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DDW® Scam Websites: What They Are & How to Avoid Them

As we approach Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2024, be cautious of unofficial sites and emails that may be posting about the meeting. Registration and housing open for members of AASLD, AGA, ASGE and SSAT on Jan. 17; general registration and housing open Jan. 24. Trusted information about registration and housing can be found on the DDW website. When in doubt about the authenticity of a company or email, please contact DDW Administration.

What to Look For

You’ll see the official DDW vendor seal, shown here, when you register for DDW or book housing through OnPeak, DDW’s housing provider. Please note that DDW also does not supply or use third-party vendors to sell attendee lists. The only way to obtain an attendee list is for supporters to purchase a mailing list through our Industry Supporter Portal. We do not sell attendee lists.


Sites We’ve Identified

Here are some of the fraudulent websites and companies we’ve identified so far claiming to offer registration, housing or attendee lists. They are not affiliated with DDW in any way. This list will be updated with new sites and contacts as we identify them.

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