Sometimes there are just more than enough reasons to do certain things; that is the case when it comes to Chinese scam/fraud report. Sometimes, you can’t just be too careful or smart. So, when the unexpected happens what do you do? REPORT!!!!
Reporting Chinese activity is simply one of the best ways to fight back. By doing this:
- You will safe others from falling victim
- You will greatly damage the reputation of such Chinese merchant or supplier
Here comes the ultimate question: where do I report Chinese scam or fraud? There are so many website where you can report such unscrupulous acts. Some are listed below.
|ACORN||acorn.gov.au||Australian readers should consider reporting online scams to the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN).|
|Action Fraud||actionfraud.police.uk||If you reside in the UK you can report a Chinese scam to Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre.|
|AlibabaScam||alibabascam.com||This website’s sole focus is on reporting scams on the popular Chinese platform Alibaba.com.
Readers are encouraged to submit their “denunciations” on rogue suppliers.
|All Scams Forum||allscamsforum.com||This simple forum allows users to submit their reports on a wide range of scams.|
|Complaints Board||complaintsboard.com||Complaints Board is a comprehensive consumer complaints website.
Although there are no categories specific to China, their search function is very useful and many Chinese scams are reported.
|FTC Complaint Assistant||ftccomplaintassistant.gov||Our readers from the US may like to consider submitting details of a Chinese scam to the Federal Trade Commission.
Complaints from consumers are used to help detect patterns of fraud and abuse.
|Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)||ic3.gov||Managed by the FBI, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) may be a useful website for US readers to report more serious Chinese scams.|
|Ripoff Report||ripoffreport.com||Primarily targeted at US consumers, Ripoff Report is probably the world’s most visited scam reporting website.
There are no China-specific categories but reports can be filed in a wide variety of circumstances.
|Scam.com||scam.com||Scam.com is a free whistleblower message board to discuss and expose scams, rip offs and scammers.
There are no China-specific forums but many relevant postings.
|Scambook||scambook.com||Scambook is a complaint resolution platform – users report fraudulent companies and Scambook’s investigators try to resolve with the company.
Many complaints are registered about Chinese companies but presumably their success rate is very low.
|ScamWarners||scamwarners.com||ScamWarners is a popular website with a wide range of forums for different types of scams.
Although there are no China-specific forums, there are many posts and it is easy to follow.
|Supplier Blacklist||supplierblacklist.com||Supplier Blacklist is a user-generated list of unsafe suppliers, and Chinese companies feature prominently on their postings.|
|The Wholesale Forums||thewholesaleforums.co.uk||You can report a Chinese scam on their Bad Supplier Experiences forum|
Please, let me know if you have other websites to report Chinese scams.