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Beware scam emails offering fake jobs

last modified Sep 19, 2019 03:42 PM
Please beware emails that offer you easy jobs that you can do part-time while you study. They are scams that aim to trick you into providing personal information, such as your bank or passport details, driver's licence or student number.

If you've replied to one of these emails and given out personal information, you should contact:

You can find out more about scams aimed at students at the start of term in our handy stay safe online guide.

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