Informa Markets aims to minimize the risk of fraudulent activity for our customers. Be aware of third-party companies falsely offering discounted stands or visitor data. If you receive suspicious communications, contact us immediately on [email protected]
Remember, we will never sell the data of our visitors or exhibitors. Anyone claiming to have this data is fraudulent.
1. Emails offering free directory listings.
2. Emails selling data claiming to be from Safety & Health Expo or our partners.
3. Requests for updated banking details via phone or email.
4. Social media messages asking for favors or impersonating show team members.
• Check the sender's email (usually [email protected]), it could be from a member of the show team.
• Verify if the content aligns with Safety & Health Expo's usual style.
• Confirm if the individual/company is an official partner in the online manual.
• Requests for updated banking details via phone or email.
• Assess the language for any unusual clumsiness or deviation from Safety & Health Expo's standard tone.
Please watch this video for some useful tips on how to protect yourself from scammers.
• Do not reply to the email or click on any links
• If you're being called, end the conversation as soon as you become suspicious
• Let us know at [email protected] and we'll confirm if the communications are a scam
DO NOT sign any forms from them. They target companies globally through exhibition guides and data selling. Expo Guide claims to offer online listing services but tricks exhibitors into non-retractable three-year contracts with no benefits. Beware of debt collection agencies like Gravis Inkasso Gmbh and Premium Recovery AG (Construct Data subsidiary) working with them. They have no connection to our events. Stay vigilant against such organizations as they use deceptive tactics on a large scale.