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Waste • Fraud • Harassment • Employee Feedback

Since 2005, WhistleBlower Security has been the affordable choice for organizations that want to identify waste, fraud, harassment, and other misconduct through an anonymous employee helpline.


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Toll Free Live Answer Multilingual Helplines

A team of professionals are available 24/7/365. We live-answer our helpline in English, French and Spanish and offer interpretation services for 150 additional languages. Your employees can speak up in their own language and in their own time zone.

Versatile Case Management System

Intuitive, powerful, and easy to use

Increase engagement between employees and organizations to help create a culture of integrity. The case manager interface is designed to be user-friendly and intuitive making it easy for management to review the list of complaints, the status of each investigation (pending, active, closed etc.), as well as how many complaints are deemed urgent.

Data Migration & Integration

Migrate Existing Data

Never lose track of your historical case management data. Our migration and integration solutions are designed to keep your data safe and confidential at all times. IntegrityCounts works seamlessly to collect, store and collaborate data efficiently and conveniently providing you with clear insights into each and every case without interruption.

Frequently Asked Questions

We now have an FAQ list that we hope will help you answer some of the more common ones.

What is whistleblowing?

It's speaking up about any type of wrongdoing that, if left unknown, could have seriously damaging effects on an organization, entity, or people. Whistleblowing is letting management know about something bad that is happening that they would otherwise not know about.

What is a whistleblower helpline?

It's a safe place where employees (or other stakeholders) can voice their concerns about their employer in a manner that maintains the employer's integrity, and the employees' safety.

A whistleblower hotline goes by many names:

  • Fraud, waste and abuse helpline
  • Intake helpline
  • Reporting helpline
  • Ethics helpline
  • Compliance line
  • Speak-up line

Why should a company incorporate an employee reporting helpline?

They encourage a speak-up culture: If there is wrongdoing happening inside the organization, there's at least one person who knows it's happening. Most employees prefer to report wrongdoing anonymously so allowing them to do so ensures the company becomes aware of wrongdoing sooner.

Know about misconduct sooner: Knowing about misconduct sooner enables organizations to put a stop to it earlier. The sooner you know about it, the less revenue loss and reputational damage.

Understand a deeper issue: Dig deeper to get to the root of an issue. This is the chance to take what is learned and apply it to existing policies, procedures and workplace practices making them even stronger.

Communication with the anonymous reporter: Helpline agents that are trained in empathetic communication and are able to customize the communication with each anonymous caller. This way the organization is able to obtain important information about a certain incident.

Avoid violations and legal battles: Many organizations that face regulatory violations didn't have a mechanism in place for employees to report misconduct. Regulators have been known to lessen penalties or drop them altogether if an organization has done its due diligence and taken appropriate steps to address and investigate issues.


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