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Instructions for Requesting Confirmation that an Institution was FDIC-Insured on the Date of an Offense
The FDIC's Executive Secretary Section can assist prosecutors who need to prove an institution's insured status under a criminal statute by providing a "proof" of insured status. A proof includes:
A request for a proof of insured status must be made on the letter-head of the requesting law enforcement agency. Requests are accepted by fax only. The requesting agency should send its request via fax to (202) 898-8788. A request should include the following information:
If the documents are requested by overnight mail, the requestor should also provide a Federal Express or similar account number to which the delivery cost can be billed.
More specific questions about the process of providing proofs can also be sent to the FDIC fax number provided above.
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