SCARS - Reporting Scams Frauds & Cybercrimes

Welcome to the SCARS
Scams Fraud & Cybercrime Reporting Portal


It is essential to report scams & cybercrime. Without reporting, governments around the world have no clear idea of the scope and magnitude of these crimes.

NOTE: SCARS Never Shares this information with For-Profit Companies – your reports are strictly confidential

Reporting helps your government understand the problem and allows law enforcement to add scammers on watch lists worldwide. Your reports are essential even if the police cannot take action! To learn more about reporting visit

SCARS is a United States Federal Trade Commission Sentinel Reporting Partner is an Official SCARS Website and is an Entry Point for the SCARS|CDN Cybercrime Data Network – the Global Anti-Scam Data Reporting Network™ which automatically distributes scammer data across its whole network. The SCARS|CDN network was built to provide a viable means to distribute scammer information with “Chain of Custody” legal compliance. Since most scam information is wasted on a single website or social media page making it essentially useless, the SCARS Anyscam reporting portal solves that problem. Of course, you should also report these crimes on official government websites as well. Reporting is always FREE and you will not ever be contacted to sell you any services.

Before You Report Scams Watch These!

How to Prepare and Talk to the Police

Can You Recover Your Money?

Report Scams – Select The Report Type For The Information You Have

Report Scams Frauds & Cybercrimes Here

Report Scams:
Full Information & Photos

If you are looking for scammer or stolen photos go to

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Report Scams:
Just Upload Photos

If you are looking for scammer or stolen photos go to

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Report Scams:
Just Email Addresses

Report Fraudster Email Addresses

Click here to quickly report scammer email addresses

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Report Scams:
Emails & Email Content

Report SPAM & SCAM Full Emails (Text & Address)

Click here to quickly report spam & scam emails

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Report Scams:
Just Phone Numbers

Report Fraudster Phone Numbers

Click here to quickly report scammer phone numbers

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Report Fraudster Facebook Profiles

Click here to quickly report scammer social media profiles

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Report Fraudster Social Media Accounts Profiles & Links

Click here to quickly report scammer social media profiles

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Report Fraudster Skype/Zoom Video Chat Accounts

Click here to quickly report scammers’ Skype/Zoom or Video Chat names

This SCARS Service is Always Free to Report Scams, Scammers, Fraudsters, and Cybercriminals Frequently Asked Questions:

FAQ: Can I report more than one scam, scammer?

Yes, as many as you want.

FAQ: If I have a problem?

Contact us at and we will try to resolve the problem.

Do not send reports by email or messenger, they must be entered by you personally through our system.

FAQ: What happens after I submit my report?

Reports are forwarded to our appropriate partners for their review and potential investigation.

Additionally, they will be reviewed by our team for other opportunities. SCARS reserves the right to use, display, or other use of any images uploaded for crime prevention purposes without the identification of the person reporting them.

FAQ: Does SCARS investigate these crimes?

Your reports are forwarded to lawful investigative agencies as appropriate and for analysis.

SCARS is not a licensed investigator nor a law enforcement agency. Law enforcement has the responsibility to investigate these crimes and SCARS is serving as a facilitator for that.

FAQ: Who does SCARS share my data with?

SCARS only shares your data with our partners including the Federal Trade Commission as a Sentinel Reporting Partner. This data is not shared with for-profit third parties for marketing or any other purpose. We only share with verified government agencies or equivalent NGOs.

How To Properly Report Scams?

Posting & exposing scams & scammers on social media serves almost no purpose. These are crimes and criminals, not a game. Always report scams properly to law enforcement, government, and their partners (such as SCARS.)

It is essential that law enforcement knows about scams & scammers, even though there is often nothing (in many cases) that they can do.

You must always report scams involving money lost or where you received money. To learn how best to do this visit

Please Note: SCARS at its discretion may display reported scammers’ photos – showing the scammers only on our various websites. We will never identity who reported the scammer. Your report always remains confidential.

Communications Decency Act Section 230 Disclaimer

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act grants interactive online services of all types, including community-based websites, blogs, forums, and listservs, broad immunity from tort liability so long as the information at issue is provided by a third party. The material hosted on our website is most often submitted and posted by our users, ie., third parties. the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc. [SCARS] does not directly edit, supervise, review or endorse user submitted content and disclaims any and all liability associated with such posts or content.

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