One of our Administrative Assistants reported something that happened this week.
She received a call from someone claiming to be from DHL and wanting to know our address and the email for the President. She did not give them the information but asked them to tell her what they already had on file. Then, she asked for a number to call them back. The number she was given was bogus.
As we have the privilege of participating in the story of God's redemption, we live in a world of sin and deceit. From email to phones we are forced to be alert.
Thank you to each of you for continuing to keep alert and help protect God's work here at LETU.
Another LETU Inbox received this very well formed AT&T "scare" bill claiming to owe $1905.47! We saw this in a previous blog entry.
As a reminder, and it's a hard one, don't ever click on a web link in an email you receive. For example, if you receive a "bill" like this and you are an AT&T customer, go to the AT&T web site and log in and check your billing. If you aren't an AT&T customer, delete it.