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we help you?
Do you think that an undertaking is not playing by the rules? And does it involve rules monitored by the AFTA? Do you suspect that your competitors conclude price-fixing agreements? Or is an undertaking abusing its dominant position? Any information can help us identify and stop violations. So please contact us using the form below. This form allows you to submit a tip-off or notify a possible violation to us.
When you complete and submit this complaint form, the complaints coordinator of the AFTA will automatically receive your complaint. The complaints coordinator will send you an acknowledgement of receipt of the complaint by e-mail within five business days after receipt. Within four weeks after submission of the complaint, the complaints coordinator will inform you in writing of the handling of the complaint.
Please provide a brief and factual description of your complaint. A complaint may concern:
- dissatisfaction with the conduct or any omission of the AFTA as an organization;
- dissatisfaction with the conduct or any omission of an employee of the AFTA. If the complaint concerns the manner in which an employee of the AFTA functioned or acted in a particular case, please provide the name of that employee.
Please attach copies of relevant documents pertaining to your complaint.
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