Expose A Scam And Help MoRE 2.0 Conference Take Action Against It
We take our reputation and commitment to our attendees seriously. We understand that in today's digital age, scams, and fraud attempts have become increasingly common. However, we want to assure our clients that the MoRE 2.0 Conference does NOT send suspicious spam emails.
Our process is safe and thorough. We connect with you via phone calls or online meetings before asking for personal information or sending unsolicited payment links. If you receive a suspicious email that claims to be from us and appears to be a scam, please do not click on any links or provide any personal information. We strongly recommend that you report the email to us immediately by filling out the form below.
By reporting spam emails, you can help us identify and take action against individuals or organizations attempting to deceive our customers. We take all reports of suspicious activity seriously and will investigate them thoroughly.
Additionally, we want to remind our customers to be vigilant when receiving emails that claim to be from the MoRE 2.0 Conference. Always verify the sender's email address and be cautious of any links or attachments within the email. If you have any doubts about the legitimacy of an email, please contact us directly through our website or customer service.