AFP members have alerted us that they are receiving emails from a company offering a list of email addresses of AFP 2017 attendees. We are also aware that AFP 2017 attendees and other members are receiving invitations from exhibitors and sponsors to attend their events while in San Diego.
AFP respects the privacy of all of its members and prospects. AFP never has, or will, sell your email address or phone number to anyone under any circumstances.
Anyone offering to sell access to the email address of all AFP 2017 attendees has either obtained that information through unlawful means, or is offering for sale something that they do not possess. Should you be contacted by anyone offering to sell a list of AFP 2017 attendees, please contact AFP’s customer service department at email@example.com. AFP will pursue appropriate remedies based on the advice of legal counsel.
Some AFP 2017 exhibitors and sponsors will also send private event or booth invitations to their clients and prospects using email addresses obtained in their normal course of business. These email addresses are never provided by AFP. These invitations are often broad-based to the soliciting company’s clients and prospects, and are not limited to registered AFP 2017 attendees. AFP has no control over how participating companies promote their participation in AFP’s annual conference, but we assure you that your email address is never shared by AFP.