GPCME, Rotorua
WARNING - Scam Emails

It has come to our attention that there are some scam emails circulating for the GP CME meetings.

The content notes:


I am following up to confirm, if you are interested acquiring the attendee list.

Rotorua/South General Practice Conference & Medical Exhibition

Counts: 1,060

Each Record of the Attendee Includes: Client Name, Business Name, Title, Email Address, Mobile Number, and Web Address etc.

Let me know your thoughts so that I can send cost & additional information.


These are not genuine offers. The data belongs to the organisers and would never be shared with a third party organisation in this way.

Some scamming companies/individuals include:

    Reya Campbell, Business Analyst,
    Alisha Gibson, Business Analyst,
    Nylah Tyler | Attendee List Consultant,
    Janiyah Grimes | Attendee List Consultant,
    Veronica Gibbs | Attendee List Consultant,
    Angelica Chase | Attendee List Consultant,
    Charleigh Atkins | Attendee List Consultant,
    Leo Allen, Ninet5 Technologies,
    Adeline Richardson,
    Lilly Gordon,
    Maria Fisher,
    Natalia Owens,
    Alex Ackmann,
    Luke Paul,
    John Russo,
    Gwynne Perry,
    Lily Collins,
    Nora Adams,
    Carmela Thomas,
    Lisa Miller,
    Daniela Tanner
    Inside Data View
    Expo Guide
    Pharmapack Middle East
    Fair Express Ltd
    GETA, Fairs & Business and International Fairs Directory amongst others
are tricking exhibitors with these misleading directory services.

They use a form which resembles an organiser's free catalogue listing service, inviting exhibitors to complete the form for an entry in an on-line directory. Unsuspecting exhibitors who sign and return the form are then contracted into a three-year, non-retractable agreement, which could cost the exhibitor a significant amount of money, with no foreseeable benefits.

Please do not respond to these emails. Mark them as SPAM to help reduce their annoyance.