(Note: This procedure is only valid at the time of the writing, which is March 2013. I don’t know if Sulit will be making changes to their website, thus making some of the steps below inapplicable. But just try them out, and see what happens. Notify me so I can either update this blog, or write a new one)
I decided to write this blog after learning that some people that were also scammed at that website, but did not know how to properly report the incident. The fact that these Scammers do not get reported contributes to the reason why there are a lot of them in that website.
The good news is that Sulit does have an effective Admin that addresses your concerns as long as you provide them with the correct information, in the proper way. The bad news is that they can go no further than just banning the Scammer and deleting their accounts. They won’t be able to help you get your money back, nor help you report the incident to the proper authorities.
Of course, the Scammer can just set up new accounts, and start posting at Sulit again. However, at least you will be able to make the life of scamming people more difficult for them. They need to set up new e-mail addresses and new identities since Sulit now has more stringent rules for online retailers. Also, you will be able to help keep other people from being scammed, albeit temporarily.
‘Signing Up to be a Member of Sulit.com’
If you are not a member or registered to the site, you need to sign up to be member or register so you can use the full function of the site. You can do this by going to the sign up page, whose link I am posting below. It is easier nowadays since you can use your Facebook account (if you have one. But which Filipino now doesn’t?). If you are the few Filipinos not on Facebook yet, you can also use an e-mail address to register.