The Scam Database creates greater transparency of online platform abuse through the communal sharing of fraudulent activity and other scams encountered online. Report scams or account hacks on Facebook, Instagram, Tinder, and many other platforms to help others using them stay safe.

Search our database below for user-reported online accounts, domains, cryptowallets, email addresses, and phone numbers involved in scams and account hacks.

Want to report a social media account, email address, or phone number? Submit one in less than a minute on our Report Submission Page.

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How to Report Online Scams

To effectively report online fraud from various social media platforms and dating apps such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Tinder, Bumble, and Match.com, begin by documenting any suspicious activities or interactions encountered. Navigate to the platform's help center or support page to find their reporting options, often accessible by flagging or reporting a user's profile directly from their account or using platform-specific reporting forms. It's crucial to provide detailed information, including the user's username, specific fraudulent content (such as misleading profiles or scam messages), and any supporting evidence like screenshots. Prompt reporting not only protects yourself but also aids in safeguarding others from falling prey to similar fraudulent schemes. Regularly utilize these reporting tools to foster a safer online environment across social media and dating platforms.

Important: If you think you have been a victim of a crime you should report this to the police. You are also encouraged to make a report to the platform where you experienced the fraud.