We provide this searchable database of known art scammer names and email addresses as a public service. The information in this database is entered when it is determined that the suspicious email that was forwarded to us is from a likely scammer. If you receive a suspicious email or message, simply check the name or email address against this database, free of charge. If you do not locate the name or email address in the database, it does not mean that your email is not from a scammer. If you have completed a search and the name or email address is not found in our database, you can always forward the email along with the header of the email through the Scammer Database Form and we will help you make a determination. If you're an ArtQuest Member, incoming messages via your gallery are automatically checked against this database and a warning will be added to the message so that you can stay on your guard and not become a victim of being scammed.
To search our database, enter the person's name or email address. If you have a name and email address and wish to search for both simultaneously, you may do so by entering the name first, then separating the name and email address by two plus symbols with no spaces in between. For example, if you were searching for someone named Stan Smith and also had an email address that might belong to him, you would enter: Stan Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org
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