Where to report a scam?
If you happen to meet a scammer or scam incident, you should report to the Singapore Police Force immediately by dialing 999. Do not be a prey of scam.
Alternatively, you can also visit Singapore Police Force's website at http://www.spf.gov.sg/epc/ to report the crime online.
How do I report a scam to be publicized in this website?
Be a hero. Be someone who contributes to the society.
If you have met or come across any scam incident, do inform us so that we can alert the public about it.
You never know your kind deed will help someone you know.
Simply send us an email (with details and screenshots if available please!) regarding it at fightspamming at gmail dot com.
Your identity will be protected and not revealed (please indicate your privacy).
Of course, kindly report the scammer to your local police.
If you were to comment on any page, do enter a name instead of using "anonymous" to avoid confusing other readers, as well as to increase the credibility of your posting.
A few reporters (Straits Times, MediaCorp) and staffs from media companies have contacted us regarding certain scam cases in Singapore. If you are a victim of any scam incident, do contact us, in case any reporter needs your help to educate the public through the mainstream media.
Do note that this is just a non-profile website done by good-will and our team is still struggling to survive; therefore, please forgive us if we become hibernated sometimes. If you are able to contribute anything, do email us!