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An Amateur Skeptic’s Guide to Reporting a Rort

“Report a Rort” should over time become a comprehensive database with concise and easy to access information for the public on what is required when reporting a misleading claim, and who to direct that complaint towards.

It will be developed as I submit my own reports, along with consultation with others who are experienced in dealing with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) or Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC). This should not be considered a completed reference, but one that is self-correcting should any new information be forthcoming.

You can find out more on this blog, and myself in the About section, or for a quick start, click “work-flow” in the Menu for an overview of whom to report to.


About Bayani

Bayani is an advocate of rational thought and free-thinking; he dislikes ignorance and apathy, encourages others to thoroughly investigate the extraordinary claims they encounter, and to question underlying assumptions about their beliefs.


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