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Avoid fraudulent payment requests

Many clients reported they receive an increasing amount of unsolicited mail from a “so called” staff member of CPVO usurping her/his identity, requesting payment for invoices.

If you receive suspicious or unsolicited e-mail messages, never follow links or open attachments, and never  transfer funds until you have checked that the source is official.

The CPVO never sends that kind of emails.

Official Publications 5.2017

The Official Publication of the CPVO 5.2017 and the S2 Publication have been published and are available for free in electronic format only (PDF).

You may download both publications from the Official publications.

A search tool is available to identify these modifications on the web site of the Office: S2 Publication

Avoid fraudulent payment requests

Many clients reported they receive an increasing amount of unsolicited mail from a “so called” staff member of CPVO usurping her/his identity, requesting payment for invoices.

If you receive suspicious or unsolicited e-mail messages, never follow links or open attachments, and never  transfer funds until you have checked that the source is official.

The CPVO never sends that kind of emails.

Official Publications 5.2017

The Official Publication of the CPVO 5.2017 and the S2 Publication have been published and are available for free in electronic format only (PDF).

You may download both publications from the Official publications.

A search tool is available to identify these modifications on the web site of the Office: S2 Publication

Avoid fraudulent payment requests

Many clients reported they receive an increasing amount of unsolicited mail from a “so called” staff member of CPVO usurping her/his identity, requesting payment for invoices.

If you receive suspicious or unsolicited e-mail messages, never follow links or open attachments, and never  transfer funds until you have checked that the source is official.

The CPVO never sends that kind of emails.

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