[LINK] Fraud messages
Sun, 14 Jan 2001 02:32:46 +1100
On Sat, 13 Jan 2001, Jan Whitaker wrote:
> To whom do we send these to alert that there is a 'new' scam
> running? I filed with www.fraud.org and the US Federal Trade
> Commission, rn.ftc.gov Does CERT care about these things?
Although already well assisted with your question Jan :) other-times
this week's http://www.eZined.com publication may be of some help.
UGetHeard.com provides a service for you where you can send a letter
complaint or applause to any company, any where.
<> Fraud Bureau
The Fraud Bureau is a free service, established to alert online
consumers and investors of prior complaints relating to online
vendors including sellers at online auctions and to provide
consumers, investors and users with information and news on how to
safely surf, shop and invest on the 'Net.
<> Internet ScamBusters
Internet ScamBusters gives you a listing of most of the scams that
have been plaguing the Internet, all in one place. They also give
you the opportunity to sign-up for their newsletter so you can find
out about all the newest scams that surface everyday.
<> Internet Scams Ezine
Internet Scams is an award-winning Ezine designed to give you the
only defense you can have against a scam artist: Education.
<> Internet Scams and Rip-offs
Here's a guide to avoiding scams and frauds, before you become a
victim of them.
Law-n-Legal.com gives you a list of places you can go to where you
can report someone who has ripped you off on the Internet.
<> Internet Fraud Watch
The Internet Fraud Watch section of the NFIC web site provides tips,
articles, bulletins and other information that you can use to avoid
fraud, protect your privacy, and navigate the Net safely and
also <> http://www.badbizopps.com/internet_scams.html and