Other than this site where can you post scams froms craigslist?

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You can report scams to your State Attorney Generals Office. Also, checkout these sites:

www.ripoffreport.com

www.mouseprint.org

www.snopes.com

www.scambusters.org

www.bbb.org

Yes. You can Goggle, enter "report scam or fraud".

If you've been scammed from an ad on Craig's List go to the ad and flag it. Craig's List will remove it. I believe you can also file a complaint at ftc.gov

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