loss to another party.
CINEA is strongly committed to fight against fraud or other serious irregularities with a potentially negative impact for EU public funds.
If you come across such a situation and you would like to report on it, you can contact OLAF, the Commission Service which investigates fraud against the EU budget.
You can contact OLAF anonymously. There are no formalities. Just give as precise and detailed information as possible, including documents when available. You can communicate with OLAF in any of the 24 official EU languages.
Fraud Notification System
Report fraud online via the Fraud Notification System (anonymous, with secured document transmission).
Learn more about the Fraud Notification System and the way in which your data is treated and protected.
Report fraud online via a webform (non-anonymous, ie. name and email address are required, with no possibility to transmit documents).
Report by post
You can report fraud by post by writing directly to the European Anti-Fraud Office.
DPN for OLAF
For information on how your personal data is processed by CINEA : see Data protection notice on the processing of personal data to prevent, detect and mitigate fraud and irregularities and follow-up internal investigations conducted by OLAF