Google Ad Grant Fake Email Being Sent by Scammers
This type of scam will ask you to send your personal information and subsequently ask you to send money in order to receive your so-called grant. But, once the scammers receive your money, they will disappear leaving you disappointed.
The "Google Ad Grant" Scam
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OFFICIAL GOOGLE AD GRANTS
Google Ad Grant is a foundation program that awards grants to non-profit organizations and individuals every year, Google Ad Grants is only available by Google in over 50 countries worldwide, each year we donate ONE HUNDRED MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS in Grants.
We wish to congratulate you as one of the lucky recipients in the ongoing GOOGLE AD GRANTS organized by GOOGLE AD GRANTS COMMITTEE with a grant worth $1,241,935.00 (One Million Two Hundred and Forty One Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty Five United State Dollars.
HOW YOU WHERE SELECTED FOR THE GRANT.
You were selected through our e-mail database saved from over 30 Million Active emails, which an online random selection was conducted.
For processing of your Grants, you are required to send the following information to The Processing Officer Jeffery Dean.
Processing Officer/Google Senior Fellow
Jeffery Dean, Send Mail To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grants Payment Release Form
1. Your Full Name's and Address:
2. Your Nationality and country of residence:
3. Your Gender and Age (yy/mm/dd):
4. Marital Status and Occupation:
5. Private e-mail address:
6. Mobile and Fax Number:
7. How do intend to use these Grant?
Note: Upon confirmation, your Grant will be transferred to you through our accredited affiliate Bank via the Bank to Bank Electronic Transfer to any bank of your choice that bears the same name as filled above.
For security reasons, you are advised to keep these grants confidential as part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claims and its unwarranted abuse.
Sundar Pichai CEO, Google Inc.
Remember, please do not send your hard earned money to the cybercriminals behind the donation scam. And, if you send your personal information, these cybercriminals will use it to further scam you.
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