Phishing Alert: You have a Voicemail Message from (XXX) XXX XXXX

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 & Suspicious Email for more tips. If you need help, contact the ITS Service Center.

Date Sent: 
Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Phishing Summary

This phishing email attempts to trick the recipient by appearing to be a voicemail alert. The email subject and sender address may be formatted to impersonate a U-M system. The subject and message may also contain a real or fake phone number (removed here for safety). Clicking the link in the phishing email opens a fake Outlook login window. 

Always check the URL before logging in. Checking the URL of the fake outlook login page shows that this is not a U-M email system.

Phone numbers and names have been removed from the example of the email text below for security and privacy.

Phishing Email Text

You have a Voicemail Message from (XXX) XXX XXXX [phone number removed]

To: “109” - “name removed
From: 01 [phone number removed]
Received:  “2020-July-14  08:27:91”
Duration: 00:49

Play VM [link removed]
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Phishing Site Screenshot: 
An imitation Microsoft Outlook email login page is show.