Your application will be deemed as having been made only after your identity is revealed and you furnish CCCS with either all the evidence available to you relating to the cartel, or at least a list of the evidence to be disclosed by you at a later point in time. It is therefore in your interest to satisfy these requirements as soon as possible, since the degree of leniency for which you may be eligible will depend on whether your leniency application was the first one to be made.
There are several ways of contacting CCCS when making a leniency application. You can contact CCCS either by using our online form, by email, by telephone or in person.
The online form is a convenient way for you to make a leniency application. However, our online forms do not support attachments. If you wish to submit supporting documents, we recommend that you email to us.
If you have supporting documents, download the CCCS's Leniency Application Form, and email the completed form together with the supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By telephone or in Person
You can also speak to our officers by telephone or arrange to meet in person. Call our hotline on 1800- 325 8282 to set up an appointment, and ask to speak to the Assistant Chief Executive (Legal,Enforcement & Consumer Protection) or the Directors of the Legal and Enforcement Divisions with regard to leniency matters.
You can also approach CCCS through a law firm, who can speak to CCCS on your behalf.