Archive | November 5, 2018

W2 Paperless, Scam (11/5/18)

The following is a scam in which the scammer is impersonating a VCU employee. The scammer is hoping to convince the victim that they need to view their W2 form, which can be viewed from the link.

The link is not legitimate and this is a scam. You can tell it is a scam because the email is not a VCU email. You can also check the link (by hovering your mouse over it) to see that it is not leading to a VCU website. All of these are signs of a scam, if you see this email please delete it.
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From: IT Admin fraser.douther@usmillaw.us
Date: Mon, Nov 5, 2018 at 3:46 PM
Subject: W2 paperless
To: victim@vcu.edu

Dear Account Owner,

Our records indicate that you are enrolled in the Virginia Commonwealth University paperless W2 Program. As a result,
you do not receive a paper W2 but instead receive e-mail notification that your online W2 (i.e. “paperless W2”) is
prepared and ready for viewing.

Your W2 is ready for viewing under Employee Self Service. Logon at the following link: Click here [Link Redacted]

If you have trouble logging in to Employee Self Service at the link above, please contact

Mail to
VCU Payroll Services
P. O. Box 842511
Richmond VA 23284-2511

or Deliver to
Human Resource Building
104 North Belvidere Street

or Fax to
(804) 828-3200

On completion of successful logon you can download and open the word document via this link now [Link Redacted] and enter your zipcode to see your 2017 open enrollment access info.

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR
VCU HR DEPARTMENT

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