What information is collected?
When individuals contact the scamvictimfighter.com for advice, online or offline, their names and physical or email addresses are collected temporarily in order to respond to them.
Individuals who report suspected telemarketing or Internet fraud are asked for their names, addresses, phone numbers at home and work, email addresses, years of birth, method of payment (but not account numbers) and the names and contact information of the sellers involved.
The scamvictimfighter.com collects the names, affiliations, phone and fax numbers, and email addresses of law enforcement investigators who have arranged to receive fraud reports.
Some individuals send letters or faxes to the scamvictimfighter.com that contain personally identifiable information.
When people visit www.scamvictimfighter.com, NCL can obtain information from its Internet Service Provider about what countries they came from, what Web sites they visited immediately before, the most popular Web pages visited, and the total number of visitors.
Web visitors’ names, email addresses and other personally identifiable information are not collected unless they make a donation, fill out membership or subscription forms for the Alliance Against Fraud in Telemarketing, or use the online reporting form to report fraud or ask for advice.