Reporting Information

This site is for romance victims to post 419 Nigerian or West African Scams, that lead their targeted victims to a “419 Advance Fee Financial Fraud; Theft by deception | under false pretenseand; 419 Fraud: Electronic Fund Transfers – False Claims of Financial Distress.

Unfortunately, RomanceScams.Blog cannot post USA citizens as scammers due to “Defamation of Character”. Without the protocol – action of court proceedings, and an actual Judgement signed and sealed by a presiding Judge and recorded as “GUILTY or NOT GUILTY” (Innocent until proven guilty) of a crime and post as PUBLIC record. Or RomanceScams.Blog can be facing a liability lawsuit.
We are sorry this type of crime committed by USA citizens or Naturalized citizens does not meet the “International” Romance Scam criteria for 419 AFFF, scam. 

Whether you have been scammed or not, it is always important to know whether the male or female you are about to give your heart to, and share personal information with, is most probable a teenager in Nigeria, Ghana, S. Africa, UK, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, (hotbed scammer countries) messing with your heart, mind and soul; for a quick buck.

REPORT TO LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT ‘FIRST.’                                                        Please report the scam\financial fraud, to your Local Police Department Cyber-Unit or Fraud Task Force Unit as:
“Nigerian 419 Advance Fee Financial Fraud.” 
Internet Crime: “Theft by Deception |Fraud Under False Pretense” and;
419 Fraud: “Electronic Fund Transfers |False Claims of Financial Distress”.

If you call the FBI, they will may refer you to your local law enforcement but call them anyway.
(To get threats on record; You can record the scammer phone calls and make a copy of the recorded tape or print out the emails and take the tape or printed emails down to your local law enforcement office.)
If police refuse to file the report: do this, tell the police you want to file a “General Report” unless they suggest a different type of report (CAD report).

FBI ADVISE; “IF” – Local Police Departments “hesitate” to file a fraud victim’s report because victims gave their money freely to the scammer when the victim report the fraud as a “Romance Scam.”
The FBI suggest victims to go back to the police department and insist to file a report and include if scammer harasses you, bullies you, intimidates you (or threatens to blackmail, extort you, with intimate photos or video recordings, threatens to send a death squad to harm you or family.)
Include the conversation, texts, email, IM messages & video\audio web-chat recordings, and a screen shot of scammer account with URL disclosed in the screenshot; as evidence; for creditability.

Make sure you have multiple CD or flash drive, copies of evidence saved off your devices for safety if a scammer decides to crash your devices, or block you from your accounts, or deletes your files, etc. You will need to hand over proof of the cyber-crime to all entities you file the fraud report with. Make sure you get a signed receipt with entity letterhead, for the material you leave with each entity

MILITARY IMPOSTERS, (only if you encountered a military Impostor):
 Copy & Paste the  email into the text message box
One Complete IP Header and email will do if scammer is using the same email address for all received emails.

Please visit the following link for reporting information and counterfeit documents scammers use in Military romance scams. (safe link) (Safe Link)
CID strongly recommends that Soldiers, civilians and family members who come across any known suspicious social networking or dating site profile or are solicited in this fashion from a person posing as a U.S. Soldier, immediately email CID at

Impersonation Fraud & Romance Scams

FTC has been urging everyone to file their complaints with the FTC.
The FBI stopped sharing the information with the shared computer that all agencies have access to.
The link to file with the FTC that is specific to Romance Scam is:
Go to Then select Scams & Rip-offs;
then scroll to Romance Scams – which takes you to the first link.
Go to Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) | Home-page []
Below is the link to file with the FTC that is specific to Romance Scams
Please make sure to make a copy of the report because you will not have access once you finish completing the report and submit. Take a screen shot or copy the report as you complete the entering all details.
Then select Scams & Rip-offs; find Romance Scams which basically takes you to the first link.
If you wired money or made a bank to bank transaction, please have all receipts ready to include in your report.
This is for all 419 ADVANCE FEE FRAUD aka, romance scam, “no matter if you are not in USA”; please file your scam report. After completing the report, you will receive a letter acknowledging your report for your records.
You can also use the IC3 letter with your local police report number to report in your next income annual tax report filing (USA citizens) and to aid reporting to your local police department.
The IC3 is also DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE that you are a victim of a scam.

