Procurement Scam (5/24/17)

The following scam attempts to trick its victims into downloading and opening a malicious attachment. Note the non-VCU sender’s address and generic language; both of which are tell-tale signs of a scam. Please delete this message if you received it.

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From: “Abbas A.Rasool” <imports.xxxxxxx@gmail.com>
To:
Cc:
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Date: Sun, 21 May 2017 10:20:29 -0700
Subject: PO #34890 (DUBAI)
Dear Sir,

Good day

Regarding the mentioned PO, kindly confirm your receipt and approval of our order, and please update us with your delivery schedule.

Thank you in anticipation and for your usual cooperation.

Best Regards
Abbas A.Rasool
Procurement Department

P.O. Box 32440, Road:4903, Block:949, Bldg:164, East Riffa
T : (971) 17702700, Ext: 237 | F : (971) 17700054 | M : (971) 37770083-(971) 36688756

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