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(CBSDFW.COM) – A new email phishing scam was unleashed on the world Wednesday.

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This one arrives in your inbox as a Google Doc link.

The best way to keep from becoming a victim is to avoid clicking on the link, particularly if you don’t know the sender and aren’t expecting the document.

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However, the links often come from people you know, so it’s important to be alert.

If you get such an email, it’s best to just delete it.

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According to BGR.com, you can also remove permissions for the fake “Google Docs” app from your Google account. In a post on their site today they said you can go to myaccount.google.com, sign-In and click on you “Account Preferences” then click on “Connected Apps.” They say to look for a list of connected apps, and “ensure that anything you don’t recognize is deleted.”