ExposeIT FAQ

ExposeIT the only true anonymous whistleblowing app.

The system is developed in a way that the identity of a user cannot be traced trough the system.  It does not records things like IP addresses or telephone numbers.  We are in the process of getting the solution certified by Ethics SA who requires full anonymity before they will certify any solution.

Go to your Appstore or Play store and download ExposeIT.

Go to dropdown list and type your business name and select relevant name.

Use any name for a username – preferably not your real name – one cannot see the username of the user on the dashboard.

Enter any 4-digit code to protect access to the App

Click on the pen and start your report in the bottom tab – similar to WhatsAPP

ExposeIT is a powerful whistleblowing tool to provide a safe, 100% anonymous and confidential voice to employees who may be victims of, or bear witness to, inappropriate behaviour of any kind that could impact on them directly or on their institution or organisation. Being part of a company, its culture and values, reporting unethical behaviour should proudly be embraced by all employees. By downloading this App you have an easy, inexpensive and anonymous platform.

Any mobile device which you feel comfortable with and not restricted to employees with corporate owned devices.

No alternative. That said, there is no negative impact to use the App from your private phone device.

It is an independent app and have no capabilities to monitor any other app or obtain information which is stored on your mobile device.

There is no limitation as to what can be reported.

Incidents may include:

  • Fraud
  • Corruption
  • Dishonesty
  • Abuse of assets
  • Discrimination
  • Ethics or criminal violations such as corruption, cheating, theft or plagiarism

The tool should however not be abused for personal views/ blogging/ advertising or utilized as a chat room.

The App require storage space like any other mobile app from the Playstore. Browse your phone and enable space by deleting non-relevant videos, pictures or non-utilized applications.

The WhatsApp media folder is known to accumulate and utilize storage capacity. Alternatively, enable space on your phone by copying information to your existing backup storage device i.e. private pc or memory stick or obtain a SD card with additional storage.

Yes, it is. There is no method to trace the reporter. No geographical location tracking is possible either.

The unique benefit for all users is the anonymity feature, therefore ensuring that the information is confidential and that the informant is protected throughout the whole process.

Please uninstall the App. Then re-install the app as a new user with a new pin code. Due to the anonymity, there is no technical support on the pin for any individual as no records are kept.

You can refer to your internal IT support team or the user manual for further assistance.

Yes, the App allows 100% true anonymous 2-way communication.

The App itself use trivial amounts of data. Data usage however will increase which is dependent on the size of the evidence you want to upload.

There are no restrictions in terms of the size.

In this policy ‘Whistleblowing’ means the reporting by employees of suspected misconduct, illegal acts or failure to act within the Council. The aim of this Policy is to encourage employees and others who have serious concerns about any aspect of the Council’s work to come forward and voice those concerns.

The Whistle-blower Policy is intended to encourage employees and others to make good faith reports of suspected fraud, corruption, or other improper activity, or health and safety concerns within the Business and to describe the process that will be followed by them.

An individual “blows the whistle” when they disclose information which relates to suspected wrongdoing or dangers at work. Whistleblowing concerns usually relate to the conduct of managers or staff, but they may sometimes relate to the actions of a third party, such as a customer, supplier or service provider.

A whistle-blower (also written as whistle-blower or whistle blower) is a person who exposes any kind of information or activity that is deemed illegal, unethical, or not correct within an organization that is either private or public. … Because of this, a number of laws exist to protect whistle-blowers.

According to the Protected Disclosure Act 26 of 2000 and Protected Disclosure Amended Act 5 of 2017 a Whistle blower who made a report in good faith may not be fired or victimised in any way by his/her employer.  The employer must put measures in place to protect the whistle-blower.

Whistle blowing means calling attention to wrongdoing that is occurring within an organization.

The presence of honesty allows for complete dedication to the organization’s mission and success. By encouraging a whistle blowing culture, the organization promotes transparent structure and effective, clear communication. More importantly, whistle blowing can protect the organization’s clients. 40% of dishonesty is discovered through whistleblowing.

It is difficult to speak up about unethical behaviour, such as harassment or fraud, without access to a reporting channel that allows for secure and anonymous dialogue. Many potential whistle-blowers fear for repercussions or contempt.  Whistleblowing is the process that allows people to speak up anonymously.

Whistle-blowers can be remunerated for the information they supply but as a rule it is not good practice to reimburse whistle-blowers.

Under the Employers Whistle blowing policy if an employee “blows the whistle” they will receive protection from being dismissed or victimised (i.e. by being subjected to a detriment) because of their whistleblowing. … The whistle-blower will lose any statutory protection if they commit an offence when making the disclosure.

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