Like many organizations around the world, the Global Fund partnership is a target of hoax emails, phishing scams and other fraudulent requests that are sent by email, phone calls, texts/WhatsApp messages or other channels of communication. Awareness and diligence can help you evaluate whether a message is authentic or a potential scam.
Although seemingly legitimate, these fraudulent requests sent to our partners have no connection at all with the Global Fund. They are typically unsolicited, are meant to look authentic, may include the official Global Fund logo and signatures, and might even appear as originating from an authentic Global Fund email address.
The messages usually:
When reviewing emails, know that Global Fund will never:
You should always exercise caution by:
Also make sure to: