Google Chrome will not give away an iPhone, it’s a scam.
It is not the first time that this scam attempt appears in which they make us believe that Google Chrome is going to give us an iPhone.
xx has been selected at random to receive an Apple iPhone 8 completely free …..”
Does Google give away free gifts?
Every Wednesday we select 10 lucky Google users randomly to receive a gift from our sponsors. The free gift is ONLY for users in United States! This is our way of thanking you for your constantly support for our products and services. You can choose a free $1000 Walmart Giftcard, iPhone X 256 G or Samsung Galaxy S8.
Is Google giving away Samsung s10?
Like every week, we’re giving away a brand new Android phone to one lucky Android Authority reader. A big congratulations to the winners of last week’s Google Pixel 4 XL giveaway, Opeoluwa O. from Nigeria. This week we’re giving away a brand new Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, courtesy of the Android Authority Newsletter!
Is Samsung giving away free phones?
‘Disregard’ dodgy giveaway, says Samsung. A post on the Facebook page “Samsung World” claims telecoms company Samsung is giving free phones to people who apply for its promo. “50,000 pieces of this phone are to be given to our active customers, you can win more than 2 to your self alone.
Can you really win a free iPhone online?
First of all, it is possible to win a free iPad, or a free iPhone. So these are the type of competitions where you really can win a free iPad, iPhone or Apple Watch. They are often run by websites and magazines and are always free to enter.
Is the Google 1000 Gift Card Real from Walmart?
No, Walmart Is Not Sending You A $1,000 Gift Card On Your Cell Phone. Think it’s your lucky day because a text message shows up on your phone offering you $1,000 in cold hard spending card cash at Walmart? It’s a scam, says the company, so don’t follow any of the directions given and don’t expect that gift card.
Does Google give 5 billionth search prizes?
The “You’ve made the 5-billionth search” page is an web browser advertisement that states you have made the 5-billionth search and have won a prize, which you can only get by providing your contact information.