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Beware of "4 Broken Messages Has Been Found And Recovered" Google Notification Scam

The email message below with the subject: "4 Broken Messages Has Been Found And Recovered," which appears as if it is a Google Notification Service or Recovery Notification Service alert, is actually a phishing email message created by cybercriminals to steal their potential victims' Google account user names and passwords. With access to their victims' accounts, cyber-criminals will use the same accounts fraudulently. Therefore, recipients of the email message are asked to delete it, and should not follow the instructions or click on the links in it.
Beware of "4 Broken Messages Has Been Found And Recovered" Google Notification Scam
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Beware of "4 Broken Messages Has Been Found And Recovered" Google Notification Scam


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Beware of "4 Broken Messages Has Been Found And Recovered" Google Notification Scam

The email message below with the subject: "4 Broken Messages Has Been Found And Recovered," which appears as if it is a Google Notification Service or Recovery Notification Service alert, is actually a phishing email message created by cybercriminals to steal their potential victims' Google account user names and passwords. With access to their victims' accounts, cyber-criminals will use the same accounts fraudulently. Therefore, recipients of the email message are asked to delete it, and should not follow the instructions or click on the links in it.

Please continue reading below.

The Phishing Google Notification Service Email Message

Subject: 4 broken messages has been found and recovered
From: Users Support (fatima-eniomel@ worldwidecontent.com)
Sent: Fri 6/24/16 7:10 AM

Google Notification Service

Recovery Service Report:

6/24/2016
4 broken messages has been found and recovered.

(4) messages

We hope you found this message to be useful. However, if you'd rather not receive future e-mails of this sort, please opt-out here.

The link in the email message goes to the following fake and phishing website and ask potential victims sign-in with their Google or other email accounts credentials:

  • www.thelittlegym.com .vn

Note: cyber-criminals will use other website names, so look out for this same scam on other websites.

The recipients of the email or message who have already entered their Google user name and password on the fake website, are asked change their Google password immediately!

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