Google Forms Scam - Remain Blessed in The Lord

Google Forms Scam - Remain Blessed in The Lord

The "Remain Blessed in The Lord" Google Forms email below is a scam. Therefore, recipients are asked not to follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking the link in it. The link goes to a Google Form used by the scammers to steal account credentials, personal and financial information.

If you have been tricked by the scam, please change your online account passwords and contact your bank or financial institutions if you gave out financial information.

The Google Forms Scam


Date: Sun, Nov 15, 2020, 10:32 PM

Subject: Remain Blessed in The Lord

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Remain Blessed in The Lord

I am Reverend Sister Laura Brandon from St Paul Catholic Church here in Nigeria, it's very pathetic that we lost Rev. Peter Cox of St Paul Catholic Church Nigeria. Late Rev. Peter Cox is an Canadian Citizen an orphan but nationalized in st Paul Cathedral Nigeria, Late Rev. Peter Cox died on 6th July 2020 and before he died, he made a WILL and instructs me to contact you on your email as the next of kin of the fund as his spirit directed him.

I am glad to inform you that late Rev.Peter Cox made you the beneficiary of his will a sum of $15,500,000.00 through your email address, you might be wondering how late Rev.Peter Cox made you the beneficiary of his Fund, Late Rev.Peter Cox made a random sampling of many people's email addresses mostly in usa by the help of Microsoft international firm and among the people email addresses, yours came out as a draw and this is how late Rev Peter Cox made you the beneficiary of his WILL and instructed that you can only be informed when he pass on and his memorial service Completed.

Now for you to claim your fund forward the details below to me via this ( so I can forward it to the TD Bank of Nigeria for the release of your funds.

1, Full name.

2, Contact address.

3, Age

4, Occupation.

5, Private phone number.

Best regards & God bless you.

Reverend.Sisters Laura Brandon

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