Advance Fee and Other Online Fraud Information
- Advance Fee Fraud
- FakeChecks Excellent site for education and reporting of telemarketing and fake check fraud
- Bob Bear - Excellent resource on money laundering and reshipping fraud
- Scam-O-Rama - The letters posted here illustrate unsuccessful attempts at advance fee fraud.
- Joe Wein's Site-419 Scam Information -search scammer email database.
- 419eater-Scambaiting humor from the UK
- Scam Investments - Excellent information and advice on Ponzi's, MLM, HYIP's and other types of fraud.
- Oil Offshore Marine Info on job scams related to the oil and gas industry
- AutoSec Looking to purchase an auto online? Read this first
- Escrow-Fraud.com - Site which specializes in fighting fake escrow and courier sites. Gallery of screenshots shows dozens of common templates.
Law Enforcement Contacts
Use these links to report a scam or scammer!
- Reporting Economic Crime Online-Canada
- Internet Crime Complaint Center-United States
- U.S. Postal Inspection Service
- Fraud Alert-United Kingdom
- Cybercrime Coordination Unit Switzerland
- Economic and Financial Crimes Commission-Nigeria
- SCAM Watch-Australia
- Belgian Internet Crime Reporting Site (ECOPS)
- Hong Kong Technology Crime Prevention Unit
Other Artists' Answers to 419
- Powerbook - P-P-P-P-PowerBook!
- Andy Warhol Style Mugu Artist use pictures of real 419ers!
- The 3rd Annual Nigerian EMail Conference - register now!
- 419 Propaganda! Inspired by World War propaganda and movie posters, this page is dedicated to anti-419 artwork.
- 419 Pillory - Putting the scammers in the public view
- Nigeriabreven - 419 Sverige - Swedish 419-warning web site
Art and Artists
- Iziko - Iziko-South African Museum
- NigeriaWEB - Web sites dedicated to the Arts and culture of the Nigerian people
- St. Petersburg Art Project Multi-Cultural Artistic Community Building Project
- Pinakothek der Moderne Pinakothek der Moderne Munich, Germany
- National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest Romania Located in The House of the People or Ceaucescu's Palace, the second largest building in the world.
- Smithsonian American Art Museum