We strive to run Tradedoubler in a long-term and sustainable manner. We are therefore dedicated to ensuring that irregularities that might seriously damage the company or our employees should be drawn attention to and investigated as early as possible. We have set up a whistleblowing solution to make it easier for those who wish to provide information about irregularities that are in breach of applicable legislation. All reports are received and handled by an external agent.

Please note that only persons directly connected to Tradedoubler’s operations are covered by the protections in whistleblowing legislation (the Protections for Persons Reporting Irregularities Act (SFS 2021:890).

Reporting via Internal Whistleblowing Channels

Reporting can take place in writing via the website or verbally by phone at +46 (0)77 177 99 77. You can choose to remain anonymous in both of these reporting channels. If you would like to report via an in-person meeting, this can be requested by registering a report on the website The in-person meeting will be held by agreement either with a representative from Tradedoubler or with Tradedoubler’s provider of whistleblowing services, 2Secure.


When registering a new report on, you must state the company-specific code tbr726 to identify that the report is being made for Tradedoubler. On the website, you will be asked to answer a number of questions about the matter to which the report relates. You can remain anonymous and are assigned a unique case number and password, which must be saved so that you can actively log in to the website, monitor the report and communicate with the case officer at 2Secure.


Once a report has been registered, it is processed by experienced case officers at 2Secure, who will contact Tradedoubler’s primary contact person based on a predetermined contact list with several names. If the primary contact person is the subject of the report, another person on the contact list will be informed. It is always Tradedoubler who ultimately assesses the report and decides what measures are to be taken.


What Can Be Reported?

The law applies when reporting a misconduct in a work-related context that there is a public interest in them coming to light. The law also applies to the reporting of misconduct in a work-related context in accordance with Directive (EU) 2019/1937. The misconduct must be work related, and you must have come across it in your professional

Examples of “qualified” whistles

– Bribes

– Personal gain

– Systematic

– Internal acceptance

– Fraud

– Harassment and Discrimination

– Systematic

– Internal acceptance

– Public interest

Examples of “unqualified” whistles/what is not a “whistle”?

– HR matters

– Work environment problems

– Opinions on leadership

– Views on change


See our Whistleblowing Policy for further information and guidance.