Ninet5 Technologies Reports & Reviews (4)
ScammersReceived multiple emails from the following addresses claiming that they'll sell attendee list of 1000 people's email for $350... they do not take credit card but only money transfers... do not trust them, they are scammers.
Such an amateurish attempt...Was approached, by email, by a Josie Gilbert, ([email protected]) offering the attendee list of 'over 1,000' exhibitees at an event I am on the organisational committee for and at which I am representing professionally a number of the businesses attending. The event is in fact a skills and careers festival for 7,000 school children and with a relatively modest 60+ exhibitors. I suspected scam, but played along and was referred to good old Mike Jordan ([email protected]) who offered the attendee list for £300 (sterling). Bless him, he's not a very good salesman - I hope he doesn't work on commission only...
SCAMMER ALERT!!!Ninet5 Technologies approached me to sell me an attendee list for a show where I am exhibiting. Clearly a scam as the show organisers don't sell the attendee list and if they did, they would sell it to me themselves. To be fair, if you get sucked in by these amateurish thieves, you might want to think about cutting back on the booze.
Victim Location 55105
Type of a scam Counterfeit Product
Our business was contacted via email by an "Arianna Gray" ([email protected]) claiming to have a contact list of attendees who signed up for a trade show that had just been cancelled due to Covid concerns not two days prior (Our business was listed on the trade show website as an exhibitor). We responded not thinking it to be illegitimate, and were immediately passed off to a "Mike Jordan" ([email protected]) who attempted to sell a list of 5,000 contacts for $700. Thinking this switch to be odd, we called the trade show organizer themselves who confirmed that they do not sell attendee information under any circumstance. These scammers seem to reach out to trade show exhibitors, claiming to have contact lists to sell in an attempt to recoup costs from cancelled trade shows.