I Paid a Bribe (IPAB) is an online initiative that focuses on Retail Corruption. It is the largest online crowd-sourced anti-corruption platform in the world today. IPAB uses a crowd-sourcing model to collect bribe reports, and to build a repository of corruption-related data across government departments. It empowers citizens, governments, and advocacy organizations to tackle retail corruption both within India and increasingly throughout the world.

Since its launch in 2010, I Paid A Bribe (IPAB) has received around 10 million visits, recorded over 47,000 bribe reports amounting to over Rs 280 crores from more than 600 cities and towns in India. It has also been scaled to 25 countries, with 12 more in the process of launching their own IPAB sites