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Everybody has at one time or another fallen for a scam. For example, you may have fell for a hoax, gave your credit card to a phishing website or bought a product online which proved to be a fake. Scamadviser collects examples of fraud to let consumers (and businesses) share their experiences so that others can learn from it. Your scam reports are also used by policy and consumer protection agencies to catch crooks and spammers.

The good, the bad & the ugly More than 130,000 new domain names using Corona related terms like Covid, Sars-cov-2, and comparable names have
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What is Multilevel Marketing (MLM)? According to Wikipedia Multi-level marketing (MLM), also called pyramid selling, network marketing, and
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There are thousands of payment methods being offered online. Some are country-specific (like Ideal in the Netherlands and Boleto in Brazil), others
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THIS ARTICLE IS UPDATED REGULARLY. IF YOU HAVE FEEDBACK, PLEASE CONTACT US. Scammers are using the Corona Virus to scam you Due to the Corona
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If a website offers you "risk-free prosperity", "financial freedom" and "secure profit" there is a serious chance that the company is a scam. The
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What are Pay to Click Scams? There are many forms of Pay-to-Click (PTC ) scams. Examples of PCT scams are where you get paid to: Click on
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There are hundreds if not thousands of online trust marks being offered online. They differ in quality, the industry and the region they cover. Some
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Internet is becoming the most popular medium to find a partner. If you`ve been single you probably thought about dating sites. There are many legit
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Common Sense: Too good to be true When looking for goods online, a great deal is an obvious reason to pick an online shop. A Gucci bag for €24.99 or a new iPhone for € 399? Who wouldn’t want to grab such a deal! But scammers also know this and will try to take advantage of this fact. When looking at a website if a deal looks too good to be true, think twice and double check

1. Take a breath and relax! Do not act directly. The first step should be to try and calm down! It can seem like everything has to be fixed as soon as possible, but sometimes taking a breath can help put things in perspective. It may help to talk to family or friends. Nearly everybody gets scammed at least once in his live. It is not something to be ashamed off. Scammers have become