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The New Jersey Small Business Development Center is advising businesses to beware of scams involving emails that fraudulently use the official logos America’s SBDC, the Small Business Administration and the NJSBDC. 

Official emails from these agencies only originate from addresses ending in @njsbdc.com, @americassbdc.org, or @sba.gov. Emails are also legitimate if they originate from the 10 NJSBDC regional centers if they use institution-specific email addresses, such as @njcu.edu, @brookdale.edu, etc. 

Do not respond to emails unless they originate from legitimate email addresses because they may be phishing attempts designed to steal information, such as bank account and routing numbers. 

“The perpetrators of this scam are targeting individuals in the community, including NJSBDC staff, clients, and the public, with fraudulent emails,” the NJSBDC said in a recent announcement. “Be cautious of any emails claiming to be from these organizations that do not use the aforementioned email addresses.” 

Anyone who receives a suspicious email or has concerns about its authenticity is asked to please report it immediately to info@njsbdc.com.