A number of colleges and universities are reporting a new scam where students are paid to have advertising placed on their cars. The students receive a check and are asked to forward a portion of the funds. The check is fraudulent, but usually gets through the initial bank screening. Please report any emails offering this to email@example.com. If you or someone you know has fallen for the scam, please contact RIT Public Safety.
Welcome to the RIT PhishBowl, your source for the latest phishing attempts reported at RIT
How do I use the RIT PhishBowl?
If you receive a suspicious email, visit the RIT PhishBowl and scan the list of recent phishing alerts. If the email is posted, there's no need to report it. Simply delete the email and you're done.
If the suspicious email is not posted to the RIT PhishBowl, report the phish:
- Open a new mail note
- Drag the phishing attempt into the new mail note
- Send the mail note to firstname.lastname@example.org