Google Work from Home Kit Reviews – Legit or Scam?

 

In the latest work from home trend, marketing companies are focusing on selling the dream of Google work from home opportunities.  There are hundreds of these websites claiming that if you sign up for their kit they’ll show you how to make $200 – $600 a day posting links on Google.

The most egregious of these offenders go out of their way to make you believe that you’ll be working directly for Google Inc.  They post pictures of Google headquarters in CA and will even use buzzwords like “hiring,” “employment,” and “work at home jobs.”

What’s even worse is how low they’ve stooped to market these Google work from home kits.  The most common method is to use a fake online newspaper.  They create a website that mimics the home page of popular online news portals; they even include minute details like a weather forecast.

These fake newspapers feature one article with a variation of one of the following headlines:

How a Stay At Home Mom Makes $7359/ Month on Google

Is Working Online At Home The Next Gold Rush?

Breaking News: Google Hiring Americans to Work from Home

These articles profile a successful work at home Mom or Dad who are using one of these kits to not only survive these hard times, but make a killing working from home.  At the bottom of the article there’s a procession of comments, which are also fake, followed by pictures of checks and more links to purchase a start-up kit.
Here are some examples of what these sites look like…

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Google Work at Home Kits the Biggest Scams to Date?

Aside from the deception used to get you to click through to one of these kits, the worst part is still to come.  These kits are practically given away for nominal shipping and handling fees of around 2 bucks; however you need to read the terms and conditions to get the full story.

What you are really signing up for is a trial period of the product; depending on which kit you purchase you have between 3 – 7 days to cancel.  If you fail to do so, they will begin to charge you a high monthly fee for the continual use of the product.  To make matters worse, often times they take the liberty of signing you up for additional trials for products you never even heard off, much less requested.

This is completely unethical and these Google work from home opportunities have fleeced customers for hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Since these billing stipulations are hidden in the fine print most people fail to see them until it’s far too late.

If you already fell for one of these scams there are several things you can do:

1) If you still have the link to the original offer, follow it and read the Terms and Conditions page to get a cancellation number.  What makes this difficult is that these kits are hosted on complicated domains like “https://secure3.on1inetrack.com/goph/?offer=go_qg…”

Almost no one remembers them and to further complicate matters these sites are always changing names and numbers.

Here’s a list of some of the more popular ones at the time of writing this article:

make money from home with google
Name: Make Money From Home With Google
URL: http://www.safetrialoffers.com/googlefortune/ld5/?affID=116&subaffID=1
Phone Numbers: 1-877-361-8622, 1-877-495-1145, 1-800-418-9320 ( Need to call all 3 to cancel additional programs)
Address: Search 4 Profit, LLC.7614 Arvilla Avenue.Sun Valley, CA 91352




profit library

Name: Profit Library with Google
URL: http://www.profitlibraryathome.com/aoffer/?B=144A=94&SubAffiliateID=16113-VT
Phone Number: 1-800-440-4397
Address: 625 Main street West Indies Nevis






Profits at home using Google
Name: Profits at Home Using Google
URL: https://secure3.on1inetrack.com/goph/?session-id=0511cf0b70ceee08f4c08eb7b8f200fc
Phone Number: 877-484-8016, International: 00-1-646-205-0216
Address: Pacific WebWorks, Inc – Utah, USA




2) The easier option is to call your bank or credit card and report these fraudulent charges.  In most cases your credit card company will have a phone number for you to call and cancel the monthly charges.  Still, this doesn’t always work and in many cases people have resorted to reporting their cards stolen and are not taking responsibility for the purchase.

It’s pretty clear that you should stay away from any offers that resemble anything mentioned in this article.  The information in these Google work from home scams is outdated and definitely not worth the monthly fees.

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Average Rating for " Google Work from Home Kit " is 1.91 out of 5 based on 11 reviews.

