We’ve learned of a phishing attack that attempts to draw the attention of the ESVS 30th Annual Meeting participants, attracting people to a scam website.
Visitors are directed to a fake website and asked to enter private information. While the site appears to be displaying accurate information about the meeting, it does not express the official branding of ESVS. In the event that you land on a website fitting this description, close the page immediately.
Phishing is a fraudulent process used by spammers to acquire sensitive information from users such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details, so please use caution.
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