Google ad, via gmail: "Quantum Corporate Funding - Quantumfunding.com - Factoring For Contractors Direct Contractor Funding Source".
I was hoping it would be about quantum computers to do integer factoring, say using Shor's algorithm, but something seemed a bit off about the text; it had "quantum" and "factoring" in it, but also words like "funding" and "contractor".
"Factoring" in this context is apparently a banking service that involves selling your accounts receivable (i. e. money people owe your business) in exchange for a (slightly smaller) amount of cash, which you get now. Wikipedia has more. I'm not quite sure why it has that name.
But it wouldn't have surprised me to see somebody saying that they have invented a quantum computer large enough to do non-trivial factorization via a Google advertisement. I'm not saying they'd be right, but I've seen other mathematics/physics crackpottery delivered through that channel.