Some advice from http://www.crimes-of-persuasion.com/Vic ... orting.htm
Federal Trade Commission: KnowFraud Complaint Form: https://rn.ftc.gov/pls/dod/wsolcq.startup?Z_ORG_CODE=PU01
Individuals who suspect possible corporate fraud may report suspicious activity to the FBI in Washington, DC, via a toll-free Corporate Fraud Hotline. The number is (888) 622- 0117. The Hotline is manned Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. by FBI analysts.
The FBI also has a terrorist tip line which has been extended to include other serious crimes.
They have received over 600,000 tips from around the globe. Initially, almost 100% of the tips received were related to the terrorist attacks; however, now approximately 45% of all tips received are related to almost every other FBI criminal program, e.g., drug trafficking, organized crime, money laundering, pyramid schemes, child pornography, fugitives, bank robbery.
A list of local Field Offices for the Secret Service.
They also have recommendations for Canadian and British citizens.
And then there's this fun one:
Get the Taxman After the Conman
Did the scammer report your losses as income or did they hide it somewhere? If you suspect any tax fraud activity, you can report it to the Internal Revenue Service toll free at 800-829-0433. You may even get a reward by filing a Form 211 with the IRS.
Before you poo-poo these potential solutions as a lost cause, just imagine what would happen if every person who donated money to the Elizabeth Wainio scams suddenly called the FCC, SEC and filled a Form 211 with the IRS? Do you think the fake 9/11 vicsim would get exposed?
I wonder ....
One of the last sections, near the bottom of the page offers phone numbers - per state's Attorney General's office - for reporting fraud.