  • Mr. Malcolm says:

    December 9th, 2014 at 3:41 pm

    OH-YES! After being ‘Beaten, Robbed, Pillaged and Abused’: I keep getting up; Thank you everyone, and I am so sorry for the ‘Fraudulent Issues’ with money making and the internet;
    Word of ‘THUMB’: put “REVIEW”, at the end of every search for work-at-home; especially when you think you found GOLD! ‘There is usually someone “BURNT”, before you’.

    Sincerely,

    Mr. Malcolm

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    Tammy says:

    January 25th, 2014 at 9:13 am

    Thank you. I started to sign up for Google Hiring at home. I am in debt as it is and I thought working from home would help me get out of debt, but only to find out it will put me further into debt. Once again I thank you very as well as others I,m sure.

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    Rich G says:

    January 12th, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR THIS ARTICLE. I WAS ON THE SIGN UP PAGE AND SAID TO MYSELF “let me read the terms and conditions because this sounds too good to be true”. And after reading the terms and conditions I was correct this is too good to be true and I’m glad that you confirmed it. I can’t believe I almost gave away a lot of money I can’t afford to lose. Google should be close down in my opinion. If I would’ve lost any money because of their scam I would’ve had to cancel my credit card and rerouted all my auto bill pays to another card. Well, thank you for the article I appreciate it!

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    Jd says:
    January 21st, 2014 at 9:47 am

    I think all of us who r making remarks ALMOST fell for it.. Sounded good didnt it?

    Look into BITCOIN MINING , U have to buy a Certain Machine but OMG u can make killer money..

    Read up on BITCOINS AND LITECOINS… Its a new(3 years old) currency for the net.. FULLY LEGIT..

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    Dave says:

    January 10th, 2014 at 3:02 pm

    So basically the review is telling us that it works, but you have to do extra things to actually get it to work for you.

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    Dave says:
    January 10th, 2014 at 3:03 pm

    I would appreciate it if someone would reply to my comment for support on my comment.

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    Jessica says:

    December 23rd, 2013 at 1:02 am

    I saw the ad on Google’s actual website sadly. Clicked on it, figuring it was too good to be true, and soon found out it was. I came to the purchase page for the “shipping and handling” to see if I could get any more information and found that it would be charging me $5 for the first 7 days, and then $67 every 30 days after that. I don’t think so. I quickly exited the site and searched to see if it was a scam. Needless to say, I found this site confirming my answer.

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    DULCE says:
    January 8th, 2014 at 12:55 am

    THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO TELL US THIS. THANK YOU!

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    decan says:

    March 9th, 2013 at 11:35 am

    super site…thanks

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    GC says:

    February 19th, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    Dreadful.

    My advice: Reply to the invoice asking for an immediate refund the second after disconnecting from the “start-up consultants”.

    If you ask questions of Simon or Jason, they will either 1) put you on hold hoping you will hang up; or 2) hang up on you.

    This company should be ashamed of themselves advertising start-up help.

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  • Olive says:

    October 14th, 2012 at 11:27 am

    Thanks for this post. It is a God send.

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  • Victoria says:

    April 17th, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    My boyfriend’s mom sent me a link for this particular scam…she meant well, but I was instantly skeptical. I searched the title of the article and voila! Found just what I suspected I would find. Too good to be true. Back to good old hard work! :-)

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    Larry says:

    April 2nd, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    Beware anytime you see any kind of offers that are free or began with services or products that are sometimes under priced etc. And also read the hidden fine print closely as you could get into future charges on your accounts that were used to make the first purchase. And then do not expect much interest in catching these culprits as most countries are slow about pursuing such persons due to not having a police department to handle them. Even the large credit card companies and banks write off this type of loss as a normal part of the internet banking and transactions done via the internet.

    And since odds are in favor of the criminals that are doing all of it about all we have to look forward to is even more of this type of problem coming to us on our computers. So such scams as these will continue to enrich the culprits as long as they keep such thefts down to only a few hundred bucks per transaction. And so that leaves us with little support and them the culprits getting away with large thefts with the volume of takers they are getting.

