Email spam warning
IAPH Secretariat was informed by several IAPH members that they received a spam email. As with spams, the best thing to do is to ignore it and delete it from your email box. More importantly DO NOT open the attachment.
[Example case 1]
It looks like a commercial advertising sent by Nancy Henry (firstname.lastname@example.org). IAPH has nothing to do with the sender. Please click here for the spam email we received.
[Example case 2]
It uses our President’s and Secretary General’s names and our logo to deceive you. The sender – WCT in Malaysia (email@example.com) has nothing to do with IAPH. Please click here for the spam email we received.
*Please note that for security reason links to coordinators directory and IAPH Membership Directory 2016 on members area of the website have been disabled until the problems are solved. We hope your kind understanding.