If you have not suffered a financial loss, please contact the Federal Trade Commission at 877-382-4357or- FTC Complaint Assistant
, or visit the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)/Home
FBI instructs; that – local Police departments hesitate to take victims reports because victims gave their money freely to the scammer.
The FBI instructs victims to go back to the police department and insist to file a report that scammer harasses you, in addition to fraud under false pretenses. 


Report your romance scam to, In their home page First please visit the SOLUTION CENTER. View the TUTORIAL so you can understand the process to file your report with .
If you are in imminent danger of arrest please file that report if you have aided in money laundering, or illegal electronic money transferring activities with the scammer.
If you have received or are receiving threatening emails, please forward them to Fraud Aid following the instructions you will find: How to find the full headers in your email service and file an email report.


Get the Taxman After the Conman (Tax Evasion)
(In the USA)
Did the scammer report your losses as income or did they hide it somewhere? If you suspect any tax fraud activity, you can report it to the USA Internal Revenue Service toll free number.

You may even get a reward by filing a Form 211 with the IRS.
(IRS will investigate your report, then forward info to state privacy protection office to help photo victims. IRS will not inform you of their actions)
Check in your country where you can report this VIOLATION OF INCOME DISCLOSURE.
International Reporting Agencies: – Provides information on consumer protection laws in thirteen countries and offer consumers a way to file cross-border e-commerce complaints online.

Western Union:
Corporate Headquarters +1-720-332-1000
P.O. Box 6036
Englewood, CO 80112
Customer Support – Corporate Handling
Attn: Manager, Customer Advocate Dept
P.O. Box 6036
Englewood, CO 80112
W.U. Fraud Contact
If you think you’ve been a victim of fraud, contact us at 1-800-448-1492.
Forward any suspicious emails to 

Protecting our customers is a priority
At MoneyGram, few things make us angrier than when people use money transfer services for illegal activities that deliberately defraud and harm consumers. These criminals will lie to convince you to wire money to them, and then you won’t be able to get your money back. The best way to stop them is to learn how they’ll try to trick you. MoneyGram is committed to educating you so you don’t become a victim of fraud.
It’s our goal to educate consumers on ways to safeguard their money and personal information and avoid becoming a victim of consumer fraud. Visit our list of common consumer scams to know what to look for. Keep in mind that other scams exist, so it’s always safest to use common sense when sending money. The most important tip we can give is, do not send money to someone you do not know.
Visit the sections of our Consumer fraud prevention center for resources, FAQs, and other information to ensure you protect yourself from fraudsters.
Fraud tips to keep by your phone
Many fraudsters target older adults and use the phone to try to trick and cheat them into sending money. They might pressure you or threaten you, or become increasingly aggressive. Help your older relatives by printing this helpful Fraud Prevention Tip Sheet that they can keep by their phones for handy reference.
If you used MoneyGram to wire money as a result of a scam, please complete our form to report fraud online, or call MoneyGram Customer Care Center at
(800) 926-9400.
RIA Money Transfer Services
Fraud Tips
Where to get help if you get scammed. If you are the victim of a money transfer scam, first report the incident to your local police. Next, file a report with the various resources. And always, if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to give us a call right away at 855-355-2145. or
by e-mail at


Here is a list of several resources that provide helpful information to protect you and your family.
Federal Trade Commission
National Consumers League (U.S.)
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
Scam Watch – Money Matters
Australian Consumer Fraud Taskforce (ACFT)
WAL-MART FRAUD: aka, Walmart2Walmart:
Walmart2Walmart/RIA Fraud Hotline ……. 1-855-355-2145
For more information:
Walmart Privacy & Security Fraud Alerts
The Better Business Bureau


UAE Prince Scams

Do not correspond with any of these criminals in any way.
Avoid getting cheated or scammed in Dubai
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,
Crown Prince of Dubai.
City Tower 2, Office 1702
Sheikh Zayed Rd, Trade Center First
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Crown Prince Fazza Of Dubai Tumblr reviews and fraud and scam reports.
The Nigerian prince scam will never die. It’s lasted in various forms for decades now, but the latest iteration is downright amazing. Leaving aside the part where this is obviously bullshit, does anyone believe the Nigerian government actually paid enough this dude to have $15 million sitting around in a bank account, even with interest?
Never fall for it when someone offers you something for the return of someone that you’ve never heard of. Especially in this day and age, when a simple internet search should help you out.
These scammers use many versions of scams to gain your trust and confidence – in the end you money too.


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