Email Header Analyzer

Stop-Scammers.com is providing various services to individuals wanting to ensure that they are not being scammed. Our website will allow users to search scammers online to become acquainted with the frequent scammers and teach users, who to avoid in the digital dating world. Stop-Scammers.com will also provide users with the capability to check email headers and ensure that the sender is being honest about where they emails are being sent from. We aim to help ensure that, when in doubt a user has a place to come to in order to protect themselves from female scammers.

Extract Email Header

Extract the header of letter and copy it
(for your email provider see instructions below)

paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer

Paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer

Get results and real location of the sender

Get results and real location of the sender

Living in the 21st century can be hazardous, there are hundreds of daily threats to our lives from terrorism to Ebola outbreaks, and one of the most recent and booming dangers of the modern world is scam emails and scam letters. Everybody receives these, on literally a daily basis, whether it be a Nigerian Princess needing to smuggle out all her diamonds and she needs your help or an Eastern European investment scam that is guaranteeing success of 150% profits.

The modern day con-artist has taken to the digital realm to scam you out of your money. One of the most common forms of a running scam is the online dating format. These scam emails and scam letters are found in two formats, the first is that the scammer will contact the victim and begin engaging him, as most often the victims are male, in frequent email exchanges. Depending on the depth of the scam the scammer may invest hours in these emails, providing a detailed history of the fictional character or they may send generic emails that contain a minimal amount of person information for the victim. Both of these types of scam emails and scam letters will often be exchanged for a considerable period of time on a semi-regular basis and will eventually resultant in a romantic connection being made between the victim and the supposed woman. The time spent exchanging emails will be used to suss out the viability and personal wealth of a victim, therefore ensuring a worthwhile time investment from the perspective of the scammer. It will also be the point of cultivating trust between the scammer and the victim.

The next step taken will be the development of a scenario requiring financial assistance for the scammer in order to complete a task. This may come in the form of a proposed visit of the woman to the victim, or a possible emergency on the behalf of the woman requiring financial assistance for either a medical or legal emergency. These scams are often well thought out and carefully orchestrated, they are designed to snag financially viable victims who are looking for companionship.

The tool used by users of Stop-Scammers.com, is an email header analyzer, which allows the system to check email headers against previous sent scam emails in order to ascertain the validity and originality of an email.

Instructions for extracting a header for most popular email providers:

Mobile devices (Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and so on)

Some mobile apps have this capability. However, most mobile devices do not have a good method to retrieve message headers. For now, we recommend that you use a computer to log on to your web mail client that offers this functionality.

Gmail

Open the message.
Click the down arrow adjacent to the Reply link in the upper-right corner of the email message.
Click “Show Original”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Windows Live Hotmail

Right click on the message.
Select “View Source”.
A new window with the full headers and HTML source of the email will open.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Windows Mail App

Currently, Windows 8 Mail App does not offer this functionality.

Windows Mail (Desktop)

Right-click the message.
Click “Properties”.
Click the “Details” tab to view the message headers.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Yahoo Mail (Classic Version)

Open the message.
Click “Actions” drop down menu.
Click “View Full Header”.
A window will appear with full headers.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Yahoo Mail (New Version)

Right click on the message.
Select “View Full Headers”.
A new window with the full headers will open.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Outlook Express

Right click on the message.
Select “Properties”.
Click “Details”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007

Open the message.
On the “File” tab, click “Properties” in the “Info” area.
Or, click the “Dialog Box Launcher” in the lower-right corner of the Tags group on the Ribbon.
In the “Properties” dialog box, locate the message headers in the “Internet headers” area.
For more information, see “View e-mail message headers”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Outlook.com

Right-click on the message.
Click “View message source”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Microsoft Exchange

Open the message.
Click the “File” menu.
Click “Properties”.
Click the “Details” tab.
Click “Message Source”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Apple Mail (Mac)
Open the message.
Click “View” in the menu bar.
Click “Message”.
Click “Long headers”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Mozilla Thunderbird

Open the message.
Click the “File” menu.
Select “Message Source”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Note: it is impossible to analyze email headers of letters sent from Gmail accounts (…@gmail.com) because Google hides the IP addresses of the senders.