It is called the PCAOB Center for Enforcement Tips, Complaints and other Information. But it really is an engraved invitation to whistleblowers. Individuals are encouraged to contact the PCAOB via its Web site, by e-mail, via a 800 telephone number, or by mail with information concerning "any matter relating to the PCAOB and its responsibilities under the "Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002."

Specifically, the Center is intended to make it easier to file a complaint or provide tips on "potential violations by a registered public accounting firm or its associated persons, of the Act, the rules of the PCAOB or other applicable law."

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