Submit A Fraud Report To The Marketing 2.0 Conference!
Many scammers are targeting our exhibitors via email, attempting to impersonate the Marketing 2.0 Conference team. Please note these emails are sent by fraudsters and have nothing to do with our conferences and events.
We do not claim to sell our attendee list or share the personal details of our exhibitors online via email or text message. If you receive emails that propose to sell data about our speakers, we recommend that you do not engage with the sender and get in touch with us.
Such exhibitor scams and ill-intentioned emails can be falsely associated with the Marketing 2.0 Conference, and we encourage you to help us tackle the issue head on.
You may be receiving suspicious emails, links, payment requests, or follow-ups in our name. Please be aware that the Marketing 2.0 Team DOES NOT send unsolicited spam messages. Additionally, only respond to emails or messages from our official team. This means you should exercise caution when responding to spam messages from unknown email addresses.
You can assist us in reducing fraud and spam. Inform us of any scam activity you come across, and we will take appropriate action. If you suspect something is wrong with our communication, please notify us right away. It is most likely a ruse to defraud you using the brand name of the Marketing 2.0 Conference.
Fill out the form below to tell us about the correspondence you've received. We will take appropriate action to address the problem. .
Reach Out With Your Scam Report
*Please note that reports can only be submitted in English.*