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RepDigger is the easiest way to file a consumer complaint online. We’re an automatic online-reputation scoring service that generates online profiles and reviews for companies, brands, and websites. RepDigger allows you to quickly find and register feedback about an organization. If you’re tired of working with rude employees, having billing problems, and getting ripped off, we can help.
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Did you get scammed?
You recently did business with an unfamiliar seller and didn't think twice about entering your contact information and credit card number — but the service was never provided. Or you responded to an email from your bank asking for your information — information they should already have. Suddenly, you’re left wondering, “Have I been scammed?”
The Internet offers virtually unlimited avenues to do business, pay bills, make reservations and even work. Unfortunately, scammers also recognize the great potential of the web and seek to make a profit at your expense. They sell items that don’t exist, trick you into giving out your personal information and prey on the sympathetic through emotional pleas.
If you’ve fallen victim to an internet scam, know that you aren’t alone. Here are some tips to help you recover and move forward.
What should you do if you get scammed?
1. Contact your bank or credit card company.
If you’re worried a scammer has access to your credit card or bank information, get in touch with your financial institution immediately, requesting a hold on your account to stop future charges. You should also file a fraud investigation. Not sure which number to call? Check the back of the card you used.
TIP: Never call a number from an email or text as it might part of a phishing scam. Check the back of your card or visit the institution’s website for details.
2. File a Report.
If you’ve been robbed electronically, you’re the victim of a crime. Quickly reporting criminal behavior to law enforcement agencies allows them to track down the perpetrator and prevent future fraud. Not sure who to speak with? Nationally, cybercrime is reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).
TIP: When contacting local law enforcement, be sure to call the non-emergency line unless you are in danger of immediate harm.
3. File an Extended Fraud Alert.
When scammers have access to your personal information, they can damage your credit by making fraudulent purchases, opening credit cards and the like. Filing an alert with credit bureaus like Equifax, Experian and TransUnion updates your credit file with a note that explains you’ve been the victim of fraud, complicating the process of opening an account with your information.
TIP: Requesting a security freeze on your credit reports halts identity thieves from opening accounts using your stolen identity. Make sure you contact all three bureaus when doing this.
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Be proactive in protecting against fraud
Wondering how you can protect yourself from future scams?
1. Update anti-malware and anti-virus software.
Have you been scammed in the past? When you provide your personal information to a seller or open a fraudulent email, your computer may get infected with malware. Malware can capture further account information and relay it back to scammers. Updating your software and scanning your computer can prevent further fraud from taking place.
2. Avoid unfamiliar sources.
When working with a business or seller online, acquire their physical address and phone number and call to make sure it’s a real company. You can also check with the Better Business Bureau and local consumer protection agencies to confirm authenticity.
In addition, steer clear of unsolicited emails from unknown senders. By responding you’ll be confirming that your address works, allowing a scammer to sell your information to other criminals. Delete any suspicious emails!
3. Protect your information.
Be wary of a “company representative” requesting information they should already have. Never give your credit card or bank account information unless working with a secure, legitimate company, and never give out your social security number online. Establishing a third-party payment service like PayPal for online purchases is also a great way to protect your personal information.
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Thanks for choosing RepDigger, the easiest way to file a consumer complaint online. We know what it’s like working with rude employees, having billing problems, and getting ripped off. That’s why we created an automatic online-reputation scoring service that generates online profiles and reviews for companies, brands, and websites.
We exist to help you quickly find and register feedback about an organization.
With RepDigger, you can file a complaint or check your prospective business partner, contractor, or company by searching for the company. You’ll have results in a matter of seconds.
If you feel that the company info provided has room for corrections, you can update or report an incorrect listing. You can also post your own comments and ratings about any company or brand. Use your voice! Use it to warn others about poor service with RepDigger.