By using the Commission’s anonymous whistleblowing tool, you can help the Commission detect cartels while remaining anonymous.
The online tool is secure and allows you to communicate with Commission staff via an anonymous mailbox.
Tips to protect your identity
When you submit a report, we recommend that you:
use a personal device and not a work device, in a trusted location
clear your browser history after submitting a report
ensure that you don’t include any information that may identify you – for example, in addition to your name and contact details, you may be identifiable from your role in the company, your gender, your work experience or qualifications, or how you learned about the cartel conduct
do not share your login details with anyone else
make sure that the internet connection is secure (your browser should display a lock symbol next to the URL).
To submit a confidential report via the whistleblowing tool please copy and paste this link into your browser:
This anonymous communication tool is for reporting cartel conduct (under the Commerce Act 1986). We may pass your report on if it raises issues that are better suited to another government organisation (for example, the Police, the Serious Fraud Office or the Department of Internal Affairs).