Fraud invoices

Unfortunately, scam emails are circulating about invoice updates. We do not support these emails and ask you not to click on any links or send information.

We take fraud very seriously and want you to contact your distributor or export area manager if you think you may have been exposed to fraud.

Keep in mind that:
• Secure your passwords! Use unique passwords for all network services and websites.
• Never disclose sensitive personal information such as social security numbers, account or card details.
• Is it too good to be true? If someone wants to give you something for free against sharing your personal information or clicking on a link, it is most likely a scam.
• Read the emails carefully and review the sender. Scam emails are often created internationally and are automatically translated, so it is possible to reveal a scam through the formulation of sentences.