News & Updates

NIA’s membership data is never sold and is secure.

Recently, some members received a fraudulent phishing email from Lead Essential and we can assure you that NIA has not partnered with any organization to share attendee information. If you receive an email like this, the best course of action is to block the sender and delete the email from your inbox. In the October E-News Bulletin, we shared how NIA has recently partnered with more than 100 organizations to urge the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to immediately address and protect associations and their members from fraudulent event marketing like this. Click here to read the letter to asking the FTC and DOJ to address and combat these deceptive practices. NIA’s data is secure, and member information is never sold to third parties. Any claims offering to sell NIA membership or event attendee information are scams.