MoRE 2.0 Conference Spreads Awareness About Illegitimate Exhibitor Space Scams
Attending global conferences is exciting for all. But imagine what happens if unexpected scammers decide to take advantage of your enthusiasm? Takes all the fun out of it, right?
Don’t worry! MoRE 2.0 Conference has got you covered. Among legit exhibitors, there are sometimes fraudulent enterprises that scam others at trade shows and expos. These scams usually entail offering Exhibitor spaces that do not exist or misrepresenting the ROI of attendance.
The MoRE 2.0 Conference team is aware of the harmful impact that these scams may have on both Exhibitors and Attendees. We understand that Exhibitors invest significant time, effort, and money to participate in conferences. Falling victim to these scams may be disastrous to their business reputation and financial stability. Similarly, participants may be duped into dealing with imposters and spammers. You might end up wasting your time and lose your trust in the organizers. It is necessary to avoid exhibitor space scams for this reason.
MoRE 2.0 Conference team has put into place numerous measures to protect attendees against this issue of fraud, spam, and scams. By means of this advisory, our purpose is to educate both Exhibitors and guests on the warning signs and indicators associated with Exhibitor space scams.
How Is MoRE 2.0 Conference Actively Preventing Scams And Fraudulent Businesses?
We have created collaborative initiatives with Exhibitors to implement measures that prioritize transparency and security inside the Exhibitor area in order to avoid fraud and dissuade fraudulent organizations. Our staff meticulously screens potential Exhibitors to confirm their legitimacy and that they fit the essential criteria for participation. Furthermore, we maintain regular and transparent communication channels to address any concerns or complaints of suspicious activity as soon as possible.
Examining The Key Safety MeasuresTo Avoid Being Scammed
Since we have considerable expertise in hosting legitimate events, we have come across several instances of scam offenses at trade shows. That is why we want to increase awareness about these scams and provide you with essential signs to avoid being a victim. Here are some important pointers to remember for people who regularly attend conferences:
Secure payment methods: Exercise caution when it comes to payment methods. Legitimate exhibitors provide safe solutions such as payment cards or recognized internet platforms. Be careful if an exhibitor insists on cash only or requests payment through unprotected ways.
Examine reviews and request references: In order to check an exhibitor's track record, request references or case studies. Legitimate exhibitors, as shown at previous events produced by the MoRE 2.0 Conference team, will have pleased clients and great testimonials to provide. Proceed with caution if an exhibitor cannot give reputable references.
Conduct your research: Dig deep before connecting with an exhibitor. Examine their website and determine whether they have a strong internet presence. If their contact information appears shady or they have no internet presence, this is a red flag.
Transparency is important: Genuine exhibitors embrace transparency. Be wary if an exhibitor is hesitant to provide clear and precise information about their offerings. Genuine exhibitors are forthright and honest, wanting to establish confidence.
Keep an eye out for unrealistic promises: If an exhibitor makes outrageous claims or offers outcomes that appear too good to be true, they most likely are. As seen by the MoRE 2.0 Conference team, reliable exhibitors offer their products realistically and without embellishments.
Finally, Listen to your intuition! Take a minute to rethink if something feels off or if you have any doubts. It's better to approach with care and suspicion than to fall for a misleading technique unknowingly.
We hope that these tips will help you attend legit finance and real estate conferences without the fear of being scammed. At the end of the day, knowledge is power. So, you can always visit MoRE 2.0 Conference’s Fraud Tracker page to stay updated on the common types of scams happening in the events space.