Phishing Email: Subject = Tutor

August 10, 2018

by UNH Information Security Services

UNH Information Security Services (ISS) has received reports of a phishing/scam email targeting UNH users.

The subject of the email is "Tutor".

While this email does not contain any links or attachments, it is believed to be malicious in nature.  Please do not respond to this email and if you have already responded, cease communications with this sender. 

Email text


Hello,
How are you doing today? This is Gregory Broomfield. I saw your contact at the University of New Hampshire, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture under Directory's portal. I seek for a private tutor for my Daughter. I would like to know if you would be available for the job and I would provide you with more details of my daughter.

The lessons could hold at the campus/library or your home, if you staying close to campus. 

If you would not be able to teach her owing to your busy schedule, you can recommend one of your students or colleague who is capable of teaching.

Looking forward reading from you.

Best regards,
Gregory.


If you received this email, please delete it.

If you responded to this sender, cease correspondence.  

If you responded and this sender requested any action on your part, please contact IT.Security@unh.edu immediately to determine if additional actions need to be taken. 

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