Spam and Suspicious Emails

If you receive an email that looks like spam or looks suspicious in any way DO NOT click on any links in the email or respond. Even if the email looks like it is from a legitimate source that person’s account may have been compromised or infected.

Sometimes malicous entities will attempt to get people to give out personal information in what is called a Phishing Attempt. They could be trying to get your password, credit card information, or even trying to get you to buy gift card codes for them with the promise that you will be reimbursed.

If you suspect that you have received a spam or phishing email please follow the below instructions. If you receive a suspicious email from an sd35 staff member please also submit a helpdesk ticket.

Submit a Ticket