"Google Worldwide Promo Board Raffle" Lottery Scam

The email message below, which claims that the recipients are winners in the "Google Worldwide Promo Board Raffle," is a lottery scam. The lottery scam was created by scammers to trick the recipients into sending their personal information and money, by claiming that they are the winners of the same so-called lottery. But, there is no Google lottery, and Google will never ask online users to send their personal information via an email message.

Google Worldwide Promo Board Raffle Lottery Scam

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 Worldwide Promo Board Raffle" Email

From: Dr. Leslie Spears [mailto: admin@geld.life]

Posted: Thursday 17 August 2017 13:43

To: Recipients

Subject: Google Worldwide Congratulations!


We've successfully completed the Google Promo Board (Q2) / 17, e-mail raffle, and we've found that your email address is among the twelve lucky winners we've got for the second quarter of this year. Your email is one of twelve lucky winners selected with a profit of GFSP / 955 / GPWIN / UK with the sum of ₤ 950000 (nine hundred and fifty thousand pounds). After an e-mail drawing. This was due to your continued use of Gmail, Google Search Engine, and other Google products.

Complete the following requirement below for your profit claim (1) Your whole name .......... (2) Your address ......... (3) Your nationality ....... (4) Your telephone number ..... (5) Job ..... / Sex ... Online Google Lottery Director and Info Desk / Processing Office Dr. Perry Moorgan Dr. Leslie Spears.

Google company.

Character and supported by President of EMEA Business & Operations for Google, Matthew John Brittin London, 1-13 St Giles High St London WC2H 8LG Great Britain. © 2017 Google Business

There is no prize, so please do not send your hard-earned money to these cyber criminals. If you send your personal information, these cybercriminals will use it to further scam you.

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"Google Worldwide Promo Board Raffle" Lottery Scam