The following is an example of two common phishing emails: "impostor email" (looks like someone you many know but has a phony email address) and a job scam (usually an offer a bit too good to be true). Both types try to establish a relationship to lure you into their scheme to give up information that can result in your financial loss.
If you receive these types of emails, mark them as phishing to alert Google (from within the message, click on the stack of three dots to the right of the REPLY button and select "Report phishing").
The services of competent student is urgently required to fill the position of a Data analyst/admin assistants here on campus get paid $ 350 weekly. The position can be done remotely . If interested do get back to me with a phone number for further communication
Prof, Lisa B Shea
Associate Professor of
Psychiatry and Human Behavior
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