Information about Fraud and Scam attempts

Fraudulent use of CEVA’s name and logo to promote frauds and scams


Recently CEVA Logistics has been facing scams that impact the individuals (external parties) through misuse and identify theft of CEVA’s brand and logo. 

Fraudulent use of CEVA’s name and logo to promote frauds and scams

Find out what frauds and scams can look like, how you can protect yourself and what you should do if you have become a victim of investment fraud.

CEVA Logistics’s name and logo are falsely used to promote frauds and scams. This correspondence typically includes illegitimate use of the CEVA logo, CEVA letterhead, signatures and names of CEVA officials and of CEVA teams and departments. In some cases, fake websites impersonating CEVA are used for fraudulent purposes.

These frauds and scams aim to obtain money (directly or through the request for personal details e.g., identity card, bank account details, etc.) from individuals or companies. The target of these frauds and scams are often investors who incurred financial losses.

All references to CEVA Logistics or its employees and/or members of its stakeholder groups in this kind of communication are false and have been made without CEVA’s knowledge or consent.

Stay safe and be vigilant.

If you receive dubious or obviously fraudulent requests, do not access any links or reply or provide personal information. In order to protect yourself against these unauthorised communications, CEVA Logistics advises you to check whether the e-mail received is genuine and inform your superior in case of suspicious e-mails.

To better protect yourself, pay attention to the following:

  • CEVA Logistics is a fully-owned subsidiary of the CMA CGM Group in Marseille, France.
  • CEVA Logistics’s headquarter is based in Marseille, France.
  • CEVA Logistics’s emails end with the address All other email addresses including those with only one letter or one symbol (such as a hyphen) or a typo letter that is different are fake.
  • In case of doubts or suspicions about the authenticity of any correspondence received those claims to be from or linked to CEVA or its representatives, forward the concerned emails as an attachment to
  • Report the suspicious communication to your domestic law enforcement authorities i.e., to your local police or to the national public body responsible for investigating financial frauds and scams.
  • If you have already exchanged correspondence with the fraudsters, we encourage you to cease all interactions and report your case to your domestic law enforcement authorities immediately.
  • CEVA’s official website is and the official investor webpage is
  • CEVA’s Investor Relations Contact e-mail address is