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Thursday, May 14, 2020

Don’t Be a Phish

There are many emails circulating that are not legitimate. Unfortunately, members of the DKG Headquarters staff, elected officers and state presidents have appeared to be the “sender” of these emails. Several members have been the recipients of emails asking for favors, requesting receivers to send money or gift cards, and other disturbing messages.

If you are the recipient of an unusual request from a DKG leader, the first thing to do is click on the sender’s name to bring up her email. If it is not the email address you know belongs to the name of the sender, delete the message. Here is a link to an article that shows you in detail how to detect a phony email message.

If you receive a phishing email from a DKG leader, you may use the chat feature on to report this information to our technology personnel who are working to eliminate this issue.

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