Class of 2020 group spamming students with promises of free textbooks

2 days, 2 hours agoAn account by the name of Danielle Schlumberger — who is purportedly from Toronto and has no Facebook friends — occasionally posts tempting offers like free textbook PDFs in exchange for students' emails.

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