Criminal syndicates and solo fraudsters around the world constantly monitor relevant trends in their target countries. They do this to create new tactics and schemes that can allow them to lure more users into their cyber traps. This is one of the main reasons why cyber fraud is rapidly growing at an alarming pace worldwide, as shown by the number of victims this year who used the Big Scammers reporting scams feature to file Web crime reports and post online scam complaints.

When criminal syndicates and solo scammers know where their target users go online to hang out and the applications that their ideal victims use for their day-to-day computing and mobile-related activities on the Web, they can devise new processes or improve their existing technologies to circumvent the online security protocols and Web privacy protection technologies in those Web places and software tools. With this, one way to fight what criminals and fraudsters are doing is for more users to use the Big Scammers reporting scams feature in this online community.

What is the Big Scammers Reporting Scams Feature?

BigScammers.Com is a Web platform that provides a regularly updated repository of user-generated content for general public viewing. This is a database of Web crime reports and online scam complaints that are anonymously posted by cyber fraud victims. To file reports and post complaints, they use the Big Scammers reporting scams feature in this website, which is designed to be as quick and simple as possible for all users of varying skill level. Because this database is on the Web, you can use any of your devices with Internet access to file Web crimes and post online scam complaints in this online community.

A large repository of useful content materials is also offered by BigScammers.Com for public access. This contains helpful guides and the hottest news about the most widespread online scams and Web crimes at the moment. This content is created and updated using the anonymous details in the Web crime reports and online scam complaints that are recently posted by victims who use the Big Scammers reporting scams feature of this website.

Money scams are among the most prevalent Web crimes today, according to the latest online scam complaints that were posted by many victims this year through the Big Scammers reporting scams feature of this online community. Here are more details about the two types of money scams that have tricked a lot of users worldwide this 2016:

Top Money Scams This Year

  1. Check Cashing Fraud – This is where unsuspecting users are lured into unknowingly participating in a fake money-making opportunity. Social manipulation tactics and schemes are mainly used by criminal syndicates and solo fraudsters to commit this Web crime, based on the online scam complaints posted by many users through the Big Scammers reporting scams feature.

Scammers contact their target victims and try to convince them to cash out checks at their local banks. Of course, these are fake checks, though victims only realize this several days after they collect the cash and send it to these scammers. Their banks call them up to notify them that they owe the money that they cashed out because the checks turned out to be fakes. That’s what many victims claim when they used the Big Scammers reporting scams feature to post their complaints against this money scam.

  1. Money Flipping Fraud – This is where criminal syndicates and solo fraudsters use popular social networks like Instagram and Facebook to trick users into participating in a fake investment opportunity. Many victims who used the Big Scammers reporting scams feature this year to file their Web crime reports against this money scam claim that they were contacted by these scammers through the private messaging functions in their favorite social networks.

What scammers tell unsuspecting users is that they have contacts in large financial institutions and banking organizations. They claim that their contacts can easily add one zero to the value of a user’s investment. For example, if you invest $1,000 in this fake money-making opportunity, then they’ll deceive you into thinking that their contacts can flip your investment into $10,000 in a matter of days, according to the narratives of many victims who used the Big Scammers reporting scams feature to report this money scam this year.

You’ll be asked to buy prepaid debit cards, gift cards or money packs to invest in this money flipping scam. Of course, the scammer will disappear and run away with your money the moment you give the details of your prepaid debit card, gift card or money pack. To make this scam more believable, they tell victims that they will take a generous cut from the earnings of the user.

Now that you know how criminal syndicates and solo fraudsters lure unsuspecting users into these money scams, you’ll be able to safely avoid becoming a victim. Just keep in mind to regularly check the online scam complaints and Web crime reports that are filed by many users through the Big Scammers reporting scams feature of this online community. This can allow you to learn about their latest tactics and schemes to pull off different types of Web crimes and online scams.

You can conveniently do this by signing up at BigScammers.Com to receive instant notifications and real time fraud alerts. You’ll get these updates in your email inbox whenever a victim uses the Big Scammers reporting scams feature of this website. Don’t forget to remind your family and friends to also do this, so they can avoid the many types of Internet scams and online crimes that are polluting the Web today.

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