You can report misleading or false marketing to the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority.
You can report an investment scam to the Financial Supervisory Authority and/or to the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority.
You can report scams involving the marketing of foods, such as food supplements, to the Finnish Food Authority
If you suspect a pyramid scheme or money collection that is actually a business, you can report it to the National Police Board’s Gambling Administration.
Information on actual or attempted information security violations, including phishing or denial of service attacks, can be reported to the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority’s National Cyber Security Centre.
If you suspect that an organisation or person is processing personal data in violation of data protection legislation, you can report them to the Data Protection Ombudsman.
If you see scams or fraudulent advertising on different marketing platforms, you can also report them directly on the platform in question. This allows the platform to take down inappropriate material.
You can also leave a report in the database of the web service www.econsumer.gov. With the help of this database, the enforcement authorities in different countries can be informed of attempts at cross-border online scams. The web service is maintained by the International Network of Marketing Authorities (ICPEN). The Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority is a member of this network.