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AC2017: Fraudulent Email Alert

The California-Pacific Conference Office of Communications is investigating possible fraudulent activity after receiving reports of a suspicious email with the following characteristics:

  • From: “”
  • Has the words: “This is strictly meant for California Pacific Conference Attendees only. We are all excited about this. Enjoy a beautiful week ahead.”

Do not open this email and do not follow its instructions. Do not log in to any account following its links.

If you have already followed its instructions and have logged into a Google or other account through its links, consider changing your password.

Please note that all emails from the California-Pacific Conference are sent from the email address “” and have consistent brand attributes.

To question an email’s authenticity, or to report fraudulent activity, please contact James J. Kang (, Director of Communications.


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