[arin-ppml] Fraud reporting question

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Tue Jun 23 13:39:01 EDT 2015


Funny :-)

I was talking about fraud reports, not messages posted here.  Anecdotally, I know of several people (now including me) who've submitted fraud reports and never heard anything back.

At least someone at ARIN has a sense of humor.  (At least, I prefer that interpretation to the other  possibilities!)

-Adam

On June 23, 2015 12:05:43 PM CDT, Nate Davis <ndavis at arin.net> wrote:
>This is probably not the right place to ask, but I'm unsure where to
>best ask.
>And at least it's somewhat relevant given recent talk of large actors
>in the CNNIC area gaming ARIN...
>
>1) when someone submits a fraud report to ARIN, how are they supposed
>to communicate additional information on that ticket? Nothing in the
>responses from ARIN provide a URL or email address for submitting
>further information. If the complainant submits further information
>through the fraud reporting form online, a brand new ticket gets
>created with no linkage to the original.
>
>2) how long should someone expect to wait to hear back from a human?
>Even an acknowledgement (non-automated) would go a long way to
>addressing the feeling most people would have that their submission
>went into a black hole.
>
>3) why can't I submit a fraud report if I'm logged in to ARIN online?
>Claiming it's about anonymity is questionable when any complainant has
>to provide contact info anyway!
>
>So, not policy-related per se, yet it sort-of is.
>
>-Adam
>--
>Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
>
>Adam – I wanted to acknowledge receipt of your questions posted to PPML
>and let you know that we will respond as
>soon as possible.  Many of us, involved in the responses to your
>questions, are in various meetings today but will
>reply back to you (and PPML) as soon as we can.
>
>Regards,
>
>Nate Davis
>Chief Operating Officer
>American Registry for Internet Numbers

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