Alternatively, call +603-7876 9000, send an email to [email protected], or register an online complaint by filling out the e-form on the National Consumer Complaints Centre’s website.
- 1. You can report a Seller or a Product by clicking on the ‘Notification’ symbol located at the top right of the Seller’s homepage or the Product’s homepage on the eBay website. To provide feedback, select ‘Feedback’ from the dropdown menu.
- 1 How do I report an online seller?
- 2 Where can I report online sellers in Malaysia?
- 3 How do I report online scammer in Malaysia?
- 4 How do I complain about online shopping?
- 5 What can you do if you get scammed online?
- 6 How can I get my money back after being scammed online Malaysia?
- 7 Can make police report online Malaysia?
- 8 How do I make a consumer complaint?
- 9 How do I report someone in Malaysia?
- 10 How do I get my money back from an online purchase?
How do I report an online seller?
Send your consumer concerns about an online vendor to the Department of Trade and Industry’s Fair-Trade Enforcement Bureau at [email protected] if you want to make a formal complaint. Please provide the email address [email protected] in the body of your complaint.
Where can I report online sellers in Malaysia?
Customers who are not happy with the pricing or quality of products or services may contact the MDTCC by calling the toll-free number provided below (1-800-886-800) Web address for the e-Aduan system: http://e-aduan.kpmdnhep.gov.my/
How do I report online scammer in Malaysia?
The public can contact BNMTELELINK by phone at 1300-88-5465 or by email at [email protected] to report or ask about incidents that appear to be suspicious or suspicious-appearing in nature.
How do I complain about online shopping?
The public can report or ask about possibly suspicious or questionable instances by contacting BNMTELELINK at 1300-88-5465 or by email at [email protected]
What can you do if you get scammed online?
It is recommended that if you have been scammed that you contact your local law enforcement agency and your state consumer protection authority to see if they can take any action against the perpetrator(s). Scams can also be reported to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission online or by phone at (877) 382-4357.
How can I get my money back after being scammed online Malaysia?
Financial frauds are investigated by Bank Negara Malaysia. They might be able to track down where your money has gone, and if they’re successful, they could be able to recover it from the perpetrators. If you want to lodge a complaint with BNM, you may do so by calling their BNMTELELINK number, which is 1300 88 5465. (1-300-88-LINK).
Can make police report online Malaysia?
The RMP e-Reporting System is a service provided by the RMP that allows members of the public to submit police reports online that do not involve criminal proceedings and/or do not necessitate further police investigation. On the 10th of March, 2017, Ismail Police Station was closed.
How do I make a consumer complaint?
Within one month after the date of the order, a dissatisfied consumer may register a complaint directly with the national commission or file an appeal against a judgment of the state commission, whichever is the case. In order to file a complaint with the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, you must submit a demand draft in the name of the Registrar of the Commission.
How do I report someone in Malaysia?
You can file a complaint with us using the website http://aduan.skmm.gov.my/ or through any other complaint channel authorized by the Malaysian Consumer Protection Commission. We will investigate your complaint and work with you to resolve any problems you may be experiencing.
How do I get my money back from an online purchase?
If you meet the requirements for a return but the vendor refuses to refund your money, you have several options:
- Write a complaint letter: we offer suggestions to assist you in doing so, as well as an example complaint letter. Consider obtaining assistance from a consumer advocacy organization such as Call for Action, Consumer Action, or the Better Business Bureau.