Online Fraud and Scams

Read our latest Fraud Alert to learn about how to protect yourself from Online Fraud and Scams that are surfacing.

It's so easy to become a victim. It can happen fast. Before you know it, you've clicked "send" or put your money in the mail and you're out hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Scam artists work full-time at ripping you off. And after one scam bites the dust, the scam artists are ready with another one. It's no wonder so many people fall for the next generation scam. Write your experience, report fraud!

How to Spot Advertising Scams on the Internet (Useful tips 2017)

How to Spot Advertising Scams on the Internet (Useful tips 2017)

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Fraudsters cash in by targeting people looking for love (Video)

Fraudsters cash in by targeting people looking for love (Video)

You meet on the internet. Then the “relationship” progresses; you email, talk on the phone and trade pictures. Finally, you make plans to meet and even make marriage plans. As the relationship gets stronger, the requests start to change.They ask you to wire them money; needs bus fare to visit a sick uncle.

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Top tips to avoid online scams

Top tips to avoid online scams
What you can do to protect yourself To protect your identity and cash from online scammers: - only allow someone to remotely access your computer if they are from a trusted source, such as your internet service provider - create passwords which are long, unique and use a mix of random numbers and lower and upper case letters. The longer the passwor...
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Scams to Watch For in 2017

Scams to Watch For in 2017

The year may be winding down, but not the ploys that have proved most successful for scammers. Here are the top fraud trends—and what to watch out for in 2017.

Phone Cheats
Fraudsters let their fingers do the stalking, especially when targeting older Americans. Crooks will call you, claiming to be tech-support workers who are hunting viruses, utility company bill collectors or even your own grandchildren calling for help from a Mexican jail. In other variations, con artists make pitches for credit cards, extended warranties, and phony sweepstakes and lotteries.

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ATO warns fraudsters have scammed Aussies of $1.5m this year

ATO warns fraudsters have scammed Aussies of $1.5m this year
AUSTRALIANS have been scammed $1.5 million this year by fraudsters posing as tax officials demanding personal information and cash. Scammers make contact via fake emails, text messages and phone calls, impersonating employees from the Australian Taxation Office requesting the details to steal hard earned cash. “We have already seen a fivefold incre...
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Jessica Winter - Florida, USA

Jessica Winter - Florida, USA
This girl, “Jessica” aka  Elizabeth Biney  said she had a sick mom and asked me to marry her, etc, etc. Was drawn into it and only changed my mind after she asked for $600 for “medical bills” but couldn’t give specific details why. Managed to get her phone and email, so posted here incase anyone else is duped like I was!   Email Addr...
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Multi-Level Marketing (MLM)

Multi-Level Marketing (MLM)

You see the ads all the time: "Make millions now, no manager" or "Work on your own, start $12,000 per week." Maybe you saw the ad in the paper, or maybe you received it by e-mail.

Yes, we're talking about Multi-Level Marketing, also known as "MLM"

MLM: Once Legitimate, Now a Scam

Once upon a time, multi-level marketing was a legitimate business which provided a way for small companies to get their unique products to consumers in small towns and rural areas which had no access to these products. At this time, the products sold themselves, and the multi-level aspect was a way of giving a small reward to those who had worked hard to build the organization. But the focus was always on the product.

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Banking fraud

Banking fraud

Jef who tells his story in the video above, was recently the victim of online banking fraud, where criminals repeatedly gained remote access to his computer and changed his address on his bank account, thereby getting new cards sent to the new address. 

This is what he said: 'I first discovered something was wrong when I logged online to my bank account and noticed money had been moved from one account to another account that I don't use anymore. When I looked closer, I saw money had been withdrawn from a cashpoint in Manchester on a day I was in London. I knew instantly I had been targeted.

'I immediately called my bank who confirmed it was fraud and froze my account. I went straight to my local branch and spent a while going through everything including ID and security questions. They changed all my bank details and put a block on any telephone banking. It turns out these fraudsters just called up the bank and by using my online details, pretended to be me in order to get my address and contact numbers changed so they could take my money.

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Is the email about free Gap gift certificates true - or ?

Is the email about free Gap gift certificates true - or ?
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Hi! My name is Janelle McCan, Founder of the Gap. I am offering thirty five dollar gift certificates to every seven people you send this to. When you have finished sending this letter to as many people as you wish, a screen will come up. It will tell you how much you have earned in Gap gift certificates. Print that screen out and bring it to your l...
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Eugenia Nelson - Lugansk (Ukraine)

Eugenia Nelson - Lugansk (Ukraine)

Eugenia is a fraud, plain and simple. I got hooked into buying her technology, such as webcams, and paying her international phone bills up to $250, which I am convinced was another scam on her part.

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Online dating fraud: licnioglasi.org, Serbia

Online dating fraud: licnioglasi.org, Serbia

Licnioglasi.org has several thousand members, and hardly anyone managed to enter into an acquaintance on this website. On the other hand, it is impossible to conclude an acquaintance and when these sites are the machinery of squandering money. How does this website?

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An example of typical scams: Automotive (Nigerian scams)- All Cities, AllState

An example of typical scams: Automotive (Nigerian scams)- All Cities, AllState

In this variation, a fraudster feigns interest in a vehicle for sale on the Internet. The "buyer" explains that he represents a client who is interested in the car, but due to an earlier sale that fell through, he has a cashier's check made out for thousands more than the asking price.

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SHE'S A HOMEWRECKER | HOMEWRECKER - MEN | HOMEWRECKER - WOMEN | FRAUD & FRAUDSTERS | ONLINE FRAUD SCAMS | SCAMS

Exposing homewreckers men and women and cheaters in the Internet Age
These days it's not difficult to spread information online. The rise of the internet as the go to source for on demand information has given the victims of cheaters and homewreckers a way to voice out and warn others of the unfaithful ways of their (former) partner. Dozens of websites, commonly referred to as Cheater Sites, now exist.
The purpose of these sites is to give victims of unfaithful partners and abusive relationships a place to post about the cheating ways of their partners and the person their partner is cheating with. Most cheater sites allow for the submission of anonymous posts that are not moderated or validated in anyway.
Fraudsters.onlines allows for anonymous users to submit unverified claims about their partner and the person (or homewrecker) they believe that their partner is cheating with. Today the site features thousands of user-submitted posts warning the public about homewrecker men, homewrecker women and cheaters (male and female).

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