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Images: Phishing on fake Google pages

A phony copy of Google's Web site promises a $400 prize, and aims to steal users' personal information.
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Images: Phishing on fake Google pages

The fake Google front page advertises that the visitor has won $400 and offers a link to collect the prize.

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To receive the money, "winners" are asked to enter their credit card details and address.

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Congratulations, you have been phished. Instead of waiting for a $400 credit to appear on the card, the consumer is likely better off canceling the card and ordering a new one.

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