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    Edward says:

    March 24th, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    It goes show you the old saying “if it sounds too good to be true, then it more than likely is”. It frightens me to see the exuberatng amount of people year after year fall for the same internet hoax they did before just in a different form. What is the matter with people these days is they do not take the time to research there endevours. Not to mention these internet scammers are getting really good at what they do. I was sent an email from an unknown about 10 years ago regarding an opportunity to make some real good money buying products at local stores and sending them overseas and all I needed to do was to provide them the billing informtion for payments. They stated they would send the money orders first to buy and ship te items and what ever was left out of a fixed amount was mine to keep. At first I admit it sounded like a good business venture. Then it dawned on me if they were a reputible company why would they not be able to purchase these at a better rate then I ever culd and why would they offer to send the money prior to my even excepting the offer. This is the kind of anlytical thinking we all need to exersize, and maybe one of the reasons ur economy is failling. We do not follow simple business ethics and just mke some pretty uneducated decsisions.

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    wetworkst7.com says:
    March 31st, 2012 at 1:41 am

    Yes they are right some one is making 10k a month from others that fall for this think about all the people that send in the 20 bucks to get the package. I feel sorry for people that have it bad and along come this sweet fairy tale importunity and they make them self believe it will work.

  • Theyalmostgotme says:

    February 16th, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    Thank you everyone!

    I came close. As a HR recruiter I know better at the same time with three kids and wishing I could be at home with them more the emotion come over you and people are looking for the secrets to success and that is how they get you. They not only on-line scam but they call you to saying contribute this much and we can make 10 folds for you. It is a different scam however they were asking for thousands and if you say I don’t think so someone in the back is screaming She ain’t got the money hang up on har! hundreds of people lost thousands and it broke them financially and their spirit and their hearts.

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  • blindman says:

    February 11th, 2012 at 8:16 am

    thanks man. Idiot brother keeps sending me these links about mums who work at home and earn as much as $6,000 to $10,000 a month. And that is for less than 15 hours of work a week. But come on man, even highly trained professionals e.g. doctors, lawyers, software engineers and even some entrepreneurs etc. do not make as much money in such a short time. What you have to do is ask yourself where all that money is coming from? for just posting internet links for the benefit of customers you get this much money? Who are those customers and how much money do they throw at these so called online companies?

    come on guys think about it. If all the 7bn or so people on earth signed up to these so called easy money “opportunities” where is all the money going to come from? will that system not break? I don’t no much but I believe in everyone doing an honest job for honest pay. Peace. Sorry for my incoherence, but I was just too pissed off.

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  • Justin says:

    January 22nd, 2012 at 4:52 pm

    If you notice when you go to their site it has your location and apprently whatever person they are saying got this much money is from your location. But if you use a proxy (https) there will be no location at all. The general idea of them being in your area is supposed to make you feel safer and pull you in.

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  • Correy says:

    September 17th, 2011 at 11:57 pm

    Thank you to everyone for posting your comments… I am so glad to have looked into this more carefully!.. The add seemed legit and seemed to good to be true?.. It even says things like “As seen on CNN”; I even for a moment considered it but read the fine the fine print… and when they ask for a credit card number?.. this sure made me think twice!
    I can only hope that everyone reads these statements and keeps their hard earned money for themselves! This is so wrong!

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    lisa says:

    September 15th, 2011 at 10:09 am

    First off! you are really dumb if you think paying someone to make money is Legit! They should be paying you. Wow, this is ridiculous.

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  • Zack says:

    January 2nd, 2011 at 11:44 am

    Get real! if this was legit do you think that the unemployment rate would be still going up?And also it wouldn’t just be in the online news it would be in your local newspapers and on the news on your television.There are real online jobs out there but like Jon said they aren’t anything like you see on here.A real legit online job that pays alot of money requires years of college, owning and hosting a website,that all costs mucho dinero,more then most of us would earn in a lifetime at our current jobs.ANd most online jobs would require you to go to their place and fill out a resume so look at the facts before you fall for those scams!

