Report A Scam To The Internet 2.0 Conference!
Fraudsters today are becoming extremely careful and strategic. They target big conferences and try to impersonate the team. Fraudulent claims from third parties about being associated with the Internet 2.0 Conference are our major concern, and we believe we can tackle the issue with your help!
You could be receiving fishy emails, links, payment prompts, or follow-ups in our name. Please be aware that we do NOT send out unrecognized contact messages.
Our payment process is systematic, safe, and thorough. We do not ask for payment immediately via unsolicited links. If you receive a payment link from us before having an on-call conversation or an online meeting with our team where we walk you through our conference offerings, please disregard it immediately.
Also, ensure that you only respond to emails or messages from our official team. This means that you should be careful about responding to spam messages from unfamiliar email addresses. If you see a suspicious name that you haven’t heard from our officials, please regard it as fraudulent.
You can help the Internet 2.0 Conference minimize spam event emails and messages. Tell us about any fraudulent or scam activity you encounter and we will be sure to take prompt action against it.
If you sense that something about our communication is just not right, instantly report it to us. It is most likely a scam against the Internet 2.0 Conference.
Fill out the form below to provide us with details about the correspondence you have received. We will seek out and block its origins.
Reach Out With Your Scam Report
*Please note that reports can only be submitted in English.*