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Fraud Alert !

 21.05.2019

Not everyone who claims to be associated with the IANLP International Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming is legitimately connected.

With the success and extensiveness of the Fellow Member Trainers IANLP and the brand name 'IANLP' and its trademark around the planet, numerous people without a solid ethical foundation are falsely claiming to be associated with the IANLP.

Test for Authenticity: How do you find out who’s for real and who is a fraud? Go to www.ia-nlp.org and look at the Member’s List. If a person is not listed there, they are not licensed and recognized by the International Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Special warnings:

  • The Domain www.ianlp.org (and others!) has been monopolised by a person (Psy. Visesh, India) who is promoting low level trainings misusing the good brand name of the IANLP. (Oct 2017)
  • IANLPAC is not associated with the IANLP. Claims to "train mainly in Coaching, but also using NLP tools" and having headquarters in Switzerland. IANLPAC is a private orgainzation from Argentina of no global impact. (Jan 10, 2019)
  • Netherlands: We have received repeated reports, that Eric Sijbesma, www.nlpacademie.nl, promises certificates with the seal of the IANLP. Please take note that there is no person authorized to issue IANLP certificates at the nlpacademie.nlp. (May 15, 2019)

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