- Be aware of the SENDER's email address before you respond
- If it seems like an odd request - contact the individual directly (phone, text, start a new email message to them, etc.)
- Purchasing requests via email for gift cards are not allowed.
- If you think that you found spam or a phishing email, please use the "Report spam" button at the top of Gmail.
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
EMAIL SCAM: "Are you available?"
There are several versions of the "are you available?" email message being sent to TTSD from what looks like your principal, but comes from a NON TTSD staff email account. Please always:
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