DENKA

Important Information November 4, 2020

CAUTION: Beware of Fake E-mails / Letters/ Phone calls

This notice further provides information to business partners and customers of Denka so that they may avoid becoming victims of email/letter/phone fraud attempts. Several fraudulent attempts have been made to obtain payments from customers of Denka products.

The most common technique is through the use of fraudulent notice of change of bank account by emails or letters, with or without fake invoices attached. If you received a fake email or document, do not respond to the sender. If in doubt, please contact Denka's sales representatives of daily transaction by multiple methods addressed to true and correct point of contact; for instance, if you receive suspicious phone call, please confirm the fact by email addressed to true and correct email address of Denka’s sales representatives of your daily transaction. If you receive suspicious email, please confirm the fact by phone call reaching to true and correct phone number of Denka’s sales representatives of your daily transaction.

Important Information July 30, 2020

CAUTION: Beware of Fake E-mails / Letters

Recently, we have confirmed that fake e-mails have been sent from addresses disguised as those of our executives.

Specifically, these fake e-mails have been made to appear as if they are sent by our executives in an attempt to induce payments for fake purchases, investments or other transactions.

Denka Company Limited or its corporate group are in no way associated with these fake e-mails, or with telephone inquiries or mailed documents that may be associated with the fake e-mails.

If you receive a fake e-mail or document, do not open it or respond to it, and please be sure to delete it.

Important Information October 30, 2019

CAUTION: Beware of Fake E-mails / Letters

This notice provides information to business partners and customers of Denka so that they may avoid becoming victims of email/letter fraud attempts. Several attempts have been made to obtain payments from customers of Denka products.

The most common technique is through the use of fraudulent notice of change of bank account by emails or letters, with or without fake invoices attached. If you received a fake email or document, do not respond to the sender. If in doubt, please contact Denka's sales representatives of daily transaction.