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Anti-Scam Sites

When we started ripandscam, I was greatly inspired by a list of sites. I have listed few among my list of sites that had inspired me to work more to rip-off scams completely. And now I found that more and more sites are devoted to rip-off thess scam or spam emails, I personally thank all the sites that work to rip-off scam emails. Below, I have listed few sites that have linked me and no particular order i have listed, also listed some of my personal favorites.


  • USA Government - Scam artists in the U.S. and around the world defraud millions of people each year by using the Internet to trick victims into sending money or giving out personal information.
  • Anti-Scam - Having developed Anti-Scam program we intend to warn you about phenomenon of International dating scam and will do our best trying to help you to avoid being scammed.
  • FBI Government - Some of the most common scams that the FBI investigates and tips to help prevent you from being victimized.
  • New Zealand Government Police - Internet fraud, spam and scams can affect anyone at any time. Being aware of what to look for and knowing what to do is important to protect yourself and your family.
  • - With your support, the National Consumers League's has helped millions of consumers avoid scams.
  • Scambusters - Scambusters is committed to helping you avoid getting taken by dangerous Internet scams, frustrating spam, devious identity theft, and other cunning offline and online scams.
  • Department of Commerce - WA ScamNet- Scams, ripoffs and frauds are becoming more and more commonplace. The Department of Commerce has developed WA ScamNet as one method of combatting this ever increasing problem.
  • ScamWatch Government- Scamwatch radar alerts, media releases, and other scam related news.
  • Department of Internal Affairs- The scams range in format - from email and mobile/smart phone TXT message scams, to phone (verbal), fax, postal (letters), and online scams (from trading or social networking websites).
  • Competition Bureau- The Competition Bureau, along with the Fraud Prevention Forum, plays an important role in helping Canadians get the information they need to be informed and confident consumers.