Fraudulent Use of the Ansell Brand

The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increased demand in Ansell’s protective equipment (masks, gloves and suits) around the world.

  • Attempts have been made by scammers to impersonate real Ansell employees through communications concerning the sale of Ansell products with demands that payment should be made as soon as possible.
  • Scammers use Social Engineering Techniques and build trust relationship with the victims: they use business language, real Ansell employee names, Ansell logo and brands, look-alike Ansell email addresses and product photos, and fake Ansell invoices and product registrations/certificates/test reports.
  • Ansell accepts no responsibility for any costs, charges or payments made which were improperly incurred as a result of fraudulent activity.


Avoid fraudulent sites by entering web addresses directly into the browser yourself or by using bookmarks you create.
If you are in any doubt as to the integrity of a website that uses the Ansell brand, please always access Ansell websites via our global website –

Emails is the only legitimate email domain for Ansell. Be on the lookout for lookalike domains the scammers use such as,,,, etc.

Do not click on links in emails that you did not directly request from a company or that look suspicious. Be aware that scammers could configure redirection from fraudulent domains to our global website.

When in doubt, please contact Ansell using contacts on our global website -

How to Respond?

  • Report receiving fraudulent or suspicious Ansell emails to Ansell IT Security -> itsecurity[at]
  • Report the fraud to local (fraud/cyber) law enforcement.