Thank you Jim Browning for featuring the ScammerBlaster tool in a recent video!!

Who we are, what we do
We are a group of volunteers from around the world who break scammer’s phone systems.  By sending a high volume of calls to their call centers the scammer cannot make or receive any more phone calls.  This completely stops their operation dead in their tracks and runs up their phone bill hundreds of dollars per minute.

How we do it

Currently, we have 12 dedicated 64-core servers using specialized software to do the task.  By entering in a simple command we can attack a phone system with as much as 3,600 phone calls per second.  YES!  PER SECOND!

Please see our article “Does Call Flooding REALLY Hurt Scammers?”  Before you say “Well, yeah, DUH!”, the REAL answer may surprise you.

What we aren’t

We are not “internet vigilantes”.  We take the growing problem of scam activity quite seriously.  We are a registered and licensed corporation with income, expenditures, bank account, employees, attorney, etc.  Our systems are set up to do what agencies cannot do…. STOP SCAMMERS DEAD IN THEIR TRACKS.

Can I also break a scammer’s phone system?

Absolutely!  While you may not be able to flood their system with calls there is a more effective approach to the matter.  You can break any scammer’s phone system in an hour or so with just 5 minutes of your time.  REPORT THEM to their carrier!

  1.  Make sure the phone number works.
  2.  Look up the scammer’s phone company.
  3.  Send an email to the abuse dept of the scammer’s phone company.

That’s it!! 

For looking up the scammer’s carrier and getting the abuse dept email read my article “The Ultimate Method of Scammer PayBack“.

Can I join the team?

In a way you can!  Use the “Report a Scammer” tool to submit phone numbers to us.  We will investigate the matter and go from there.


Stay tuned for more details!




RINGCENTRAL, on the ONVOY/INTELEQUENT network, is the largest telecom used by scammers by a margin of over 75% and refuses to shut down certain scammers:

Scammers have a new phone number:
850-231-8042(“Cash App” support impostors –

Not only do we have recordings of the scammer admitting to being a scammer, but we have been approached by a victim who lost all her money in her Cash App account AFTER we repeatedly notified Onvoy regarding their defiant reseller (RingCentral) about these scammers. This is unacceptable that the scammer’s phones STILL remain active and they are liable to victims in a court of law.

As of January 30th, 2020, the Department of Justice (DOJ) is now suing phone carriers for supplying phone services to scammers:  Justice Dept Sues Telecoms
As of March 27th, 2020, the Department of Justic (DOJ) is now also going after Comet Media, BlueTone Communications and J2 (also known as TimeShift (, and others, for knowingly supplying phone services to scammers:  Justice Dept Warns 9 Telecoms

The ScammerBlaster Operation:

12 servers, 64-cores each, 300 phone calls per second per sever, 3,600 calls per second capabilities across all servers, hundreds of scam operations destroyed DAILY!

100+ Scam Phones Turned off DAILY!


Because of your reports we are officially now taking out greater than 100 scammers per day.  

Please use the “Report a Scammer” tool at the top of the page to report scammer information to us.  If it is an urgent matter you can use our “Live Chat” widget at the bottom.

Inside a scam call center

Inside a scam call center

New stuff coming!

Stay tuned for some cool announcements at the end of 2020!

Calls Made


Dollars Ripped From India

$800+ Million

Scammers Removed



24 Hour Blasting

Our systems run non-stop. Scammers don't sleep, neither do we! Report a number to us and we will burn their phone system to the ground.


Turnkey Solution

We are constantly working to refine and improve our tactics. We will not stop until we are 100% refined.


Call monitoring

We monitor numerous websites where scammer numbers are posted. Our tools do a an auto-reverse look-up to identify the carrier. The carrier is notified about the scammer via email and the carrier typically shuts down the phone number within a few hours!


Flooding their Lines

Some carriers support scam activity and do not close a scammer's phone system. We go to step 2 of our efforts, which is to initiate so many calls to the scammer they cannot make or receive phone calls. Additionally, their phone bill gets out of control and ultimately brings money back into the U.S. economy.