Rising Scam Activities: Marketing 2.0 Conference Sounds the Alarm For Fraudsters
Marketing 2.0 Conference is back with its new editions scheduled for June and July in Dubai & Las Vegas, respectively. However, the occurrence of fraud and scam at conferences is rising quickly and we cannot ignore the possibility that innocent people who wish to attend these events could fall victim to such tactics. We take this threat very seriously and want to ensure the security and protection of everyone, including our previous and future attendees.
Your privacy is crucial to the Marketing 2.0 Conference organizing team, and protecting it is at the top of their list of priorities. Our marketing and retail conference has a zero-tolerance policy for any fraudulent behavior. As a result, the organizing team for the event reviews and actively monitors the website, the registration process, and payment systems for any unusual activity.
We, therefore, urge you to inform us of any suspicious encounters so we can take appropriate action and shut down scammers, spammers, and fraudsters in real time.
Know The Common Signs Of A Conference Scam To Avoid Getting Into One
In the current environment, when everything has gone digital, conference fraud is on the rise, especially in the name of significant conferences like the Marketing 2.0 Conference. It's crucial to be aware of the most typical indicators of a conference scam to avoid falling victim to one because it has become more widespread than you might realize.
The following are some of the most typical warning indicators of a conference scam brought to our attention:
- Spammy Website: Scammers often operate on unprofessional websites or have multiple websites with different URLs. Using such a website, the fraud perpetrators try to sell fake tickets, convincing you to purchase one.
- Too Good To Be True Promises: If the promises of the conference seem too good to be true, then there's a good chance that it's a scam. Reputable conferences like the Marketing 2.0 Conference don't make false promises!
- Poor Communication: If the organizers are unresponsive to your emails or do not provide clear answers, it's likely a scam. The Marketing 2.0 Conference's crew works around the clock and is willing to respond to emails promptly so you can get more precise answers to your concerns and queries.
If you ever come across a conference that seems suspicious, it's suggested that you use your best judgment, do research, and, in case of any confusion, reach out to our officials for expert advice.
Marketing 2.0 Conference's Anti-Fraud Advisory
The Marketing 2.0 Conference is committed to providing attendees with a safe and secure environment. With the increasing threat of fraud, the global retail and marketing conference is taking proactive measures to protect the past and future attendees and the integrity of the events. To ensure that our delegates do not encounter fraudulent scenarios, we have implemented several anti-fraud measures:
- The Marketing 2.0 Conference's Attendee Passes are non-refundable. So, if a stranger approaches you with a 100% refundable pass, report it as a scam to the customer support team of the global marketing conference.
- Be extra vigilant against someone selling the Attendee Pass on social media, posing as the Marketing 2.0 Conference's official representative; this could be a scam.
- Gift cards are not available for the Marketing 2.0 Conference. You won't ever be required to pay for our all-inclusive Attendee Pass using an Amazon Gift Card, a money order, or any other tier-one gift card. The Marketing 2.0 Conference's Attendee Passes are non-transferable.
We are taking all necessary steps to protect our attendees from fraud and ensure our event remains safe and secure. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Thank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing you at the Marketing 2.0 Conference!