From the Office of Information Technology Services:
Please be advised, we have received multiple reports of a UNICEF employment scam targeting the campus community. The subject of the email is “UNICEF” and targets students with a lucrative remote work offer with UNICEF. This email is fraudulent. Please do not engage with the sender nor open any attachments contained in the links.
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