In order to participate in the remission process, victims must complete, sign and notarize a Petition Form and return it to the ICT Remission Administrator so that it is received no later than July 6, 2012 at the address below.
The Remission Administrator has mailed a Petition Form to each person that the Department of Justice has identified as a potential victim. This form is pre-populated with your identifying information and your transactional information. If you agree with the information in the form, you must complete, sign and notarize the form and return it to the ICT Remission Administrator. If you do not agree with the information provided on the form, or if you believe there were additional unauthorized withdrawals that were not listed on the form, you must download a Petition Form from this website, complete it and provide documentary evidence to support any additional transactions. Supporting documentation includes completed, unaltered copies of bank statements that show the following transactional information: account holder’s name, date, transaction descriptions, amount, and bank information for each fraudulent transaction to your bank account. Additionally, you will need to supply bank statements for the subsequent three months with the account holders information in order to verify non-refund of claimed funds.
If you did not receive a Petition Form in the mail and believe that you are a victim, you may download a form from the link below, complete it and provide documentary evidence to validate all transactions as stated in the paragraph above. If you do not provide all required information and sign and notarize the Petition Form, your petition will be rejected.
The completed Petition Form must be sent by mail to the following address to be received no later than July 6, 2012 to:
ICT Remission Administrator
P.O. Box 8006
Faribault, MN 55021-9406
Remission Form Cover Letter 117 KB
Remission Form Notice 213 KB
Remission Petition Form 101 KB