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[PHISH] Subject: Staff and Student Recruitment

Another job scam reported. Please ignore and delete these messages. 

From: Gramong Sin <gramongsin@gmail[.]com>
Date: Tue, Mar 26, 2024 at 1:35 PM
Subject: Staff and Student Recruitment

If you can work from home, this position is for you. A startup company is looking to hire anyone who can work under minimal or no supervision advertising the company and its products via social media and other networking websites that will be provided. If interested, please send your information to studentandstaffrecruitment@gmail[.]com.

Note you must have a Computer with good internet connection and pay is $500 weekly

N.B Please forward to staff, students or family members who might be interested in this position.


The following student job scam message was sent to a large number of people. Please ignore and delete the message.  From: Sent: Sunday, November 5, 2023 5:19 PM Subject: STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT POSITION FROM THE OFFICE OF JOB PLACEMENT AND STUDENT SERVICES – THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY In reference to the above subject… Continue Reading

Phish – Subject: TCNJ

New phish with a link to a weebly site that tries to look like a TCNJ login page. Please delete.  From: Support TCNJ <> Date: Wed, Apr 19, 2023 at 5:16 PM Subject: TCNJ To: Due to a recent Phishing email that has been going around the TCNJ most Student/Staff Service accounts have been compromised.… Continue Reading

Payroll Self-Service Phish

The following message is a phish. Please ignore and delete it. The links is to a malicious wordpress site  From: Technology Department <> Date: Mon, Jan 23, 2023 at 7:59 AM Subject: Employee Payroll Self-Service Update To: XXXX Employee Payroll Self-Service Update Dear Employee, Our Payroll Department is in the process of updating and upgrading… Continue Reading

Assistant Job Scam

There have been a number of reports of an outside party impersonating a TCNJ professor offering a a job to students. This is a scam. A TCNJ professor will never reach out to any students on their personal email accounts and ask the student to be their assistant.  Any unsolicited messages should be scrutinized, especially… Continue Reading