Yea, I think most scams are via internet, we call them e-scams at my office. I work for an insurance company and we are told to be really careful about which emails and attachments we open.
Recently, we heard about a scam where an email was sent to a company appearing to be a response to their job vacancies. Well, the attachment didn't turn out to be a CV, but malware that hacked their system and actually transferred money out of the company to personal bank accounts. Even the sound of it is so complicated, I don't know how they manage to design these things. There are some really smart but ill intentioned people out there.
Our office assistant sent around a list of places to contact if we fall for any scam emails. One is the Internet Crime Complaint Center which actually works with the FBI, some others are the Federal Trade Commission, the United States Department of Justice and Attorney General. Reporting scams to as many agencies as possible is supposed to help agencies keep track and hopefully prosecute them.