Phishing Alert

From: XXX XXXXX <> -- The email is coming from a student email address




You are invited to participate in a part-time work and study offer for staff and students. It is an opportunity to earn $350 weekly working in your free time. This job is flexible and will not affect your current job or studies. Click here for further details or to sign up.

Thank you


An International Businessman/ Consultant with a high moral and ethical values who is also a Philanthropist is currently working with a Construction Company out of the state and is in need of a competent, smart and effective persons to work for him as a personal assistant at their free time.

​This role does not disturb your current job or studies as task and errands assigned will have to be carried out at your own free time.​You'll be working a minimum of 2-3 hours 3-4 times a week and will be compensated after every successful completion of task assigned.


These are not limited to but may include,
Assisting with errands such as will be assigned.
Schedule, bookings and payment for reservations for events on behalf of my clients
Purchase and deliveries of Gift Items, Groceries, Stamps and Stationary
Other errands arising will be duely communicated.

These are not limited but may also include:
Weekly compensation of $350 with commission when extra funds are needed
AD & D Insurance
401k ( Starting from 3 months with increase in weekly compensation)
Stands a chance of benefiting from our philanthropic education and students supports

Additional Information:

UNC is the target of a new phishing scam. Users are sent, what appears to be, a message from student email address. You can report phishing emails by selecting the Report Message button in the Outlook ribbon or the Junk button in web email.

If you are a victim of this scam, you should:

  • Cease communication with the person, and contact the UNC Police Department at 970-351-2245.
  • Report the incident on the Stop Fraud Colorado site, and visit to go through the report, recover and reinforce process.