Google Phishing Email Scams – September 10 2013

Google Phishing Email Scams – September 10 2013

The email messages below, which appear as if they came from Google, are phishing scams. Please do not respond to these emails with your personal information, or click on the links in them. The email messages were not sent from Google and were designed to steal your personal information, Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL and other account sign-in user names and passwords.

Here are the Google phishing email messages:

From: Tim Selitsky
Date: Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 12:21 PM

Subject: Hi !

I have attached this doc via Google Docs, Kindly CLICK HERE and login with your email  to view.



Dear Google User,

Congratulations, see attached document for details.


Prof.Michael Hofmann word doc received with Google logo


Google Inc,
Google UK,
Manchester, Peter House
Oxford Street, Manchester
M1 5AN
Manchester, United Kingdom.

Dear Esteemed User.


We are glad to inform you that we closed the 3rd Quarter of 2013 on a good note and so far the year has been a good year for Google Inc. and the Google Team at large, in view of this and in other for us to hit our 2013 Annual Target, we have decided to organize the Google+ Super Offer Promotion Program, and the sole reason for this is to reward our numerous users/customers/clients who in one way or the other have contributed to our great success and achievement and had dealings with Google Services, Search Engine, Gmail, YouTube, Translator, Google Map, Google Earth, Ad Sense and also to propagate the use of Google+ which is a multilingual social networking and identity service.

The Board of Directors and Management decided to come up with this Reward Program to show our appreciation and also pray your continual usage of our view of this GOOGLE+ SUPER PROMOTION (GSP) was organized which is first of its kind to encourage our users and also introduce our latest Google Tablet (Google Nexus 10), we uphold the interest of our users and customers and are always committed to give them the best. The sole purpose of this awareness program is to encourage the active use of the Google+, Google search engine and the Google ancillary services.

We are delighted to officially congratulate you for emerging as one of our lucky winner in the ongoing GOOGLE+ SUPER PROMOTION for your continual usage of our services, hence you are among one of the winners in the Batch A listing. As we believe that with your prize, you will continue to be active in your patronage and loyalty to Google as a total of 10 Winners emerged worldwide, drawn from different continents of the world. Your eligibility for this reward was due to the fact that you have used the Google services at one time or the other within the last 10 Years.

A Bank Cheque have been issued in your favor, hence you have won for yourself the sum of £550.000.00 (Five Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling), One Google Nexus 10 Tablet and also you have been enlisted as One of the Google Ambassadors for 2013.

We are aware of the continual rampant abuse of Google as a company and we are assuring all our users/clients and Reward Winners that we are working on this, as Google does not run a lottery and we will bring all those involved to book.

To claim your reward, please contact our Reward Co-Ordinator Dr. Michael Christopher by neatly filling the verification and funds release form below, as your payment will be released and arranged by our United Kingdom Office;


?              First Name
?              Last Name


File For Your Claim, Please Contact Our,

Dr. Michael Christopher
Telephone : +44-703-592-8098

Note: You can either fill your claims verification form by printing and manually filling out the requested details or you can fill directly on e-mail, or provide the details on Microsoft Word.

Congratulations from the Staff & Members of Google Incorporation.

Dr. Larry Page.

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer,

Google Inc.
Corporate Headquarters,
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View,
California, 94043, United States of America

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Google Phishing Email Scams – September 10 2013