Exhibitor information

Scams to be aware of

We do our best to police any scams we become aware of in relation to your involvement with the Show but unfortunately some are simply impossible to police and ignore any and all requests we make to not contact our exhibitors, we can assure you that we ONLY provide your details to our official contractors and they will only contact you regarding the specific service which you may require at the event ie lighting, electrics or furniture. Most of these companies trawl the exhibitor list published on our website to research your contact details – despite us not publishing them on our site.

The latest one which we want to make you aware of is a company or companies, we aren’t entirely sure, who are e-mailing our exhibitors (example here) saying that they can provide the Attendee list, this is once again a scam. We are the only people who see the full list and because of data protection and the new GDPR we are unable to share this with any organisation.

Previous scams include a Mexico based company called Expo Guide – www.expo-guide.com  and a Bratislavan company called Event Fair – www.eventandfair.com are contacting our exhibitors and claiming to be official partners of The Museums + Heritage Show.  These are nothing but a SCAM.  They have not sought our permission to contact our exhibitors and have ignored all requests to remove Museums + Heritage Show from their website.  If you return an order form to them they will hound you for payment, so please do not be tempted to respond to them.

We also DO NOT have an accommodation partner for the Show and do not recommend that you book your accommodation through a booking agent that contacts you saying they are a partner of the Show.

This is an incredibly frustrating situation and we can only apologise for the inevitable confusion it causes and reassure you that we do everything possible to try and stop them from impacting you.