The primary focus of Health 2.0 Conference’s fraud tracking page is to give people the tools and knowledge necessary to safeguard themselves from the most recent types of event-related scams. We will post reviews and reports from reliable sources, as well as user submissions that are thought to be relevant! Our reports provide data and analysis on specific cases, as well as patterns in fraudulent activities to watch out for.
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Subject: Great discounts!
We, at Health 2.0 Conference, are delighted to offer you a limited-time discount on your upcoming flight booking. Pay 500$ upfront to secure this discounted rate by referring to the link attached.
Take advantage of this incredible deal and make your travel arrangements now. Don't miss out on this opportunity to save some extra money and enjoy your trip with ease.
This email is most likely a scam as the offer of a huge discount on flight bookings is too good to be true. Before taking advantage of any offers or discounts, always confirm the offer is legitimate by cross-referencing the sender and website. The Health 2.0 Conference advises you to never provide personal or payment information to any unfamiliar third parties.
From: [email protected]
We are delighted to inform you that your application to be an exhibitor at the Health 2.0 Conference has been approved!
We look forward to having you join us in this learning experience. To verify your attendance and acquire your pass, please click on the link.
By impersonating one of Health 2.0 Conference’s representatives, this particular scammer entices the receiver to click on an unverified link. We strongly urge you to not click on such links included in fishy emails as it could compromise your data and put your online safety at risk. We urge you to exercise caution and if you feel any suspicious activity related to your personal information or data, to please reach out to us for help.
Moreover, in this particular spam email, there is a grammatical error spotted in the sender’s email address – “Hhealth2konf.com” instead of “health2conf.com”
This gives away the scam instantly. To make sure that you’re interacting with our team, please double-check the source and check for our signature at the end of the message.
Our complaint form below is for attendees to report any such suspicious activities. This helps us review scam activities and take action against them!