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How to File for Remission

In order to be included in the remission process and receive compensation for your losses in connection with the Petters' fraud scheme, investors must fill out and submit a petition form and return it to the Petters Remission Administrator. 

Victims who have already been identified by the US Attorney's office will be sent a petition form by mail. This form will be pre-populated with your contact information and your determined losses. If you agree with the form, you must sign and notarize the form and return it to the Petters Remission Administrator. If you do not agree with the information provided on the form, you must provide information about your net principal loss, and provide details about the amount you invested, and any recoveries you have received from any source as compensation for your claimed loss. You must also provide documentary evidence of the losses such as negotiated checks, wire receipts, bank statements, or other equivalent proof of your investments being disputed. 

You will be able to claim compensation only for your net principal loss in connection with the Petters' fraud scheme. In this regard, you must provide complete information about  any returns you have already received on your investments, and any other compensation you have received for your losses, including any compensation you have received through bankruptcy proceedings, pending litigation, or any other source. 

If you did not receive a petition form by mail and feel that you are a victim in this case, you may download the petition form using the link below. You must complete all sections of the petition form as well as sign and notarize the form. You must also provide documentary evidence of your losses such as negotiated checks, wire receipts, bank statements, or other equivalent proof to validate investments lost. 

Mail your signed and notorized document to:

Petters Remission Administrator
PO Box 2660
Faribault, MN  55021-9660

Deadline for submitting petition form and supporting documents has been extended to October 24, 2012 and must be postmarked on or before that date. 
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remission Documents

Disclaimer

The United States Department of Justice has retained Rust Consulting, Inc. to evaluate claimed losses for remission purposes for the victims of Thomas J. Petters fraud scheme. Readers are strongly cautioned against engaging the services of any person or entity who claims to have the ability to expedite the payment of restored funds. Restored funds will be disbursed to all verified victims at the same time and no victim will receive priority of payment over another.

If you have questions, please refer to the FAQ’s and the other information posted here.

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