- The email or message directs you, as a user, to supply your account information, including your password. It may ask you to reply by email, or to click a link in the message and provide your personal, private information via the web.
- The message will almost always contain some kind of threat for not supplying the information, such as having your account deleted or disabled.
Phishing Email Example 3.
Important: Not all phishing scams look like the one above, but if you get an email asking for your password, ignore and delete it. When in doubt, call the Campus Support Center at 479-968-0646 before responding.