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Subject varies: "Are you available now?", "Are you accessible now?", "Are you free now ?", "Available?"

This phish typically originates from a non-Cornell account. The sender may appear as "[Spoofed Name] <[user]>". The message content may be blank aside from a signature which impersonates a member of university leadership. The name, position, and department used may vary. Do not reply to the sender. The scammer's goal is typically to coerce the recipient into purchasing gift cards.

[Spoofed Name]
Gale and Ira Drukier Dean of the college of
Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP)
340A E. Sibley Hall
Cornell University 

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