I've been asked by someone who has had a fraud claim lodged against them with Centrelink to provide a letter saying that the claim is untrue. Now, the information they told me about what they've been dobbed in for - I am fairly certain is untrue. Here's the thing... I don't really want to get involved. I'm not privy to this person's life details, and while I have known them for a long time, they're not someone I've really had a lot to do with. I'm all for the truth being told... but I just don't feel comfortable giving information (especially to a Government agency) when I am uncertain of all the details. I am sure there are many different outcomes for this person depending on whether I do or do not say anything. I feel like I'm in a sticky situation, because I am one of very few people that might have an idea about this... my parents would probably the best people to go to, but they're overseas until the end of the week and Centrelink apparently wants a letter before then. What would you do in this situation?