The Google 7.38 Billionth Search Lottery Scam

The Google 7.38 Billionth Search Lottery Scam

If you have received the fake "You've made the 7.38-billionth search" message or popup below, please do not follow the instructions in it. This is because the fake message is a lottery scam that is being used by cybercriminals to trick online users into believing they are lucky winners in a lottery that doesn't exist.

The "Google 7.38 Billionth Search" Lottery Scam

The Google 7.38 Billionth Search Lottery Scam



You've made the 7.38-billionth search!

Congratulations! You are the lucky winner!

Every 10 millionth search is reached worldwide we will proclaim a winner to send out a thank-you gift.

Please select your lucky prize below and claim it by following the instruction.

They cybercriminals or lottery scammers behind this scam will ask potential victims to send personal information. They will subsequently ask them to send money in order to receive their so-called lottery prize or gift. But, if the money is sent, the cyber thieves will take it and disappear, and the victim will not receive what they were promised.

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  • May 13, 2020 at 2:21 PM by an anonymous user from: Venice, Florida, United States

    I came here because I got the pop up just now

    • August 29, 2020 at 3:43 AM by an anonymous user from: United States

      Me too when I went to

  • March 23, 2020 at 10:37 PM by an anonymous user from: Angeles City, Central Luzon, Philippines

    I've been tricked, huhu too late. I already give my personal info tf!

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The Google 7.38 Billionth Search Lottery Scam