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SCAM Invoice Emails

Due to financial year end there has been a noticeable increase in phishing emails (fraudulent attempts to get sensitive information) requesting invoice payment.

The body of the e-mail may contain an individual's name that you may recognise, however in the "from" category of the message you will see a bogus e-mail address.

 

Please do not click any link or attachment, or attempt to send or forward the email.

Please delete the email then delete it from your deleted items folder.

 

 

Note: If you have clicked any links or opened any attachments within a phishing email please notify your Support Provider - for Schools that purchase Technical Support from the Schools ICT Support Service these instances should be logged via Online 2200.

10 Apr 2019

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WBC Schools ICT Support Service
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