Please be aware of any message coming from sources not affiliated with IAEM. Avoid interaction with them.
Valid emails come from @iaem.com, email@example.com, Mail@connectedcommunity.org, or from @asmii.net.
Unfortunately, emails are circulating that offer to sell attendee lists for the IAEM Annual Conference & EMEX. These emails are sent by scammers impersonating IAEM.
If you receive emails that propose to sell IAEM conference attendee lists, do not engage with the sender and delete the message immediately.
Our conferences are also the target of hotel scams. Scammers call or email attendees and exhibitors, claiming to represent IAEM or IAEM vendors, and encourage our customers to book rooms using fake promotion codes at various hotels close to the conference venue(s).
To secure your hotel for IAEM’s Annual Conference and EMEX, please visit our official site at https://www.iaem.org/usconf/hotel-and-travel/lodging This link is the official source for booking discount housing through the IAEM’s hotel block.
Please know that IAEM and the venue or convention center will NOT be calling anyone to make a room reservation and that any person who claims to do so on our behalf is not authorized to do so.
If ANYONE contacts you about booking housing or purchasing attendee/data lists, please be advised that they are poachers who are not authorized by IAEM and should be reported to IAEM HQ and ignored.
Please note that most recently, scams have been detected from:
Global Expo Travel LLC – phone number 1-858-964-0451, and the Royal Group.
Here are some of the other known companies/domains to steer clear of:
If you receive emails or calls regarding discounted IAEM hotel accommodations, please disregard them and do not engage with the sender. Please contact IAEM Headquarters with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you think the email is suspicious, you can check the email header to make sure it’s from IAEM. Here are some instructions on how to do that: https://www.wikihow.com/Read-Email-Headers
If you are solicited by a scammer, please notify IAEM at email@example.com.