How do I report an online business in China?

How do I report a website in China?

Citizens can file a reporting on the special reporting site http://www.shdf.gov.cn/cms/html/190/1952/List-1.html. The NCAC has traditionally been extremely busy and understaffed, which has led to it being very particular as to which cases it chooses to enforce.

How do I report a fake online business?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the main agency that collects scam reports. Report the scam to the FTC online, or by phone at 1-877-382-4357 (9:00 AM – 8:00 PM, ET).

How do I report a Chinese company?

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce operates a complaint line in English for firms to register complaints about Chinese businesses. You can lodge complains and request assistance through their online service (English language only)

How do I report international business?

Your complaints help the FTC and law enforcement agencies conduct investigations, bring lawsuits and prevent international scams. If you have a complaint about international scams or cross-border fraud, report it at www.econsumer.gov.

How can I get my money back after being scammed online?

File a report online with the FTC, or by phone at (877) 382-4357. These reports are used by government agencies to recognize scam patterns. Some may even take action against companies or industries based on those reports. However, most agencies do not follow up on complaints and cannot recoup lost funds.

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Can I report a Chinese company to the BBB?

Unfortunately there is no Better Business Bureau in China or in most parts of Asia where you can take your grievances. So you can cross that one off your list of options.

Can I report a Chinese company to trading standards?

You can take your complaint to the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC), which oversees consumer protection in China.

Can you sue Chinese companies?

Foreign companies can and do win cases against Chinese companies in Chinese courts. Before suing in a Chinese court, though, it is important to understand some basics about its court system. First, an American or European company usually faces no jurisdictional bar to suing a Chinese company in Mainland China.