It has been brought to our attention that fraudulent e-mail messages are being sent by individuals claiming to be representatives of Diplomatic Courier.
These messages may claim to be coming from Diplomatic Courier, the Courier, Diplomat, or other derivatives of the words “Diplomatic” and “Courier”. They have used email addresses that are not part of the Diplomatic Courier email system or domain, such as Yahoo, Gmail, and/or Hotmail accounts.
The messages have at times used the Diplomatic Courier website address in the body of the email and an old or current logo mark of the Diplomatic Courier, which they may have copied from our public website. They often ask the potential victim to respond about a “Courier” or “Diplomatic Courier” or other mailing voucher bearing their name. Ultimately, they ask the potential victims to respond with further information and ask to provide personal details or bank information for “payment”.
THESE ARE NOT LEGITIMATE DIPLOMATIC COURIER COMMUNICATIONS.
Diplomatic Courier is a multimedia magazine and does not work as a courier, mailer, or shipper of goods and services. In addition, Diplomatic Courier will NEVER ask its subscribers or the general public for unsolicited personal information, passwords, passports, photos, bank accounts, or advance payment of any kind.
The Diplomatic Courier disclaims all responsibility with respect to any expense, loss, and/or damage of any kind, which might have occurred in connection with any fraudulent email that Diplomatic Courier has no control over.