If you have received this “Google docs” phishing email in your inbox – DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINK.
This is another phishing attempt.
Google Docs is a great online resource allowing you to create, store and share documents, spreadsheets and other useful things. The problem is that if you click on the link in the email it goes to what you might think is a selling website.
Where does it take you?
As you can see – nothing to do with the “sender” – it may not even be a pathetic attempt to show you some fitness equipment. No, I think its a nasty document with embedded programming that can harm your pc.
Here is what to look for:
They also used a standard sales@ attempt to get through filters, and frankly it worked. But you would expect most businesses to have a sales@ email address.
Remember, share this or tell your friends. DO NOT CLICK ANY LINK.