This message, which claims to be from “Email Protection Services”, warns that some apps you’ve allowed to access your account have not been verified by Google.
The email, which is designed to emulate a genuine Google account notification message, urges you to click a link to review the unverified apps and thereby remove risky access to your data.
However, the email is not from Google. It is a phishing scam designed to trick you into giving your email account login credentials to online crooks.
Clicking any of the links in the email opens a fraudulent website that asks for your email address and email account password. The crooks can collect this information and use it to take control of your email account and any linked service.
Phishing scam emails like this are very common and take many forms. Always login to your online accounts via a trusted app or by entering the address into your browser’s address bar.
A screenshot of the scam email:
A screenshot of the scam login website: