Though this list mostly specializes on Russian scams, they also list Nigerian female scammers.

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Remember, your report to above 2 places should be brief, clear, documentary proven and straight to the point. It should contain your full name and contact information.

ALWAYS include the open e-mail headers of scammer's letters!

And since I know what a hard and ungrateful work is it to maintain the scamlists, I don't blame them for charging money. They did a lot, and continue doing, to educate people, help victims, provide everybody with important information and support, as well as get attention of media to this huge problem.

You gotta join this group if you are either a Nigerian scam victim, or suspect you may be a victim, or think somebody may be trying to scam you. The second group created to fight romance scams, very open-minded and informational.

) report to the following 2 places: 1) FSB, aka FSS (Federal Security Service). This is like the headquarters of Russian Police: Send your message through "Public Reception" center.

They have a special so-called department "K" dedicated to fight cybercrime.

This is the only way they can trace where the e-mails originate from and possibly catch the scammers.

If you don't know how to do it, LEARN before you send your report. They maintain their own blacklists, and this info is important.

You should report scams to: *** Your local police station.