How to use offers you a vast array of useful tools to help you identify and fight back against online female scammers. In this brief overview of our site, you will learn about some of those unique features that make the most complete website dedicated to stopping you from being scammed.

Submitting a report

Our site is so successful because men like you took the time to submit a report on their experiences with scammers. If you have been scammed in the past or have discovered that you are currently being scammed by a woman online, this is the place to go to make a report. We'll collect all pertinent information about your scammer (like her name, addresses, age and any web sites that she might operate on). You'll also be able to submit supporting and corroborating data (like photos, letters and any documentation she may have sent to you). Once all your submitted info has been checked-over by our site administrators, your scammer's info will be published in our database and be made available to all our other users.

Searching our database of scammers

If you're lucky, you've found us before you got scammed. Maybe that dream girl you've been talking to for the past couple of weeks seems a little too good to be true? Maybe she's moving a little fast or maybe your gut is just telling you something doesn't feel right. Either way, you are in the right place.

We offer multiple ways of searching our database to check whether the woman you are communicating with may be a scammer:
  • You can search our database using common search queries (just like you would if you were using Google or Yahoo). Enter first and last names, city or country of residence, postal addresses, email addresses, age etc.

  • Often, scammers will recycle the same letters over and over. This is very useful as it means you can use our "Search Letters" feature. Enter an excerpt from any correspondence you have received into our search engine and, if it matches any of the thousands of letters we already have on file, you'll know in just a few seconds whether you are dealing with a scammer or not.

  • Just as scammers will reuse letters, so they will also recycle the fake documentation that they use to "prove" they are who they say they are. You can take any of the numbers you find on these documents and enter them into our "Fake docs" search engine and it will instantly search through the thousands of documents that we have in our database that have been used in previous scam attempts.

  • Use our "IP Check" to cross reference the IP address your girlfriend sends her emails from. If we have the IP on file already, then the chances are you are dealing with a scammer (Don't know what an IP address is or how to find it? Don't worry; we explain how to find this information).

  • ** NEW FEATURE ** We are proud to announce that you can now search our database of photos of scammers. Just upload any photo you've received from your "girlfriend", hit search and we'll tell you whether we already have that picture on file as a known scammer instantly.

Educate yourself

Someone once said that knowledge is power. How right they were. Learn some of the common signs you may be being scammed, how scammers work, how they target their victims and what you can do to protect yourself from becoming a victim.


When you join not only will you gain access to the most powerful database of scammers available anywhere on the planet, you will also become part of a thriving Forum community of men who will watch your back, offer their advice and listen to what you have to say.


Of course, we don't pretend to have information on every scammer, that's why we offer updates via our blog and newsletters. Subscribe to these two powerful tools and you'll receive updates on new scammer's identities, letters, pictures and other information as soon as it becomes available.