I know there have been several questions about users who delete their question immediately after receiving an answer. I have seen this abusive behavior many times. This and this are two examples. Many suggest these individuals should be blacklisted. However, I could not find any place to report them. I doubt that the users who tend to do this will probably do it again in the future. I am not sure how moderators deal with this situation, but I would like to prevent it from happening for other people who contribute in answering the questions.
How can we report or blacklist these dishonest and rude users such that everyone can know about them? Would it be enough to just report them to the moderators? Where to do so? What if we build a lookup table somewhere for a quick search?
Alternatively, If this is not viable I believe there should be a better mechanism to cure this problem since I personally think the current system is seriously lacking (please share your opinion about this as well). One possibility would be to disable deleting a question after it is answered (regardless of votes).
A very good point from @hardmath is that when I click the corresponding links in the list of "deleted recent answers", only a "page not found" error page is displayed. Indeed, I have no access at all neither to the deleted questions, nor my answers. I can't even acquire the user id if I can't remember it (which is the case at the moment). So I can't see my post anymore until I acquire the privilege! It makes more sense if a user could see his/her own post, even if s/he has not been awarded the privilege. This way, at least there is one place to flag the post (for the moderators).