Sound too good to be true? See if it's a scam!
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The FREE Internet Scam Scanner
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How to use
Does that work-at-home program seem too good to be true? Is that guy on Craigslist acting a little shady?
If your instinct is raising flags, this tool will help you decide if it's a scam or not!
Simply enter or paste a URL or EMAIL address above, and click the button. It's that easy!
How does it work?
The ScamScanner uses a wide array of open-source tools and mathematical methods to determine the credibility of a URL or EMAIL address.
To view the source code and to learn more about the complex algorithms involved,
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This service does not guarantee any accuracy in determining the credibility of a website or email address.
Your own intuition is your best indicator. Listen to it!
The results of this test are by no means perfect! It may be wrong!
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Results of the scan will appear here.
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This service is completely FREE to use!
Our goal is to increase awareness of Internet scams and to educate people to listen to their own instinct.
If you found this site helpful and would like to contribute, a small donation would be greatly appreciated!
You may do so safely through PayPal by visiting the link below. Thank you for using our tool, and thank you for being safe!