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LATEST PHISHING EMAILS

Below are the latest phishing emails circulating the FBRI / VT campus mail systems.  If you receive a message similar to those below, do not reply, do not click on any URLs, and delete the message.   If you have followed any of the links or supplied any information to the sender or in a form, immediately change your password and please Start a Conversation and we will assist.  

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Added June 9, 2021: 

From: vtc.vt.edu -IT <303161@deped.gov.ph> 
Sent: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 6:45 PM
To: Bob Smith <bsmith@vtc.vt.edu>
Subject: -Action_Needed-Password-Expiry-6/8/2021 3:45:20 p.m.

 

OUTLOOK PASSWORD EXPIRY NOTICE

Password for bsmith@vtc.vt.edu expires today
Follow below to keep your current password & avoid Data loss.

[Keep Current Password]

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Added March 31, 2021: 

From: Avery Meyers <avery@district-advisor.com>
Reply-To: "avery@district-advisor.com" <avery@district-advisor.com>
Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 10:56 AM
To: xxxxx
Subject: State Retirement Assistance for Virginia Tech Personnel

 

Employee xxxxx, 

Each year, as an employee of Virginia Tech you are eligible to schedule a phone call or teleconference meeting with a representative for answers to your specific state, federal and individual retirement benefit questions.

At your consultation, you will be provided with information that will tell you what your potential income can be when you retire, and how much longer you may have to work. That, along with advice on the best ways to utilize your options with your state retirement and/or Social Security benefits. 

Please be sure to indicate which type of appointment you prefer (phone call or teleconference) in the notes section while scheduling. Please also include your direct cell phone number.

Appointments fill up quickly. If you’d like to secure your spot, click on the link below, or simply reply “yes” to this email.

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Licensed representatives are not employees of the college or state retirement system. All representatives are independent and licensed by the state department of insurance.

 

To opt out of future mailings, click on the following link: 

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