I bought something over the Internet, but have not received the merchandise or I found out the company does not exist. Who can I complain to?
How do I file a complaint with the FBI about Internet fraud?
How do I file a complaint with the IFCC?
How can I avoid becoming a victim of Internet fraud?
How can I determine whether an Internet auction is legitimate?
How can I determine whether a business advertising on the Internet is legitimate?
Should I use a credit card to make purchases on the Internet?
If so, what steps should I take to make sure the personal information I provide will be secure?
How can I determine whether an investment opportunity advertised on the Internet is legitimate?
Main Web page for the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Fraud Complaint Center ("IFCC"). Describes the IFCC as follows: "For victims of Internet fraud, IFCC provides a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of a suspected criminal or civil violation." From this page, consumers can link to an online complaint form. Also included is a link to tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of Internet fraud. Types Internet fraud covered in the tips include: Internet auctions, non-delivery of merchandise, credit card fraud, investment fraud, and Nigerian letter fraud.