July 30, 2020
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Contact by any company soliciting as the “official” URA Conference housing company, offering special non-refundable rates at our hotels, and requesting credit card information should be considered a scam. All attendees and exhibitors should be aware that no one from the Association or its contractors solicits directly by telephone for hotel bookings or special discounts.
Scammers offering to sell these lists often aggregate information based on web crawler or email “scraper” programs searching for the “@” sign in an email address posted on various websites (including LinkedIn and Facebook). While this is illegal in most countries, it does not prevent scammers from doing so, so the best way to prevent yourself from receiving these emails is to protect your information, and if at all possible, do not post your email address online (or post it in an obscured way, such as an image or by not using the “@” sign).
Please do not engage with and/or acquire/purchase any list from any company claiming to have use of Uniform Retailers Association's Conference database, attendees or contact information, as it puts you and others' contact information at risk. Often times, responding to these emails (even to “unsubscribe”) confirms to them that they have reached a valid email address.
The Uniform Retailers Association does not sell or rent lists and no third party is authorized to distribute or sell any lists related to our events.