Internet 2.0 Conference Tracks Events-Related Scams & Fraud
Our fraud monitoring forum has you covered when it comes to dealing with scams. Through this, Internet 2.0 Conference offers a vigilant way of dealing with scammers misrepresenting themselves as event team members.
Our page offers preventative measures for everything related to conference scams. We help provide attendees with early detection of scams to avoid any possible financial and reputational loss. Being wary and vigilant when it comes to distinguishing between legitimate and fraudulent offers can help save an individual from a scam and help prevent further scams. Prioritize regular checking of our fraud detection page to stay up to date on what's new when it comes to scam tactics. Use our form to resolve any concerns related to spam conference emails you’ve received!
Scam Email 1
From: [email protected]
On behalf of the Internet 2.0 Conference, we are excited to host you as an attendee at our upcoming event!...
This is a routine email to remind you of your pending mandatory donation towards our XYZ internet program. Please address this ASAP using the link attached.
Internet 2.0 Conference Reviews This Fraudulent & Spammy Email:
Inspecting this particular email, the first thing that should give it off as a scam is a grammatical error in the email address. Always verify the email address of the sender and make sure it matches our official conference email —“internet2.0conf.com” & not, “inteernet2conf.com.”
Moving on from that, perhaps the most concerning aspect of this email would be the attempt to collect unsolicited donations on the conference’s behalf. In no way does the Internet 2.0 Conference require you to pay any “mandatory donations” to participate in any of the conference’s programs. Here, we would like to stress the fact that our passes cover everything, including access to the panels, keynotes, and fireside chats, as well as the networking sessions. You do not have to worry about hidden charges!
Scam Email 2
You are one of the few to be selected as an Internet 2.0 Exhibitor. This is a limited-period offer and we wouldn't want you to miss out!...
Visit this link below to book your space right away. This is your opportunity to reach out to thousands of potential clients under one roof. So, what are you waiting for?
Internet 2.0 Conference Spots Fraud Markers
The Internet 2.0 Conference understands that differentiating between legitimate and fraudulent emails can be tough. With most conferences offering discounts from time to time, falling for such spam emails can be easy.
Coming to the scam in question, our exclusive offers are only given out through official channels and verified third parties. We do not ask prospective exhibitors to pay right away. Instead, we share information about the various packages available to them and recommend the most suitable ones, based on their business needs. Make sure that you are extra careful with fishy links and attachments in emails sent by strangers. They might contain malware.
Given the number of scams being reported, we encourage people to actively reach out to our team and report scams and suspicious activities conducted under our conference name.
Scam Email 3
Subject: Get Access to the Best Speakers at the Best Price!
We are excited to offer you exclusive access to our top-rated speakers ... Read More
Scam Email 4
Subject: Exclusive Offer: Book Your Hotel Room Now for the Big Event!
Going to attend the Internet 2.0 Conference this year but its official ... Read More
Submit Information On Conference Scams
Have you been contacted by spammers who claim they are a part of the Internet 2.0 Conference team? Are they claiming to have unsolicited offers for you? We want to help you expose them and take the necessary steps! To start the process, kindly fill out the form provided below.