Fraudulent Gift Card Email

Be advised if you receive an email such as below supposedly from an ASRDA officer, it is fraudulent and should be treated as spam.

FYI, requesting gift card numbers is a very common tactic of scammers as they can easily be used even in economically sanctioned locations.


From: BK <xxx>
Date: Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 4:02 PM
Subject: Re:
To: BR <xxx>

OK,I'm currently out of town.Could you pick a few Sephora gift card up for me.I will pay you back, Just email me the codes. When I finish my meeting I will reimburse you.