It looks like Police agencies and the FBI etc will not be interested in using this opportunity to help them, as I can't even find a way to really report it. I did fill out the secret service online notice but seems like it will just fall into a black hole.
I am VERY glad this site exists for victims. It appears to be a rampant problem.
Perhaps in the future there can be a section for people who "escaped" but want to help.
BTW I did also put a credit alert on my accounts with Equifax just to help reinforce protecting my address and name. No guarantees but I am pretty vigilant about my credit because I have had people in the past with my "same" name try to use my history. One woman actually took my work history off a board at the hospital I used to work at and used it to get herself an apartment. One of those friendly "these are your therapists" and a small blurb about how many years they worked for the hospital.
It's amazing what people get away with doing. Worse yet is that several women that have my "name" have the same doctors I do so they can potentially get mixed up with me. I am forever educating front desk clerks that they should NOT ask me if my number (SS# phone, etc)is.... but ask people to provide it to them instead.
Good luck with your efforts to make the public more aware of these scammers.