Fraud Monitor

Fraudulent Conference Announcements / Organization Solicitations / Scams / Cheats / Criminal Activity
Annonces de Conférences Frauduleuses / Sollicitations d'Organisations Frauduleuses / Escroqueries
Anuncios de Conferencias Fraudulentas / Organizaciones Fraudulentas

The Fraud Monitor is a service of the UIA and is intended to provide information only about possible fraudulent activity and scams. We are not able to provide advice to, or take action on behalf of recipients of such activities. We are not the internet police or an enforcement agency. If you are the victim of fraud then local resources are best. Always use caution when responding to or acting on unsolicited requests.

Le Moniteur des Fraudes est un service de l'UAI dont le but est seulement d'informer au sujet d'éventuelles activités frauduleuses et d'escroqueries. Nous n'avons pas la capacité de fournir un avis ou de mener une action pour les destinataires de ces fraudes. Nous ne sommes ni la police ni une agence traquant ces fraudeurs. Si toutefois vous êtes victime de fraude, vos instances locales seront plus aptes à vous venir en aide. Faites preuve de prudence lorsque vous réagissez en réponse à des requêtes non sollicitées.

Fraud Item: 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking

Fraudulent Message:

From: amos0120 amos amos0120@123mail.cl
BCC to: Send reply to: dorothy_william@mynet.com
Date sent: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 06:51:53 -0800
Subject: INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT INVITATION!!!

INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT INVITATION!!!

Dear Friend / Colleagues

Fraud Item: 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking

Fraudulent Message:

Date sent: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 05:06:54 +0100 (CET)
From: "amos0120@virgilio.it" amos0120@virgilio.it
Subject: INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT INVITATION!!!

INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT INVITATION!!!

Dear Friend / Colleagues

On behalf of the 2ND CAHT 2010 Summit Organizing Committee, I am privileged indeed to extend a warm invitation to you to participate in the 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking (2ND CAHT 2010) to be held in New York, United States of America and Senegal from April 26th – 29 and May 3rd – 6th 2010.

Fraud Item: World Conference - Global Peace Index

Fraudulent Message:

Date sent: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 02:51:22 +0200
Subject: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE INVITATION
From: Sandra Clinton

Dear Friend,

Fraud Item: Conference Internationale de l’ANAPEM sur le Rechauffement Climatique

Fraudulent Message:

Date sent: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 09:59:32 -0800 (PST)
From: RECHAUFFEMENT-CLIMATIQUE
Send reply to: anapem_secretary@torontomail.com
Subject: AVIS D’INSCRIPTION ANAPEM -CANADA 2010
AVIS D’INSCRIPTION ANAPEM -CANADA 2010

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CONFERENCE INTERNATIONALE DE L’ANAPEM SUR LE RECHAUFFEMENT CLIMATIQUE.

Fraud Item: 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking

Fraudulent Message:

Date sent: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 10:10:53 -0000 (GMT)
Subject: INTERNATIONAL 2nd SUMMIT
From: "Alodie Ilisapesi" alodieilisapesi@mynet.com
Send reply to: alodieilisapesi@mynet.com

Dear Friend / Colleagues

On behalf of the 2ND CAHT 2010 Conference Organizing Committee, I am privileged indeed to extend a warm invitation to you to participate in the 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking (2ND CAHT 2010) to be held in New York, United States of America and Senegal from April 26th – 29 and May 3rd – 6th 2010.

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