Fake and Spamming Email - Your Google Play Order Receipt from Aug 01, 2014

Fake and Spamming Email - Your Google Play Order Receipt from Aug 01, 2014

The email message below: "Your Google Play Order Receipt from Aug 01, 2014," is a fake and a spamming email message. The email message was designed to trick the recipients into clicking on the links within it, by falsely claiming that they have made a purchase from Electronic Arts on Google Play. But, clicking on any of the links in the email message, will take them to the pharmaceutical drug selling website: www.canadiansloweshop.com. We do not recommend purchasing anything from the website.

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The Spamming Email Message

From: "Google Play"
Date: August 1, 2014 at 11:32:42 AM EDT
Subject: Your Google Play Order Receipt from Aug 01, 2014

Your Google Play Order Receipt from Aug 01, 2014
Google Play <googleplay-noreply @google.com>

Thank you.

You've made a purchase from Electronic Arts Nederland B.V. on Google Play.

Order number: 09834784832748284888 .4781999814763445

Order date: Aug 01, 2014 11:26:21 PM EEST

Item Price
Plants vs. Zombies™ €48,89
Tax: €0,00
Total: €48,89

Payment = 0 method: MasterCard-4819

Questions? Contact Electronic Arts Nederland B.V..

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Again, the email message is fake and was designed to trick you into going to the website www.canadiansloweshop.com, which we do not recommend purchasing anything from. So, if you have received a copy of the email message above, please delete it.

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  • Aug 3, 2014 at 8:00 PM by an anonymous user from Massillon, Ohio, United States

    Thanks much for the warning. Getting multiple messages with the same basic information. (OHIO)


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