'419' Scam Warning

A message from Kenneth L. Lay

Hello, I'm Ken Lay, the Executive Director of the European Union and North American Financiers Association (EUNAFA).

Recently it has come to our attention that criminal organisations, many of them based in Africa, are contacting individuals and businesses by email while claiming to be representatives of EUNAFA.

Doing the right thing for the community was an important part of my work at Enron, and it is my hope that the EUNAFA name will continue to be looked upon with similar esteem.

I would like to assure you that under no circumstances will EUNAFA contact you unless you are an existing member or client. EUNAFA is one of the most influential industry bodies in the Western world. We have no need to solicit new members, new customers or new employees - they contact us directly.

In addition, we will never offer access to our short-term loans market for amounts of less than US$100 million, and always collect a commission of 2% (at least US$2 million) from non-members.

If you have any doubt regarding an email message purporting to be from EUNAFA, please contact our Fraud Prevention Officer.



latest news

10 / 27 / 2008
Agencia Federal de Investigación
launches investigation, is fully assisted by EUNAFA

10 / 06 / 2007
Governemnt of Iceland
assures EUNAFA that the country's banks will remain full members

07 / 17 / 2008
Alan Greenspan
joins the EUNAFA board as director, replacing Paul Volcker

06 / 29 / 2007
Western Union
joins EUNAFA, extends verification services

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