The Better Business Bureau staff almost fell for this clever email con. Watch out for this latest twist in a long line of phishing emails that look like messages from workplace software.
How the scam works
You receive an email at your work address. It looks official, like a message from your office’s project management software. It alerts you that you’ve been added to a new project team, and your “director” is urging you to “follow up on this team urgently.”