University of Southern Indiana

Phishing Tip #3

IF it sounds too good to be true - It probably is.

Random job offers received without an inquiry on Recipient's part, are most likely a fraud/scam.  Do not reply - just delete.  Or better yet, report the Phishing email to Microsoft, THEN delete.

From: "isaacerica7788@gmail.com " <isaacerica7788@gmail.com>
Subject: EMPLOYMENT OFFER
Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 12:36:45 PM

We got your contact through your school database,

and happy to inform you that our reputable company-BERTRAMBOOKSGroup-is currently running a student empowerment programme. This programme is to help loyal and hardworking students like you secure a part time job which does not deter you from doing other works and gives more time for your studies,it requires 4hrs to 5hrs of your time weekly,and attract weekly salary of $430, Reply with your interest,


Notice that No PHONE number is offered in many phishing messages.

From: rebeccaemma3388@gmail.com
Subject: **WORK AND EARN EASILY**
Date: 8/7/2017

We are looking for a responsible Delivery Person to distribute products promptly to our customers. You will represent our company in a professional and cost-effective manner to increase our profitability and customer satisfaction and the payment is $300 weekly and it takes an hour of your time daily from Monday to Friday .  Kindly reply if  interested for more details/information.

Thank You


A&O HOME DELIVERY


From: Rita Gary <rita.gary111@gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2017 4:23:39 AM
To: xxxxx@eagles.edu
Subject: URGENT PART-TIME JOB OFFER
Are you available for a personal assistant job offer?
 
Mrs Gary

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