Watch out for a similar phishing email from coworkers and students who got their accounts compromised. It usually comes listed with a female contact on free email accounts by Microsoft and male contact on free email accounts by Google. This may however change in the future and include free email account from Yahoo.
CAUTION: This email originated outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe.
This is to notify you about an available part time vacancy. [user name was removed] needs a part time pet sitter to care for her/his lovely pet dog for nine hours every week.
She/He offers to pay $400 weekly. Please contact [email address was removed] for more information. Remember to email her/him with your private email not your work/school email when applying.
So why private email? They know that the IT Department will lock down the account quickly for strange activity but on a private account, you are going to have to deal with the host for your email account directly. Plus, your account is often used to register for Social Media and banking and this will give the attacker access to those so it is important to have two-factor authentication on your important sites.
Mrs. Charisa Green / firstname.lastname@example.org / $350 weekly
Mrs. Gabriella Hudson / email@example.com / $400 weekly
Dr. Elliana Jacobs / firstname.lastname@example.org / $400 weekly
Mrs. Ayla Madeson / email@example.com / $400 weekly
Mrs. Ruth Stone / firstname.lastname@example.org / $400 weekly
Dr Mark Thomas / email@example.com / $400 weekly
Dr. Lisa Williams / firstname.lastname@example.org / $400 weekly