Report Unusual Activity

Prior to filing out the Unusual Activity Report (UAR), it is important to understand that Ripple does not own the XRP Ledger and the users of the XRP Ledger are not customers of Ripple. Therefore, Ripple does not have the power to reverse transactions, even in the case of a reported financial loss (ex: theft).

Please read the following information and terms and conditions.

This form should only be used to report unusual activity such as thefts, phishing websites, giveaway scams, unrecognized currencies, unrecognized gateways/exchanges and concerns related to potential sanctions violations, money laundering, unauthorized transactions and/or other financial crimes that you have witnessed on the XRP Ledger.

Information submitted via this form may be used or disclosed by Ripple in connection with evaluating or investigating your report. Additionally, Ripple may provide information from this report to federal, state, local, or international law enforcement or regulatory agencies for possible investigation. By submitting this report, you give us permission to use and disclose this information in these ways. Furthermore, you certify that all information is true and correct to the best of your knowledge.