Avoid Salary Increase Phishing Scam

This recent phishing attempt uses familiar logos to appear more official.
Art Miller

This recent phishing attempt uses familiar logos to appear more official.

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 security@uark.edu. Want to know if you are a target for phishing scams? Learn what to watch for here

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Chris Butler, director of communications
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479-575-2901, chrisb@uark.edu

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