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  • Jon says:

    January 1st, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    There are online jobs out there but nothing like the ones that are offered large amounts of money like these fake ones claim to do. Any legit online job available will only be equivilent to minumum wage or any ones that offer a significient enough amount of money to be able to quit your away from home will require at least a master’s degree and having your own website if you’re lucky enough to have anyone visit it and even then they won’t pay anywheres near what these ones claim to pay. So I agree with you about online jobs that don’t exist. Everyone says “if it sounds like it’s too good to be true, then it probaly is” there’s no probaly about it. If it sounds too good to be true then it IS too good to be true 100 percent.

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    Jenna says:

    December 4th, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    Just a quick tip for anyone who has fallen for this scam, or one like it, and can’t find the number to call and cancel.

    If you search and find the page where you originally put your information in to sign up, you can enter false info (just make up any name/address/phone #/etc) and it will direct you once again to the page with the terms and conditions (in other words, the “fine print”), this is where you will find the number to call and cancel. Believe me, you won’t find it anywhere else!

    I stupidly fell for this scam like an idiot, it wasn’t one of the examples given in this article, but very similar. The one bright side to this is I can now use my dumb mistake to help make sure others don’t lose their hard-earned money over it.

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    Joseph says:

    October 24th, 2010 at 5:29 pm

    Thanks for this blog,I was this close to the payment page to this So called Home Income Cash with fake comments and cheques of £500 to £1000 a week.this is ridiculous and unethical way of scamming people.

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  • Dave With Sense says:

    September 26th, 2010 at 5:04 pm

    I read this ad on a well known and trusted website. I inquisitively clicked on it and after reading the phoney ‘letters’ from ‘satisfied customers’, I laughed. What an obvious and typically glitzy scam!

    Google! That was the hook.

    I obviously didn’t fall for it and then decided to Google the ad sentence. Well well, look where I ended up! I feel sorry for those of you who fell for this. Hopefully you have all learned a good lesson.

    The ONLY people who get something for nothing are those who start up these scams!

    PLEASE don’t fall for these things again!

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    Jd says:
    January 21st, 2014 at 9:43 am

    Google was the hook line and sinker, then i decided to research as my mind always tells me to do and what do i find?

    BS!

  • DENISE says:

    March 1st, 2010 at 1:41 pm

    WOW, THANKS FOR POSTING. I FEEL STUPID BUT I DID ENTER MY NAME ADDRESS AN EMAIL TO GET TO THE PAYMENT PAGE. LUCK HAS IT- I DID CLICK ON TERMS. THEIR YOU WILL FIND A MONTHLY FEE OF 39.95 IF YOU DO NOT CANCEL IN 14DAYS. ALWAYS ALWAYS READ THE TERMS!!!!!!!!! I HAVE BEEN SCAMMED SO MANY TIMES I ALWAYS LOOK AT THE TERMS NOW.. THIS WAS A GOOD ONE I HAVE TO SAY. GOT ME TO CLICK THROUGH BUT DIDN’T GET MY MONEY…

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    Jd says:
    January 21st, 2014 at 9:41 am

    Yea I thought it was too good to be true, almost all those MAKE THOUSANDS FROM HOME PROGRAM normally are, but i did kinda think since it was Google or suppose to be , i could see them reaching out to the public to help the economy and the rescission as big as they are..

    BUT NOPE ANOTHER SCAM..

