The story of Scam Detector

Scam Detector iPhone App

The Scam Detector app was created after the outstanding success of The 419: The Nigerian Scam, a short film which quickly became a viral hit, being viewed over a million times online. The docu-drama was the first movie ever made on the infamous 419 topic.

The production premiered worldwide at the West Hollywood International Film Festival in June 2008. Soon after, it won the Rappahannock Independent Film Festival in Fredericksburg, VA. The news traveled so fast across the Internet not only because of the sensitive topic but also because the movie was made with only $180, everybody volunteering!

Ever since, thousands of fans have inquired not only about the production of the full length feature of the film, but also about the creation of a smartphone application which would expose the most fraudulent activities in the world. And we did it!

Scam Detectorâ„¢ is now the largest fraud prevention resource in the world and is operated by a full team of professionals providing the best safety measures, along with our world-class partners. We help millions of people around the globe to take conscious consumer choices, for a better life. 

27 comments

  • Comment Link Alfonso Colter Jr Friday, October 10, 2014 posted by Alfonso Colter Jr

    Found out that THE " SENIOR BENIFITS DEPT." Is scams by sending letters to cities with huge senior section telling they can get up to $35,000 in funeral benefits. IT IS BULL, THROW IT AWAY!!

  • Comment Link Michelina Wednesday, August 27, 2014 posted by Michelina

    The post has been an eye opener, happy to have found it.

  • Comment Link rhondaward Sunday, August 17, 2014 posted by rhondaward

    morning I have been contacted by a lady named Tina Donna I have won a half million dollars.woo the only going to cost me 450 to get it really

  • Comment Link Tonya Chaffins Saturday, May 24, 2014 posted by Tonya Chaffins

    I had a phone call from the treasury and they told me that they were going to give me $9,000 and all I had to was spend it on good things and not drugs or anything else like that. So I said that I would buy me a car so I can get a job. He told me that I needed a bank account to get the money so I told him that I had a green dot prepaid card. He said that as long as I had 240 dollars on it I could get the 9,000. So I told him that I thought it was a scam 4 times and he hung up on me. Thank god that I didn't get sucked in that scam!!!

  • Comment Link charlene Monday, April 28, 2014 posted by charlene

    Yes I was told I was a winner of150.000.00 on face book spoke to Naomi Gleit she told me my email match and I was one out of ten who won I ask her could I pick the money up she said yes but if I didn't want to come to her she could srnt through the mail for 175.oo I laugh but she still this was legit and I could pick the check up at the head quarters in menlo park ca. I told her she dhould be change of herself trying to scam me shr reply and this is how you treat us when where trying to help you what by taking my money right.

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