Report internet dating scam
I never heard of these reports making any difference. ) should be reported to the law enforcement offices which deal with criminals (the police, FBI, FSB, MVD, etc...) Please note, this is NOT a link exchange page.
If you don't know how to do it, LEARN before you send your report. They maintain their own blacklists, and this info is important.While there is no way to promise an arrest, or that you will get your money back, this is how we make a difference, the eventually can lead to vast reductions in online fraud.Each of these automatically distributes this information throughout our network and will appear of different places on the webs, such as Facebook, where it both makes it easier for victims and potential victims to identify Scammers before it is too late, or to confirm they were scammed.By reporting your Fraudsters and Scammers you are helping to alert other potential victims, since they will be able to find your report on Google and other search engines, as well as drive this data upstream to services that can use this to identify Fraudsters and Scammers on their services, such as Money Transfer Services.Even governments that receive our data can us it (if they chose) to investigate them and pursue criminal action.You should report scams to: *** Your local police station.
They may also advice you what to do and where to report further. They have a special Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) *** Nigerian scams you can also report to a special organization created in Nigeria to fight 419 and other financial cybercrime, EFCC: The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Russian scams you can (and should! You can use online translator, for example Google to translate the page (recommended). 2) Another place to report Russian scammers is MVD of Russia, aka MOI (Ministry of the Interior of Russia).
So the report you make now may just save someone else from being scammed.
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Below are the links to the sites I personally like, find useful, also pages of my friends, helpers, scambaiters and other good stuff that I recommend. There are many different scamlists on the web, no need to name them all, just do a Google search.
I occasionally visit them all, usually after googling some name or e-mail, but the ones I personally like, re-visit and use the most are: *** Stop-scammers.
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