Where to report Internet Crimes

May 10, 2006 by Chuck | 1 Comment

The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center or http://www.ic3.gov handles complaints about internet crime.

Here’s an example…

Recently, the solid reputation of the large charity Compassion International was used by fraud artists who falsely approached folks about employment with the charity and who required prospective applicants to send the fraudster money.

If you receive such emails, know that fees are not required to process employment applications.

Scam Alert

Compassion International has been made aware of an employment scam that is falsely advertising potential employment opportunities and asking prospective employees to pay money for their application to be processed. Compassion does not require any fees to be paid for the processing of any employment applications.

Compassion has contacted the appropriate authorities and is making every effort to stop this scam.

If you have been approached by one of these scams, please file a claim with the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at http://www.ic3.gov

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