|The National Fraud Information Center|
File reports for attempts to defraud consumers on the telephone or the Internet. Internet fraud can include promotions found on websites, in chat rooms, newsgroups and bulletin boards, as well as via email.
|Better Business Bureau|
Handles complaints regarding misleading advertising, improper selling practices, non-delivery of goods/services, misrepresentation, unhonored guarantees/warranties, unsatisfactory service, credit/billing problems and unfulfilled contracts.
Consumers can report fraudulent or unlawful e-commerce transactions that took place on the Internet to authorities in 17 countries.
Free service connecting buyers with timeshare owners across the world. Allows owners to add free timeshare listings, receive notifications and contact potential buyers in real-time. Victims of timeshare scams may report frauds and submit complaints.
Allows visitors to file complaints and reports on unknown, suspicious or fraudulent phone numbers across North America. Users may post anonymously, leave new comments and join discussions.
|Why Call Me|
A user created database of suspicious phone numbers. Allows phone number search, reverse search, and visitors comments.