They’re learning how to scam. You’re learning how to NOT fall for it.
Scam School is in session! You get to be a fly on the wall as scammers learn how to get you to click their links, call their numbers, and fall for their scams.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and it's your opportunity to brush up on the latest scams, how they work, and how you can stay scam aware. New videos will be released throughout the month. Subscribe now to see the latest updates!
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Scammers make money by duping unsuspecting students! But their scam attempts are far from perfect. See where they’re messing up so you don’t fall for it.
They have a username and password, and will relentlessly send you requests to authenticate until you hit accept. This video shows you the only safe way to stop this scam.
Sending out fake receipts has proven lucrative for the scammers. Their messages look like they are legit, and people fall for it. How making your own call, will save you from this scam.
A scammer’s goal is to get you to believe they are someone you should trust. See their most successful tactics.
Scammers play on fear. They might try to make you think they have something over you, when in reality they probably don’t. Learn what you should do if a scammer claims to have your sensitive information.
Scammers send you an email that something is wrong with your computer, tablet, or phone. They really want in your device. Learn how to spot tech support scams and keep scammers out.
Scam School was written and produced by the Office of Information Technologies at the University of Notre Dame.