You can use the database to search for email addresses that are being used to receive replies to various scam emails currently in circulation.
The database only holds records of the reply email addresses that are found in current scam emails – not the sending accounts.
Simply type in the reply email address from the scam email you are reviewing and you’ll see whether or not it’s listed. The database is updated every 12 hours and holds the majority of probable current scam email reply accounts currently in circulation – a historical listing for the past 12 months (sometimes longer) is also included and will be displayed in the search results.
Should you find an address that has been included in error, then please notify us straight away using the Enquiry Form on the Contact Us page and we will investigate further and take the appropriate action.
We hope you enjoy using the database and that it helps you to determine whether the email you have received is genuine or a possible scam. Remember, the database won’t have every single scam email address in circulation – that would be impossible – however you’ll find that it will contain the majority of probable scam reply addresses currently being used to defraud.