Question: Can you go to jail for scamming online Philippines?

For computer-related fraud under the Cybercrime Act: penalty is imprisonment of six to 12 years and/or fine of at least PHP200,000.

What to do if you have been scammed online Philippines?

For malicious messages, lodge reports to the NBI Anti-Fraud Division at (02) 8525-4093 or e-mail at afad@nbi.gov.ph. You may also send a message through the NBIs website at www.nbi.gov.ph or their official Facebook account.

What is the penalty for online scamming?

Online Fraud, Hacking and Phishing in California The maximum fine required may range from $1,000 to $10,000. Most online fraud or cyber crimes are known as “wobblers;” they may be punished as either misdemeanors or felonies. The term of imprisonment may be served in county jail for up to three years.

Where can I report scammer?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the main agency that collects scam reports. Report your scam online with the FTC complaint assistant, or by phone at 1-877-382-4357 (9:00 AM - 8:00 PM, ET).

How do I file a complaint against a scammer?

According to NCH, in case of fraudulent transactions a consumer should lodge a First Information Report (FIR) or make a police complaint or to Cyber Cell, if company is not traceable. To register a complaint with NCH you can call on 1800-11-4000 or 14404, you can also send SMS on 8130009809.

Is online scamming legal?

Under federal law, the controlling statute is 18 U.S.C. § 1343, which covers wire fraud and has now been generally understood to also cover cyber fraud, or fraud perpetrated by e-mail or the Internet. It is an incredibly harsh law, with punishment up to twenty years in federal prison.

Can I report a scammer?

If youve been scammed, think someone is trying to scam you, or have been the victim of a cybercrime, you can make a report online. If the scam originates: in NSW and you know the name of the business or trader, you can report to NSW Fair Trading online by lodging a complaint, or call 13 32 20.

What should I do if Ive been scammed?

If youve been scammed, you need to: protect yourself from further risks. check if you can get your money back. report the scam .If youve given the scammer access to your computerreset your passwords.let your bank know your financial information might have been stolen.make sure you update your anti-virus software.

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