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Cameroon issues toll-free number to report unlawful practices in markets

Cameroon issues toll-free number to report unlawful practices in markets
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(Business in Cameroon) - Since September 25, 2019, victims or witnesses of any unlawful practice in Cameroonian markets can freely and anonymously notify the ministry of trade on the toll-free number 1502. It can also be used to report corrupt agents of the ministerial department.

This number should help members of the fraud and forgery fighting squad who have, in recent months, been hinted about fraudsters and forgers by anonymous tips.

This line is open during official working hours from Monday to Friday and can be accessed by anyone with any telecom network.

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