SFAR has once again been targeted with a scam for a fraudulent certification being circulated via email today. Please make sure you, and your users, do NOT click on the appointment time links, as they go to a website that has malware and could infect your computer with a virus.

Here is what the email looks like, with warnings inserted:

fraud registration email 2017-08-28

There is no need to contact SFAR if you see the fraudulent email, just be aware and tell others that you work with to avoid clicking on the links. As usual, the email does not carry official looking intro, or signature/footers. The wordiness of the grammar and lack of correct abbreviation, etc... are your clues.