verb (used with object), scammed, scam·ming.
Origin of scam
Related formsscam·mer, noun
Can be confusedscam scan
Examples from the Web for scam
Earning ownership had come to feel like a scam—even when it came to the things that we felt made life worth living.
The Wounded Warrior Project is certainly not a scam, nor an ill-meaning charity.
Clients who are wary of online transactions are liable to see escorts with print ads as less likely to cheat or scam them.
“There are plenty of companies that are more than happy to spam and scam customers with bare-minimum products,” McEwen says.