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  • Internet Crime Complaint Center - A partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C). Alerts for consumers and easy-to-use reporting mechanism for fraud. Formerly the Internet Fraud Complaint Center.
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  • The Anatomy of Clickbot.A - Provides a detailed case study of the architecture of the Clickbot.A botnet that attempted a low-noise click fraud attack against syndicated search engines. The botnet of over 100,000 machines was controlled using a HTTP-based botmaster.
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  • Artists Against 419 - Covering advanced fee fraud scams and fake banks.
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  • Carbuyingtips.com - Fraud Guide - Consumer guide to preventing and fighting eBay, escrow, auto, internet, cashiers check, and Nigerian scams. Tips on how to spot phony escrow companies and report the scammers.
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  • crouchie.net - Accepts and lists reports on dating scammers, for the UK. Offers the ability to check existing people and help make the UK dating scene a better place.
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  • Cyber Criminals Most Wanted - Overview of cyber criminal activity that includes safety, security, viruses, scams, filtering, encryption, hackers and government legislation.
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  • Cybercrime - Computer crime section of the Department of Justice contains links relating to internet commerce, intellectual property crimes, cybercrimes and general information.
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  • Digital Age Fraud - Central source of information about the Digital Age Cyprus MasterCard/Visa fraudulent charge.
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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation - Common Fraud Schemes - Describes scams to avoid, most of which are internet-related.
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  • FraudWatchers.Org - An archive of various scams and fraudulent activities, plus a multilingual support forum.
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  • Hoaxes, Scams and Rip-offs - Basics on hoaxes, scams and rip-offs on the internet. How to spot them and where to report them. Useful links
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  • How to Avoid Internet Investment Scams - Securities and Exchange Commission information about investment fraud.
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  • Internet Fraud - Department of Justice site includes information defining Internet fraud, what to do about it, and where to go to get more information.
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  • Internet ScamBusters - Extensive information on fraud, scams, hoaxes, urban legends and credit card fraud. Free e-zine and reports.
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  • An Introduction to Internet Fraud - A introduction explaining many aspects of fraud on the internet.
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  • Money Laundering Fraud - Tracks current fraudulent "money mule" operations operated through the Internet.
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  • National Fraud Information Center - Provides a page devoted to Internet fraud.
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  • PhishBucket - An archive of fraudulent and suspect emails, concentrating on bogus job offers and related topics.
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  • Romance Scams - Information about people who use dating sites or social networks to con victims out of money. Peer support for those who have been tricked.
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  • Scam Victims United - Information on scams and support from other victims.
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  • Stop-scammers - Information on dating fraud plus an archive of emails, documents and pictures. Membership required for some features.
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  • VMyths - Extensive resource for identifying and debunking computer virus hoaxes and myths.
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  • WebAssured - Consumer protection service site provides means to register complaints, free ShopAssured download alerts shoppers when entering e-commerce site, free reports on business's consumer performance.
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