Scammers

Help Fight Fraud and report what you find!

Help protect your community by reporting fraud, scams, and bad business practices. We will take your emails, calls, information and get it to the correct people to help stop the scammers from defrauding anyone else.

Got a scammer on a call now? Join us in on the call. Click on the button below to jump into out chat room and give us all the details.


REPORT EMAIL SCAMS:

If you think you have received an email from a scammer, please forward it to out investigations team: scammers@texasfixer.us. We will review the email and reply back to let you know if it is valid or a scam. If we find out it is a scammer, we will do a deeper dive, report our findings to our buddies over at: Scammer Blaster – Stopping Scammers in their Tracks and let the fun begin. Most of the time, the call centers are shut down with in 15-30 minutes time with call flooding. You might ask, Does call flooding really hurt scammers? Yes it does, read more here.



Quick Books: If you get an invoice from an email address such as: “Fake Company” quickbooks@notification.intuit.com please send it over to our team scammers@texasfixer.us, and to security@intuit.com.


ADVICE ON AVOIDING SCAMS: Please check out the FTCs advice on avoiding a scam: How To Avoid a Scam | Consumer Advice (ftc.gov)

If you suspect that you or a loved one has been the victim of fraud, you can call the National Elder Fraud hotline at 833-372-8311 and report it to the FTC by visiting the agency’s website or calling 877-382-4357. https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/#/form/main


Tools Links and more

Check out Scammer Example emails to get an idea of what to look out for.

Below you will find various contact and tools to use for anything scam related.

Phone Carrier Look up – To check a phone number and report scammers. Thank you scammerblaster.com.