Authenticity | Emails
Verifying the authenticity of emails from the IAYG family
Working to protect the public
This web page is provided by the IAYG family’s Fraud and Misrepresentation Monitoring Unit (FMMU), an independent corollary agency of the Offices for Accountability and Accessible Governance, in close cooperation with the Office of Global Communications and Public Affairs. This page is authorized as part of the IAYG family’s active commitment to protecting the public against fraud, misrepresentation, and scams.
When you receive an email from the IAYG family, its institutions, and staff, you can verify its authenticity by looking at the address it was sent from.
All emails from the IAYG family, its institutions, and staff come from IAYG family addresses
All emails from the IAYG family will end with one of its owned domains or subdomains. For example, emails from the Office of Global Communications and Public Affairs are sent from email addresses that end with @communications.iaygfamily.org. IAYG family domains and digital platforms include:
The IAYG family’s Monitoring Unit for Fraud and Misrepresentation continually monitors for fraudulent uses of the IAYG family’s brand, and helps visitors identify genuine websites. Click here to learn more about the IAYG family’s Monitoring Unit for Fraud and Misrepresentation or report suspected scams and fraudulent uses of the IAYG family’s brands.