[Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?

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[Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?

Nils Ohlson
Hi Micronetters,

Today for the second time I got a message with the subject "UCB Flextime Survey" apparently from someone at yahoo.com  via surveymonkey.com

I'm treating it as bogus until proven otherwise but what do others think?

Thanks,
Nils Ohlson

Here's the text:

"
Greetings!
I am a graduate student conducting a survey on flextime at UCB, and your response would be appreciated.
Here is a link to the survey:"
[I'm not including the link]
"This link is uniquely tied to this survey and your email address. Please do not forward this message.
Your answers are completely confidential.
If you are interested in the results of this survey, please provide your contact information via email at:
[I'm leaving out the e-mail address]

Thanks for your participation!

Please note: If you do not wish to receive further emails, please click the link below, and you will be automatically removed from this mailing list.
[I'm not including the supposed "opt-out" address]"



 
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Re: [Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?

Ian Crew
Michael Chung mentioned the same message here a week or two back, FWIW....see:

http://micronet-at-uc-berkeley.840177.n3.nabble.com/Micronet-FW-UCB-Flextime-Survey-td3839823.html

Ian

On Apr 4, 2012, at 1:18 PM, Nils Ohlson wrote:

Hi Micronetters,

Today for the second time I got a message with the subject "UCB Flextime Survey" apparently from someone at yahoo.com  via surveymonkey.com

I'm treating it as bogus until proven otherwise but what do others think?

Thanks,
Nils Ohlson

Here's the text:

"
Greetings!
I am a graduate student conducting a survey on flextime at UCB, and your response would be appreciated.
Here is a link to the survey:"
[I'm not including the link]
"This link is uniquely tied to this survey and your email address. Please do not forward this message.
Your answers are completely confidential.
If you are interested in the results of this survey, please provide your contact information via email at:
[I'm leaving out the e-mail address]

Thanks for your participation!

Please note: If you do not wish to receive further emails, please click the link below, and you will be automatically removed from this mailing list.
[I'm not including the supposed "opt-out" address]"



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Re: [Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?

Michael Chung

FYI: I received another one of these today as well.

 

Michael Chung

Systems Administrator

Haas Enterprise Computing & Service Management

[hidden email] | 510-643-3887

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Ian Crew
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 1:20 PM
To: Nils Ohlson
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?

 

Michael Chung mentioned the same message here a week or two back, FWIW....see:

 

http://micronet-at-uc-berkeley.840177.n3.nabble.com/Micronet-FW-UCB-Flextime-Survey-td3839823.html

 

Ian

 

On Apr 4, 2012, at 1:18 PM, Nils Ohlson wrote:



Hi Micronetters,

Today for the second time I got a message with the subject "UCB Flextime Survey" apparently from someone at yahoo.com  via surveymonkey.com

I'm treating it as bogus until proven otherwise but what do others think?

Thanks,
Nils Ohlson

Here's the text:

"
Greetings!
I am a graduate student conducting a survey on flextime at UCB, and your response would be appreciated.
Here is a link to the survey:"
[I'm not including the link]
"This link is uniquely tied to this survey and your email address. Please do not forward this message.
Your answers are completely confidential.
If you are interested in the results of this survey, please provide your contact information via email at:
[I'm leaving out the e-mail address]

Thanks for your participation!

Please note: If you do not wish to receive further emails, please click the link below, and you will be automatically removed from this mailing list.
[I'm not including the supposed "opt-out" address]"


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Information Services and Technology-Research and Content Technologies

University of California, Berkeley

2195 Hearst Ave, Second Floor

micron


 
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Re: [Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?

Beth Muramoto
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I've never received one so it sounds targeted.

Beth



On Apr 4, 2012, at 1:52 PM, Michael Chung wrote:

FYI: I received another one of these today as well.
 
Michael Chung
Systems Administrator
Haas Enterprise Computing & Service Management
[hidden email] | 510-643-3887
 
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf OfIan Crew
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 1:20 PM
To: Nils Ohlson
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Anyone else get a message about "UCB Flextime Survey?
 
Michael Chung mentioned the same message here a week or two back, FWIW....see:
 
 
Ian
 
On Apr 4, 2012, at 1:18 PM, Nils Ohlson wrote:


Hi Micronetters,

Today for the second time I got a message with the subject "UCB Flextime Survey" apparently from someone at yahoo.com  via surveymonkey.com

I'm treating it as bogus until proven otherwise but what do others think?

Thanks,
Nils Ohlson

Here's the text:

"
Greetings!
I am a graduate student conducting a survey on flextime at UCB, and your response would be appreciated.
Here is a link to the survey:"
[I'm not including the link]
"This link is uniquely tied to this survey and your email address. Please do not forward this message.
Your answers are completely confidential.
If you are interested in the results of this survey, please provide your contact information via email at:
[I'm leaving out the e-mail address]

Thanks for your participation!

Please note: If you do not wish to receive further emails, please click the link below, and you will be automatically removed from this mailing list.
[I'm not including the supposed "opt-out" address]"


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Platform and Services Manager, Research Hub
Information Services and Technology-Research and Content Technologies
University of California, Berkeley
2195 Hearst Ave, Second Floor
micron

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