Beware: 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting Housing Alert ꟾ Register through OnPeak
Fake sites are getting more and more sophisticated. If you are not on the official AANS meeting site, you are using a hotel reservation service that has not been vetted by the association. When doing so, you run the risk of divulging information to an unknown entity. This means potentially higher prices for you. These sites can also affect the AANS’ ability to offer competitive rates for meeting attendees in the future.
The AANS never makes phone calls to solicit for hotel reservations. So, if you receive one, it is definitely a scam.
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