|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|scammers phone numbers||0.62||0.6||9575||37|
|scammers on facebook||0.21||1||8161||80|
|scammers list and photos||0.23||0.4||2583||72|
|scammers on instagram||1.5||0.2||5295||64|
|scammers on facebook marketplace||1.63||0.3||802||80|
|scammers using zelle||1.27||0.6||3061||74|
|scammers getting scammed||0.49||0.8||3095||96|
|scammers phone numbers to prank call||1.65||0.1||160||79|
|scammers in spanish||0.1||0.9||2141||71|
|scammers definition in spanish||0.39||0.8||8812||58|
Scammers can be very convincing. They call, email, and send us text messages trying to get our money or our sensitive personal information — like our Social Security number or account numbers. And they're good at what they do.What do you call a scammer?
Definition of scammer : one who perpetrates a scam : a person who commits or participates in a fraudulent scheme or operation insurance/credit card scammers The company will not call you to ask for your Social Security or account number, but nefarious scammers might.How do scammers steal money online?
Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. They profess their love quickly. And they tug at your heartstrings with made-up stories about how they need money — for emergencies, hospital bills, or travel. Why all of the tricks? They’re looking to steal your money.Where can I find a list of scams to avoid?
Our list focuses on the scams that you could avoid, those reported to the CFR, FTC, Fraud.org and BBB (Better Business Bureau). For detailed explanations of each scam, how to report a scammer and how to protect yourself, click on the blue titles below for more information!