"Google/Visa/MasterCard Major Customer this Year" Promotion Scam

Google Visa MasterCard Major Customer this Year Promotion Scam

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The "Google/Visa/MasterCard Major Customer this Year" email message below is a scam. The fake email message was created by lottery scammers to trick the recipients into sending their personal information and money, by claiming that they are winners of the same promotion. But, there is no such Google promotion, lottery or sweepstakes, and Google will never ask you to send your personal information via an email message.

This type of lottery scam will ask you to send your personal information and subsequently ask you to send money in order to receive your prize. But, please do not respond to the email message or follow the instructions in it. Google is not taking part in or endorsing any lottery games, so if you receive an email claiming that you have won some lottery prize endorsed by Google, it is a scam.

The "Google/Visa/MasterCard Major Customer this Year" Lottery Scam

Subject: Official Winning Notification

Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2017 09:34:51 -0800

From: Google Coporation <ochavez@comfinagro.com.co>

Google UK Ltd

1-13 St Giles High Street

London WC2H 8AG

United Kingdom

Website: _www.google.org_ <http://www.google.org>

Ref. NO: 420 C/MCA,

Batch: 864/17.

We wish to congratulate you on this note for being selected as a major customer this year. This promotion was set-up to encourage the active users of Google search engine and the Google ancillary services and confirmed by our co-sponsors Visa*/MasterCard* International. Google is now the biggest search engine Worldwide and in an effort to make sure that it remains the most widely used search engine, we ran an online e-mail beta test which your email address won Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds Do e-mail the Foundation Board office at once with the Verification and Funds release form below for validation of your grant. You are also advised to contact our Google Payment Coordinator (Mr. Jeremy Allison via the above email) with the following details below to avoid unnecessary delay and complications.


Name: Mr. Jeremy Allison

Google Foundation Board (UK)

Email: _drjeremyallison@gmail.com_


-Residential Address:

-Tel (Mobile):


-Full Name: -Age/Sex:

-E-mail Address:


-What is your comment on Google Foundation?


Sundar Pichai

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer ©2017 Google

Corporation Powered by Google

There is no prize, so please do not send your hard earned money to the lottery scammers behind the scam. If you send your personal information, the lottery scammers will use it to further scam you.

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  • April 22, 2019 at 12:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Belgrade, Centralna Srbija, Serbia

    David Drummond of Google Incorporation offered 950000 sterling pounds as a winning prize. Is it a scam?

    • April 22, 2019 at 3:36 PM by info

      Yes, it is a scam because Google is currently not doing lotteries.

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