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Google Customers Target of Phishing Scam

Friday, May 30, 2008 View Comments Comments (0)
If you're a Google customer (or even if you're not), someone could be "phishing" for your personal financial information.  Phishing is a scam where the perpetrator sends an email with an official-looking address that intends to trick the recipient into revealing sensitive financial information.
Google customers have recently reported receiving supposedly official correspondence from such addresses as support@google.com or adwords-noreply@google.com.  If customers click the link, they're taken to a fake site that asks you to divulge your account information or credit card numbers.  The messages might say something like:
Dear Google AdWords Customer,
We were unable to process your payment.
Your ads will be suspended soon unless we can process your payment.
To prevent your ads from being suspended, please update your payment information.
Even if the links look official don't click on them. If you would like to check your account, go to Google AdWords and log in as you normally would.


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