Caution with fraudulent emails

Dear INQAAHE members and colleagues, this is a gentle reminder to be aware that, given the digital context we live in, notifications from unknown sources or emails from contacts impersonating others may reach your inbox – and we may all fall victim to that.

Please keep in mind that all official communication always comes from INQAAHE related domains ( and use caution when responding to emails to ensure the sender is legitimate. We recommend you to delete all suspicious emails; do not click on links (they may contain viruses) or open any attachment; and, in general, do not respond to them. In case of doubt, please, contact the INQAAHE Secretariat for clarification.

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