Fraud & Email Scams Disclaimer

Did you receive an email from

Unfortunately, our server was compromised and severely affected by cybercriminals. Cybercriminals used our system to send emails with fraudulent information. Please be aware that certain individuals may have approached you by falsely acting on behalf of LiuLife and the Liu Foundation.

In order to protect yourself and any sensitive information you may have, please do not click on any email and links sent from We advise all individuals who have interacted with any entities to ensure that they are communicating with their bank and appropriate authorities to monitor suspicious activities and pay careful attention to any communication received.

Since then, we have suspended the email and enforced additional security measures on our server. Please disregard any future emails from this address and avoid clicking on any links. We are working with authorities to take appropriate actions. On the backend, our team is working with engineers to address this issue and provide solutions to prevent future breaches.

Please note that Joe & Emmy Liu is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation and under no circumstances would ask you for sensitive information without proper cause. Any such claim is deceitful and part of fraud.

The Joe & Emmy Liu Foundation does not tolerate criminal activity in any form and shall not be considered liable for any loss or inconvenience resulting from communication with unauthorized persons or activities.


Ray Kuo

Program Director

Joe & Emmy Liu Foundation

Updated: April 2, 2021 9:30 PM PST

Tips to help you spot potentially fraudulent activity

Recognize Fraud, Phish and Email Scams

Learning to properly detect online scams helps protect you against fraud. Read on for information to help you spot potentially fraudulent activity.

Common Warning Signs of Online Scams

  • Unexpected requests for money in return for delivery of a package, often with a sense of urgency.
  • Requests for personal and/or financial information.
  • Links to misspelled or slightly altered website addresses (,, etc.)
  • Spelling and grammatical errors or excessive use of capitalization and exclamation points.
  • Claims that you have won a large sum of money in a lottery or settlement.
  • Certificate errors or lack of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for sensitive activities.
  • What is a phish?

    Phish or fraudulent emails may contain links to phony websites and may request you to share personal or financial information by using variety of techniques. LiuLife will not request your personal or account information such as your account number, Social Security number, or PIN via email or text.

    What to do?

    As a general rule, never open attachments, click links, or respond to emails from suspicious or unknown senders.

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