Tag: Seen at Berry

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Emails from info@interviewexchange.com asking you to register are legitimate

As explained in an October 1st email from Wayne Phipps, Director of Human Resources for the college, you will receive an email asking you to register on the new annual performance review site. This is a valid email and you…

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“Part-Time Opportunity” Email is Fraudulent

An email, which you may have been received from a fellow Berry student, purports to offer a “Job that will not affect you present employment or studies, fun and rewarding” which pays $300 weekly. This email is fraudulent and an…

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Validating Zoom videoconferencing invitations

Berry College is rolling out a limited deployment of Zoom videoconferencing. New users will receive an email that, unfortunately, is very similar to recent phishing emails we have received. You can verify the Zoom invitation as valid if it has…

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Emails claiming your Office 365 account is about to be deleted are fraudulent

Emails claiming “your Office 365 account is about to be deleted” are fraudulent. They immediately ask you to pay your invoice and of course, the college provides these accounts to you out of the college budget. You are not expected…

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“Urgent Request” emails are fraudulent

Emails purporting to be from Tom Kennedy asking a single word question “Available?” are fraudulent. Some items to note in these emails. The sending address is “tkennedy.berry.edu@my.com” – clever, but definitely NOT from a Berry account. The signature is in…

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Service Update Messages from “office-365” are fake

Messages claiming your “office-365” email is “out of date” and asking you to click on a link to confirm it and prevent deactivation are fake. They will address you in the greeting with your email username and be signed “Microsoft…

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“Urgent Action Required” Emails are Fraudulent

Many users are receiving emails with the subject of “Urgent Action Required”. These emails are fraudulent. The content of the email suggests there is a problem with their account and incoming emails will be “placed on hold”. Various methods are…

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