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Phishing email - fake invoice
You may see an influx of emails similar to this:
The subject line refers to an invoice.
The body includes an attachment that looks similar to this:
The invoice can be from any company really, I've seen these fake invoices that look like they're from Amazon, Best Buy, etc... that really doesn't matter. The point is, it gets your attention and the only apparent 'resolution' is to call the number they provide.
The scam is they try to get you to call the number so they can 'social engineer' their way into having you give them your credit card information OR they try to convince you to allow them to remote into your system (in turn they do nefarious things to your system).
The best way (pretty much only way) to combat this is to mark it as SPAM (Do not call the number they provide). Here's how to do that: https://fgsd.jitbit.com/helpdesk/KB/View/55166473-mark-an-email-as-spam
Deleting the message is OK, but it doesn't train google that the message you received is SPAM, so it would be helpful to your colleagues if you can mark SPAM messages as such.
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