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  1. Mariette says:

    I have been receiving a sign-in attempt prevented e-mail every single morning for the past 8 months. It looks similar to the example with the no-reply@accounts.google.com address. Every morning, I simply delete it and carry on with my daily task. I change my password on a regular basis and only use my laptop for e-mail. But what do I do to stop it? I cannot carry on like this for eternity?

    • Kushal says:

      Ignore the mail as it is a spam. Add it to spam list. Do not ever follow a link from an email. Email headers are very easy to spoof so even though it claim to be from Google you have no way to know where it actually came from. You can report Spam and Suspicious emails to Google.

  2. anh hop says:

    Thanks you very much for this article

  3. Mandila says:

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  4. Jerry says:

    I just got one of these fake emails. It said that it happened on Wednesday, April 10th, 2017. Red flag went up immediately, because the 10th of April fell on Monday, not Wednesday.

  5. trisha says:

    Hi, i jsut want to ask, Google said that they prevented someone from signing into my account. I just want to know if they really prevented like they didnt allow the person to sign in or was he able to get through my stuffs?

    • Nikhil says:

      No access was given to any third person. But an app with low-security measures might be asking for your account access which triggered the warning message.

    • Matt says:

      I had one where they blocked access, but then 10 minutes later allowed them in. They sent emails from my account and even blocked a certain address causing it to go to the spam folder

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