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File a complaint directly with the Internet Crime Complaint Center – a partnership between the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) and the FBI.
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Explore the many cybercrime resources to find the best solution to your cybercrime needs.
Have you been a victim of cybercrime? Perhaps you’re just looking for resources or information about a particular scam. Whatever your need, check out our cybercrime resources and let us help you find what you are looking for.
Let us take you through a few questions to help narrow down the resources you will need in order to report/resolve your cybercrime.
By answering a few questions, we can help you by finding the appropriate agencies to assist you with your specific situation. Simply answer the following questions the best you can, and let us guide you from there.
The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting law enforcement in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high-tech crimes. While NW3C has no investigative authority itself, the mission of NW3C is to provide training, investigative support and research to agencies and entities involved in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high-tech crime.
NW3C currently works with over 5,000 member agencies across the globe, including state, local, federal, international and tribal law enforcement.
NW3C membership consists of law enforcement agencies from the 50 states, U.S. territories and 16 countries.
Made possible by a generous donation from Symantec™, the VOICE (Victims of Internet Crimes Empowered) website serves as a comprehensive, trustworthy source of information for victims of Internet-related crime and the public at large. Through this site, NW3C aims to not only improve outcomes for victims but also to prevent other Internet users from falling victim to cybercrime.
Through a combination of training and critical support services, NW3C provides state, local, federal, international and tribal law enforcement agencies with skills and resources needed to tackle emerging issues regarding economic and cybercrime.
For the general public, NW3C provides information and research so they can protect themselves against economic and cybercrime.
Victims of internet crimes can register complaints through the Internet Crime Complaint Center’s website at www.ic3.gov. This process notifies the appropriate authorities at local, state, and federal levels promptly, accurately, and securely, and provides analysts and law enforcement experts a foundation from which to launch an official investigation.