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There are several unscrupulous businesses out there who attempt to sell you outrageously priced toner over the phone. We have already gotten a call from someone (mis)representing themselves as our printer vendor – Marco, and referencing our fleet of Sharp copiers.
They may start with asking you what is the model or ID# of the copier near your desk. They may say they have extra stock of the toner you need or the price is due to increase. They may offer to ship you a toner on trial. Regardless of what they say, DO NOT give them any information as they will over-bill for anything they send. All you need to know is that you get toner for your copier or printer by either calling the Copy Center at extension x1054 or emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will NEVER need to purchase toner for machines in your area, it will ALWAYS be provided by the Copy Center.
Any toner received in this way is often 2nd rate or low quality/old and can cause issues if installed in any of our fleet of printers.
A quick way to ditch these “toner phoners” is to tell them you would like to transfer them to the person in the organization who purchases toner – they will very often hang up before you can transfer them!
Loffler Blog on Toner Scammers
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Students can view the document below to find details about campus spaces reserved specifically for remote learning, studying, and eating during the fall semester.
Reserve a remote learning space in Lindell Library here: https://library.augsburg.edu/study
List of first come, first serve remote learning, studying, and eating spaces. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dGpfnJexqztoHhwRuBWMWQgeGoZydo0jVonaB5xLps0/edit?usp=sharing
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Effective immediately, please direct any bookstore-related questions to Kimberly Anderson, assistant manager/textbook manager, at email@example.com or 612-359-6491.
Chanti Miller recently departed her role as bookstore manager. Currently, Barnes & Noble is interviewing for the store manager role. When that position is filled, we will share the individual’s name and contact information.
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Faculty and staff who work in person at Augsburg locations are encouraged to wear their name badges since it is difficult to recognize individuals wearing face coverings.
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“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.” Brené Brown
What are some of your favorite words for reflection? Nancy Guilbeault, Director – CWC ( firstname.lastname@example.org)