Links to reports about all types of scams.
Bogus emails purporting to be from the Federal Reserve Bank began hitting inboxes in January 2009.
Emails and Skype messages claim that the sender has been paid to kill you but he will cancel the contract if you pay him a large sum of money.
Nigerian or “419” scams have been around for many a long year and the Internet has become very fertile territory for the criminals that run them. Because these sorts of scams are so common, the pastime known as “scam baiting” has also rapidly grown in popularity.
Advance fee scammers often claim that they need your assistance in distributing a large sum of money to charities. They often pretend to be devout Christians intent on doing good work before they die.