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The campus has been notified that some students are being targeted by e-mails about fake job offers that are an attempt to steal money from students. Specifically, the e-mails attempt to lure students into sending money orders on behalf of their employer after the students receive and deposit checks. The checks are later discovered to be fake. However, when the money orders are received by the criminals, the student’s money has already been stolen.
What to Do With Suspicious or Phishing E-mail
OIT Security Information
Although the university uses technology to block malicious e-mail and phishing Websites, this technology is no substitute for being a conscientious Internet user. If you ever have questions about the legitimacy of a message, please contact the IT Service Center.