If you receive an e-mail that has a “ZIP” file attached to it that references Woodlands, DO NOT OPEN THE ZIP FILE.
In at least three instances, the body of the e-mail contained either a copy of a maintenance request to Herriman or a copy of an e-mail to Herriman within the body of the scam e-mail. Don’t let that fool you! DO NOT OPEN THE ZIP FILE. These e-mails did not originate from Herriman and have no connection to Woodlands.
In the email recently received from Herriman they noted that “the origin and scope is unknown.”