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uniyearbook scam

UAL IT
UAL IT
UAL IT
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UAL Communications
Published date
07 October 2020

We've been made aware of a scam email in circulation from uniyearbook.  The company claims to provide a University yearbook for all UAL students.

This company is not affiliated with the University and the final yearbook has no relationship with UAL. It features students from universities across the world, who are not necessarily UAL graduates.

What does the email look like?

The sender is appearing as registration@uniyearbook.com or similar.

Uniyearbook asks students for payment upfront, but does not deliver the yearbook until several months later. This makes it very difficult to claim the money back once the recipient realises the yearbook is fraudulent, due to the time elapsed between purchase and delivery. The website also requires you to share your personal contact information.

Please remain vigilant and do not make payments or give your personal details to this company or that of a similar appearance.

Stay aware of scams

Check the latest guidance on how to avoid common scams and fraudulent activity on our news story.

If you are concerned about a suspicious email, call the IT Service Desk on +44 (0)20 7514 9898.

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