Avoid Salary Increase Phishing Scam
An elaborate phishing scam requesting that users access documents related to a 2018 salary Increase is hitting UARK inboxes. This email has the subject line “FYI: Salary Increase Document.” The message indicates that you have received a salary increase of 10% or higher in an effort to entice you to click the provided link for information. This link pulls up a sign-on box requesting UARK credentials, followed by a second box requesting bank account details.
If you receive email of this type, do not follow the instructions and do not respond to the email. Forward the email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to know if you are a target for phishing scams? Learn what to watch for here.
Chris Butler, director of communications
Information Technology Services
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