Fraud: Important message from UNiDAYS

You receive an email from a company announcing a part-time job opportunity. Be wary of any emails like these - unsolicited job offers are rarely valid and can often lead to financial loss. Make sure to click "read more" and find out how to spot these in the future!

FRAUD: Friday, Aug 5, 2022 (payroll scam)

President Weinman would like a change to his direct deposit. That's not really him, though, it's a criminal trying to divert the President's paycheck into a different bank account. Click Read More to find out about this very common scam.

FRAUD: (Impersonation)

You get an email from your supervisor, dean, or Vice President, asking for your cellphone number so can they send an urgent text! But beware - the sender isn't who you think it is. Read on to find out how this scam works and how to avoid falling for it.

FRAUD: VISA Card temporarily locked (SMISHING)

Your Visa card has been locked! Just call this number to unlock it. But no - this isn't really the credit card company. Even though credit card alert text messages are common, this one is just a smishing scam! Click Read More to find out why.

FRAUD: I HAVE A FULL LIST OF YOUR STUFF

Someone has access to your account and also infected your computer with a virus! If you don't pay up in Bitcoin, some really unsavory information will be made public. But does someone really have compromising information about you? No! Click Read More for more information about this very common scam.

Fraud: Order Confirmation

Thank you for your order! Your new Windows Defender is renewed through October, 2023. There is one problem, though - this isn't a real purchase notification. It's a scheme to steal your credit card number. Click Read More to find out how to spot these fraudulent notifications.

Fraud: Send me your available cell phone number

You get an email from your supervisor, dean, or Vice President, and it's urgent and important! But beware - the sender isn't who you think it is. Read on to find out how this scam works and how to avoid falling for it.

Fraud: Payment received for annual subscription

This is a purchasing scam, that tried to look like a subscription for Geek Squad services. Don't be fooled - these scammers are trying to get your credit card number. Read more to find out how!

Fraud: Re-issue of support accepted (McAfee)

You McAfee protection has been renewed for three years and the payment has already been made. Are you concerned? You should be! But don't call the number in the email - this is a fraudulent message. Found out why by clicking Read More.

Fraud: In_Voice (PayPal)

Invoice scams are common! This time it is a receipt from PayPal for a Cryptocurrency purchase. Don't be fooled: this are cybercriminals trying to steal money from you.