Phishing Alert: Important Report From Mark Schlissel, President

Some U-M community members reported receiving this email. It is fraudulent or malicious. Do not respond, click any link in it, or provide personal information or money. See Phishing & Scams for more tips. If you need help, contact the ITS Service Center.

Date Sent: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Phishing Message Summary

This phishing email attempts to impersonate U-M President, Mark Schlissel. The link in the phishing email takes users to a fake document sharing loggin, and then redirects them to a fake employee satisfaction survey. Links have been removed from this example for safety.

Phishing Email Text

Dear Employee,

As we all know it has been our priority to ensure our community get the best they deserve. We could never have achieved this without the help of our employees, the level of trust towards leaders, the commitment and the pride you take in your jobs.

In an effort to keep you in the loop, I wanted to be sure you have access to a few things.


Thanks for everything you do—every day in making us a success.


Mark S. Schlissel | President

Phishing Email or Site Screenshot: 
A fake document sharing login is presented by the link in the phishing email.