Yet more fraudulent emails purporting to be from Google Drive are currently hitting inboxes.
The emails, which feature the Google Drive logo and seemingly legitimate footer information, claim that a file is pending approval and urge you to take action by clicking a button.
However, clicking does not take you to a Google Drive file as you might expect. Instead, it opens a scam website designed to steal your personal information or trick you into downloading malware.
Some versions open spam websites that try to trick you into entering your credit card details to buy dodgy pharmaceutical products.
Typically, the scam emails contain several links, all of which open fraudulent websites.
Ensure that any Google Drive related emails you receive are legitimate and from a trusted source before clicking any links.
A screenshot of the scam email: