FILING COMPLAINTS ABOUT INTERNET FRAUD
If you think that you've been the victim of a fraud scheme that involved the Internet, you can file a complaint online with the Internet Fraud Complaint Center, a joint project of the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center. In addition, you can file complaints about specific types of fraud complaints with the following agencies:
Commodities Fraud: Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
Consumer Fraud: Federal Trade Commission
Securities Fraud: SEC Enforcement Division Complaint Center or your state securities regulators.
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How Can I Get More Information About Internet Fraud?
There's a better way to get information about Internet fraud than just diving blindly into the Internet. A number of government and private organizations have online information about various aspects of Internet fraud: what it is, how it can occur, and what you can do about it. To help you learn more, we've attached a list of Web sites that you might find interesting and informative on Internet fraud and related topics.
[Note: All Web sites to which these pages cross-link are included as a service for the reader. Cross-links to non-governmental sites do not constitute an endorsement or approval of their content, or of the organizations responsible for that content, by the Department of Justice.]
Government Web Sites
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Federal Trade Commission
Internet Fraud Complaint Center
Securities and Exchange Commission
U.S. Customs Service
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
U.S. Secret Service
U.S. Sentencing Commission
Washington State Attorney General
Go to the above address and read up on internet fraud and make a complaint against these people I think if enough of us make complaints they'll investigate them and find out how many people they really ripped off.
here is the web site address again.
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