Fake "Google Privacy Policy Update" Emails Created by Scammers

Online users who have received fake Google Privacy Policy update emails like the one below, with a link to spam websites or websites that are trying to sell you something, are asked to delete them. And, they should not trust the websites that they were taken to. This is because the fake emails are being sent by online scammers or cybercriminals.

Fake Google Privacy Policy Update Emails Created by Scammers

A Fake "Google Privacy Policy Update" Email

From: "GооglеTеam" <info@buzzihub.com>

Date: December 8, 2018 at 12:48:31 AM PST

Subject: Impоrtant цpdatеs

Google privacy policy update

We have an important update on our privacy policy to protect your privacy, please read our privacy policy to get more info.


Online users who want to read Google's privacy policy can go directly to:

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Fake "Google Privacy Policy Update" Emails Created by Scammers