This email, which looks like it was sent by Google, claims that your ‘files has (sic) been successfully published’ on Google Drive.
The email, which features the Google Drive logo, contains links that you can click to supposedly view the files or get more information.
However, Google did not send the email and the links do not open any Google Drive files.
Instead, the links open a suspect website that claims that you can get a chance to win various prizes by providing your personal contact details. The information you provide will be shared with marketing companies who will later bombard you with unwanted promotional emails, text messages, and phone calls.
Some versions may try to trick you into disclosing your credit card numbers, supposedly to receive a free product that only requires payment for postage. These websites should not be trusted with your personal and financial information.
Many versions of these scam emails have been distributed in recent months. Be wary of any email that claims that you should click a link to read lost, broken, or unread messages, access files that you know nothing about, or fix a supposed account issue. Some are phishing scams designed to steal account passwords and other sensitive information. Others are designed to trick you into visiting scam “survey” or “offer” websites.
If you receive one of these scam emails, just hit delete.
A screenshot of the scam email: