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Beware of Fake Google or Gmail Team Deferred Email Notifications or Reminders

The email message notifications or reminders below, which claim that the Google or Gmail Team has sent the recipients an email or the recipients have deferred mails, are fakes. The fake email messages were created by cybercriminals to trick recipients into clicking on the link within in the same email messages. The link goes to a fake Google or Gmail website that will ask visitors to sign-in with their email account usernames and passwords. But, once the visitors attempt to sign-in, their usernames and passwords will be sent to cybercriminals, who will use the stolen information to hijack their victims email accounts and use them fraudulently. Therefore, online users who were tricked by the fake email messages, should change their email account passwords immediately, before their accounts are hijacked and used fraudulently.
Beware of Fake Google or Gmail Team Deferred Email Notifications or Reminders
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Beware of Fake Google or Gmail Team Deferred Email Notifications or Reminders


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Beware of Fake Google or Gmail Team Deferred Email Notifications or Reminders

The email message notifications or reminders below, which claim that the Google or Gmail Team has sent the recipients an email or the recipients have deferred mails, are fakes. The fake email messages were created by cybercriminals to trick recipients into clicking on the link within in the same email messages. The link goes to a fake Google or Gmail website that will ask visitors to sign-in with their email account usernames and passwords. But, once the visitors attempt to sign-in, their usernames and passwords will be sent to cybercriminals, who will use the stolen information to hijack their victims email accounts and use them fraudulently. Therefore, online users who were tricked by the fake email messages, should change their email account passwords immediately, before their accounts are hijacked and used fraudulently.

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Also, some of the fake email notifications are sent by spammers to trick recipients into visiting certain websites, and others are sent by cybercriminals that trick recipients into visiting malicious websites, where they will be tricked into downloading malicious software or applications .

Fake Google Team Message Notification

From: Google (lxjfwzj@core1.hostingmadeeasy.com)
Sent: Tue 9/03/13 12:30 PM
Message notification

Google Service
Sierra Watson (Google Team) has sent you a message:
9/03/2013 Undeliverable messages.
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This email was sent to . Don't want occasional updates about Google activity? Change what email Google Support sends you.

From: Gmail Reminder
Date: July 31, 2016 at 8:17:29 PM CDT
Subject: New messages Bobpekol

Google

Faith Scott (Google Service) has sent you a message:

8/01/2016

Message you sent blocked by our bulk email filter.

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Subject: Hi. Deferred messages considered
From: The Google (hala@novonordisk.com)

Google

Deferred message.

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Sincerely
Google team

From: Google Support
Date: July 27, 2016 at 7:43:04 PM CDT
Subject: Deferred mails becky

Google

Deferred mail.

View mails.

With many thanks

Google service

De: Secure Google Support (fmichon@ganymedesoftware.com)
Enviado: martes, 01 de diciembre de 2015 03:38:04 p.m.

Para:

Google

You have deferred mail.

View mails.

With many thanks

Google team

From: GoogleSupport (cross@raymondnet.com)

Google

You have deferred notification.

View notifications.

Yours truly

Google service

This notification was sent to *; Don't want occasional updates about Google activity and friend suggestions? Change what notification Google sends you. Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043 USA

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