If you have strong reasons for believing that you are dealing with a business entity or people who may have breached the law, you should report the matter to the relevant authorities.

Reporting to CASE

If you feel that pressurising and unfair tactics have been used by a business entity to get you to part with your money and you would like CASE’s assistance to recover the money that you have paid, you may lodge a complaint with CASE. Click here for more information on how to contact CASE.

Reporting to the Police

If you have strong reasons to show that a person has committed an offence that falls outside the legislation that ACRA administers, you may lodge a complaint with the police. For example, Penal Code offences should be reported to the police. Click here for more information on how to contact Commercial Affairs Department.

Reporting to ACRA

You may make a complaint with supporting information to ACRA if you have good reasons showing that the business entity has breached the laws that ACRA administers. A complaint can be sent to:

Investigation Department
Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority
10 Anson Road
#05-01/15
Singapore 079903

Alternatively, you may click here to lodge a complaint. Click here for some examples of breaches by business entities which you may report to us.

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