It depends. What kind of fraud are you speaking about? Your question isn't specific.
If it's insurance fraud, you should contact the insurance company. If it's credit card fraud, you should contact the credit card company or the police. If it's voter fraud, contact your local or state official that handles elections, etc. So, it depends.
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