Attendee lists for sale
Every year exhibitors will receive offers via email that say the company can sell them the Groundwater Week attendee list (with email addresses!).
These are always a scam! NGWA does not, and never has, provided attendee information to anyone other than exhibitors and sponsors of the show.
Here are a few things you can do in order not to be scammed.
- First, try to find their presence on the web by typing in the domain name from their email address into a browser and see what appears.
- Next, I always do a search on https://www.whois.com/. This will sometimes show you who owns the domain name.
- Lastly, look to see if they have any contact information (phone number or physical address listed in their email) or information regarding how to opt out of their emails. These are required for all commercial marketing messages by both the United States’ SPAM-ACT and Canada’s CAN-SPAM Act. All legitimate businesses list these in marketing messages.
If you do receive a scam, please let me know at email@example.com, so that I can update this page with the latest information.
The following individuals/companies have been reported to be contacting Groundwater Week attendees or exhibitors. These companies and individuals are not affiliated with NGWA or Groundwater Week in any manner. (Note: This list is updated as additional companies are reported.)
- Demand Generation Executive
- Global Elite Travel Group
- Cathy Russell mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
- Belinda Smith mailto:email@example.com
- Eric Levicoff mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
- Julie Jack email@example.com
- Melissa Apaza firstname.lastname@example.org
- Claire Morris email@example.com
- Sara Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org
- James Allan email@example.com
- Debbie Burton firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kate Parker email@example.com
- Natalie Portman firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jennifer Steven email@example.com
- Jennifer Perez firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ryan Smith mailto:email@example.com