We understand that not all scams are relevant to every user. That’s why we have implemented a variety of scam data feeds into our site, allowing users to get the most diverse and useful Scam Feeds on issues that are most relevant.
Additionally, soon you will be able to subscribe to real-time notifications, ensuring that you are immediately alerted when a new scam targeting your particular interests or demographic is reported. By tailoring the information to your needs, we make sure you are not overwhelmed but are kept adequately informed.
Scam Feed Process
- Federal Trade Commission
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Security & Exchange Commission
- Google Alerts
- Internal Revenue Service
- United States Postal Inspection Service
- FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center
- Scams Against Seniors: Particularly vulnerable to scams, seniors are often targeted. Be aware of the latest threats.
- Current Scams: General ongoing scams that everyone should be aware of.
- Dating App & Romance Scams: Don’t let your search for love blind you to a scam.
- Employment Scams: Job offers too good to be true usually are.
- Financial Scams: From credit card frauds to money laundering schemes.
- Internet Scams: As we live more of our lives online, the internet becomes a bigger playground for fraudsters.
- Identity Theft: Guard your personal information with your life.
- Investment Scams: Get-rich-quick schemes often make only the scammers rich.
- Maui Fire Scams: Specific local scams affecting victims of natural disasters.
- Medicare Scams: False claims, fake services, and identity theft.
- Pension Scams: Threats to your hard-earned retirement savings.
- Rental Scams: Fraudulent listings and false landlords.
- Phishing Scams: Always think before you click.
- Cryptocurrency Scams: Scams in the new frontier of finance.
- Social Security Scams: Calls or emails pretending to be from the SSA.