Submit tip-offs anonymously
Do you have valuable information for us, but you will be personally at risk the moment it becomes known that you have helped ACM obtain this information, for example, you might lose your job, your supplier might no longer be interested in doing business with you, or you might lose customers? In that case, you may submit your tip-off anonymously to our special intelligence unit. Our intelligence unit is specially trained to deal with your anonymity in a proper manner. They are happy to tell you more about what we do to safeguard your anonymity. Please be assured that keeping your identity a secret is our top priority.
How does ACM’s intelligence unit operate?
In the first phone call, we will briefly explain how our intelligence unit operates, and what you can expect from us. In addition, we will ask you to briefly explain what your tip-off is about. In most cases, we will then schedule a personal meeting with you.
In the personal meeting, we will tell you more about what we do to safeguard your anonymity as much as possible. Also, we will discuss with you the requirements you need to meet in order to qualify as an anonymous informer. This personal meeting thus gives you and us the opportunity to decide whether you wish to become or whether you qualify as an anonymous informer to ACM.
When dealing with our intelligence unit, please note that any action you take is of your own volition, and that, at any time, you can decide to end communication, no questions asked.
How can ACM’s intelligence unit be reached?
We completely understand that it can be a huge step to pass on incriminating information about your employer, customers or suppliers. That is why we would like to make it as easy as possible for you to submit your tip-off. Our intelligence unit can be reached directly by calling +31-70–722-2500.
If you wish to contact us outside office hours or on the weekend, we will do our best to answer your call.
More information about how ACM deals with informers
The ACM Policy Rule on Informers contains more information about how we deal with informers, and explains what the requirements are to qualify as an anonymous informer by ACM.
- ACM Policy rule on informers (PDF - 321KB)
Do you wish to submit a tip-off but there is no need to remain anonymous?