Each article has a button to send an abuse report.
This is sent to the Registrar of the domain.
If a Registrar receives enough abuse reports they will shut down the offending website
Our entire database of scam websites can be searched using the search form below.
If we have information on the website that scammed you please file an abuse report to the registrar by clicking the green button at the bottom of each article.
If the website you are searching for is not in our database and you think they may be part of a scam network, please contact us to investigate.
At petscams.com, we are often bombarded with requests to check individual websites to determine if they are fake. Fraudsters are getting better at what they do, there's…
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Overview of puppy scams in South Africa Petscams.com volunteer network has identified a large organised crime syndicate operating puppy scams in South Africa. These scammers appear to…
We are often asked if it is safe to pay with Zelle and while it may be secure, it is dangerous to use Zelle to make payments to people you do not know. It has come to our attention that there are a growing number of scammers using Zelle to receive payment for non-delivery fraud, specifically pet scams.
Whilst Petscams.com usually focuses on exposing fake websites, it may be interesting for readers to know how the scammers themselves are able to quickly get their hands on huge quantities of fake websites. The answer to this question in short is that they employ individuals to create these websites for them. You guessed it, even web developers can go rogue too!