Ignore Email Solicitations Claiming to Sell SkillsUSA Lists
Published: December 19, 2018
Periodically, people affiliated with SkillsUSA receive emails from various companies trying to sell an attendee list from one of our conferences or from SkillsUSA TECHSPO.
These are not legitimate offers. Rest assured, these companies don’t have a real list from SkillsUSA.
SkillsUSA never sells our attendee lists or email lists.
Offers claiming to sell these lists are fraudulent.
The people who send these messages are not affiliated with SkillsUSA in any way.
Avoid interaction with these solicitors. The best thing you can do is report their messages as spam and delete them.
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