1. Phishing websites – Fake websites posing as legitimate ones, used to steal personal and financial information.

2. Fake Drug Scams – Bogus products offered by criminals, claiming to be drugs or medicines, often containing dangerous or counterfeit substances.

3. Fake Investment Opportunities – Offers of high-return investments that turn out to be scams and frauds.

4. Fake Auction Scams – Fake offers of products and services for sale in online auctions, usually for unreasonably high prices.

5. Fake Digital Currency Exchange Scams – Fraudsters posing as legitimate online currency exchanges and stealing money from unsuspecting victims.

6. Computer Hacking Services – Criminals offering hackings services for a fee, to steal financial information and passwords.

7. Spam E-mails – Unsolicited marketing e-mails and other communications designed to deceive targets into giving away personal information or sending money.

8. Identity Theft – Criminals accessing and stealing personal information, such as bank accounts, social security numbers, and passwords.