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Debunking Email Scams

The items listed below are examples of recent phishing or other fake email scams that are being circulated.

Delete the message. Do not reply to it. Do not click on any links in it.

Subject: Urgently Help.......

July 24, 2014

At around 1:20 PM on Thursday, July 24, some people at Drexel received an email title "Urgently Help". The message asked users to help some students trapped in Ukraine without their wallets or phones. The message is a fake! Do not click the link. The "From" address does not match the "Reply To" address, neither is a Drexel email address, and the style of writing doesn't match that which you'd expect from a Drexel student leader.

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