Update as of March 1, 2021: Please be careful again at the moment with e-mails that you seem to receive in the name of our president, but are sent from fake e-mail addresses. Please ignore these mails and do not reply to them!
Unfortunately a fake email was sent out yesterday night in the name of ICA President Tim Trainor to most of our members (asking for a money transfer).
The email was sent seemingly from the email address email@example.com, but if you check the header of the e-mail you can reveal the real sender of the fake e-mail (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org; it can happen that other similar email addresses have also been used). Please always check our e-mails in this way if the mail looks suspicious and inform the Secretary-General about such attempts.
This is NOT an email by the ICA president, and please do not react on the email. Please delete the email.
We can unfortunately not avoid fraud like this, and it is very unfortunate that the ICA President’s name is misused in this way.