complaint-legalIn adhering to law and Operational Policy System (for which we benchmark current ISO/IEC 17011), the GOB Platform promptly acts on matters of complaints involving signatories and bearers and we regard with appropriate and adequate levels of importance. This responds to a dignify purpose as a public trust, and to this effect we hold accredited entities to purpose in a manner consistent with laws. Laws that include anti-corruption, anti-fraud and antitrust.

    If you are a concern consumer, community or third-party, with concerns in regards to the activities of the GOB we provide information in this herein web address,, contact us or contact your National Consumer Protection. For information regarding complaints (or disputes) download one-page document for guidance.

    Please reference One-Page document for information on the complaints - dispute and contacting the GOB or the California USA Department of Justice.

We welcome complaints from other sources providing accreditation and recognition activities whether the purpose is Regulatory Affairs, Communities and Consumers. within the boundaries of our activities attune to our Charter. Through contact us please provide information on complaints and we can identify whom to reroute at the same time keeping you informed. Please assure sending information, evidence, records or otherwise evidence to substantiate the complaint. 

As a California USA based public trust any complaints directly to us or to any of our accredited entities can be carry through directly to us or may escalate to the Department of Justice State Government California. Alternatively, if the complaint is piracy of our mark contact us and visit Piracy of our Mark - Logo listing.



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