Providing voluntary information to FINTRAC

About suspicions of money laundering or about the financing of terrorist activities

If you would like to provide information about suspicions of money laundering or of the financing of terrorist activities, please use our Web form.

It is important that voluntary information providers give as much information as possible concerning their suspicions, including the identifying information on the person(s) or organization(s) that may be involved in the suspicious activities.

You can provide your name and/or other personal identifying information if you wish to do so. Names and other personal identifiers of voluntary information providers are protected under privacy legislation, however, FINTRAC may, in rare circumstances, have to disclose this information under a production order or certain other compulsory processes.

FINTRAC will make the determination as to whether the voluntary information will be provided to law enforcement.

If you believe that the information you provide is serious and requires an immediate law enforcement response, then you may also wish to provide this information directly to your local law enforcement agency.

About suspected non-compliance with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and its associated regulations

If you would like to provide information about suspicions of non-compliance with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA) and its associated regulations in relation to a Canadian reporting entity, please use the fax number or mailing address provided below.

It is important that voluntary information providers give as much information as possible concerning the non-compliance with Parts 1 or 1.1 of the PCMLTFA, including the identifying information on the person(s) or organization(s) that may be involved in the non-compliance.

You can provide your name and/or other personal identifying information if you wish to do so. Names and other personal identifiers of voluntary information providers are protected under privacy legislation, however, FINTRAC may, in rare circumstances, have to disclose this information under a production order or certain other compulsory processes.

FINTRAC will make the determination as to whether the voluntary information will be provided to law enforcement.

If you believe that the information you provide is serious and requires an immediate law enforcement response, then you may also wish to provide this information directly to your local law enforcement agency.

Provide voluntary information through these channels:

Facsimile
1-866-538-0880 No long distance charges will apply.

Mail
FINTRAC
24th floor, 234 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 1H7
CANADA

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