Fraud Monitor

Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: iccbpm-2018, David Lim, iccbpm,

Fraudulent message

Please be informed like i told you earlier that we have limited number of delegates expected for this conference and we have noticed you have not completed your registration with us. Kindly inform us your willingness to participate or not so we can either replace you with delegates that are intending to come from your Country or from other Countries.

We need to submit all the names of our delegates to the US Government through the Office of the US Attorney General for approval before we start processing for the issuance of flight Tickets and Visas to our approved list of delegates that may require a US Entry Visas for d conference.

Kindly send below details to our registration department for the completion of your registration.

A. Names Exactly as in Passport
B. Passport Number
C. Date of Birth
D. Place of Birth
E. Country of Residence
F. Occupation
G. Phone Contact
H. Postal Address

Be informed that all delegates required information should be sent to the registration desk via email: as soon as possible for proper registration.

Contact us for further assistance and you can also visit our website.

Dr. David Lim,
ICCBPM 2018.
International Conference on Clinical, Biological, Public Health and Medical Sciences.
3925 North Capitol Street NW, Suite 100 Washington DC, 20001.
By TEL: +1-202-793-3867
By FAX: +1-844-502-0846


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