Storage Spoofing Port of Rotterdam

Storage Spoofing - English

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Storage Spoofing is an umbrella term to describe all varieties of the sale of non-existent storage capacities and stocks of resources and materials at the terminals in Rotterdam’s port area. The targets for this type of fraud are national and multinational companies that either operate or are looking for storage facilities in the port area, as well as all potential buyers of the goods stored at these terminals. These goods are offered under false pretences but turn out to be non-existent.

If you have information regarding suspicious websites or organizations, we will be sure to verify your input and add the website to our blacklist if neccessary. You can find us at

Please note that we cannot investigate individual cases, nor can we provide assistance in ongoing cases. If you need help in finding out if any deal on offer is deemed suspicious or to share an occurrence of fraud, we have partnered up with TCT, where a department for Enhanced Due Diligence Solutions has been set up. Find out more.



You can find our complete series on storage spoofing here:

1. Introduction: Storage Spoofing

2. Too good to be true

3. Public Prosecution Service

4. Practical tools for prevention

5. How to spot a fake website

6. How to take fake websites offline