Email & Website Fraud Protection
All organizations are vulnerable to online fraud. While IATA uses a sophisticated strategy and tools to prevent fraud attacks, fraudsters still find ways to bypass these efforts.
To help mitigate fraudulent activities, it is important that IATA stakeholders understand how to identify fraud so it can be reported to IATA's fraud prevention team. Below you will find examples of online fraud and guidance on how to report it.
Do not respond to messages originating from these domains, delete them and report any further activities to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Latest fraud activity
This is a list of the most common fraudulent emails received by IATA. The list is not exhaustive and may change without warning. If you are unsure whether the email you received is a genuine email sent by IATA, contact email@example.com.
We accept and appreciate reports of emails that are already on this list.
Please note that IATA never communicates via these domains: @gmx.com, @yahoo.com, @accountant.com, @gmail.com, @usa.com or @outlook.com.
|Fraudulent Domains/Variations||Fraudulent Email Accounts|
- firstname.lastname@example.org reply to email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org reply to email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org reply to email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org reply to email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org reply to email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org reply to email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
To report fraudulent e-mails, fraudulent websites, or if you have any questions relating to fraudulent activities with a reference to IATA, please contact