  • andy says:

    January 29th, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    Vivian i feel for ya. I have tried searching for ways to make scam free bucks out there buts its impossible. I think that most of those sites that ask for money 1st thing are bullsh*t. not all- i have no suggestions bc of the amount of bullsh*t people are actually posting…in return hurting undeserving people like you and i, good luck…

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  • william f parr says:

    January 20th, 2010 at 1:16 am

    thanks for your blog about this phony SCAM to make money posting links on the internet for GOOGLE!! Am 71 years old, and I came within the hairs width of falling for this Online Scam. You would think that these powerful successful companies such as Google and others such as Yahoo! would be able to pressure our government to pass laws to stop this illegal practice and put the perpetrators in jail for at least 10 years for a first offense, 20 years for the second offense, and life without parole, for the third offense…

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  • Lloyd says:

    January 10th, 2010 at 5:57 pm

    Government see to it that you pay tax why can’t the gov prison these culprits and throw away the key for scamming poor people trying to make honest money on line . Or why cant Google stop these criminals sue them take away their homes, family , dog, and expose them.

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  • corrine says:

    January 5th, 2010 at 3:51 pm

    WOW! As I was looking for the website that was going to make me so much money, I found this one. Thank GOD!

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  • Suzie says:

    December 15th, 2009 at 8:29 pm

    I was scammed also from the Internet profit house/Google . Now I have to cancel my card at the Bank. I think its awful that there are human beings out there that will do this to people.Times are hard enough as it is. We were laid off from our jobs and thought this was a way to make money, since jobs are hard to find. I have learned my lesson never will fall for it again. Everyone please beware.

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  • hsygqhbshb says:

    December 12th, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    Thank you i almost fell for it.

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  • Melvin says:

    December 10th, 2009 at 9:52 am

    My wife liked the idea and now i will cancel my credit card. Yes well fell also .

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  • Tom says:

    November 29th, 2009 at 11:43 pm

    That big “social networking site” wouldn’t let me post this page as a link so I could warn my friends… Wow. All tied in somehow I guess.

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  • Marie says:

    November 29th, 2009 at 9:23 am

    hyjyljyj says everything that needs to be said on this subject and says it in a great direct and honest way! Also, I’ve never before read such a no-nonsense, truthful comment on work before – great stuff! Thanks you for this hyjyljyj!!

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  • vivian says:

    November 27th, 2009 at 11:18 pm

    I got ripped off, I felt for it, they asked for $1.99 ’cause I had in the bank $3.00 dollars I felt desperately for a job, is hard to find one, so as soon as I put the credit card number in, the page disappeared, I thought this is weird, something is wrong here, so I run to the bank and ask, they suggest never fell for this things on the internet, I went back home, and I waited 3 days, I had a bad feeling of it, so something told me call the bank, well, they withdrawal $74.97 out of my account without my authorization, and I not even had this amount, it bounced back at me, the work at home got paid, and I end up paying the bank for this, you THIEVES, on top of everything I call them, to return my money and they denied it. You will saw what you reap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • hyjyljyj says:

    November 19th, 2009 at 8:59 am

    Still not believing how many people continue to fall for Internet scams. Yes “times are tough” and going to get a lot tougher (the govt. needs to intentionally overload the system so it will break, so they can install the New One…hope you’re not just learning this for the first time here.) But that doesn’t mean you have to get scammed by these slime balls.

    Look…if it says “We NEED you to work from home!” it’s a scam. If you find an exciting, honest-looking program ONLINE,…IT’S A SCAM. Always. 100% of the time, without exceptions. What else can I do to save you from yourselves…

    I will type it slowly for you: There simply… are…ZERO…legitimate…work-from-home…programs…not a single one…that you’re ever…going…to find out about. They simply do…not…exist. Period. End of paragraph.

    No no no–stop it. Quit saying to yourself, “There’s GOT to be!”

    That’s what drooling, doe-eyed idiots say right before they type out their credit card number to some fat, unshaven, smelly, amoral slob, giggling away on the computer in his mom’s basement.

    Now, yes, certainly there will always be plenty of work-from-home SCAMS to suck desperate people in who refuse to heed the obvious truth of these words. But mark these words carefully, memorize them, tattoo them on your buttocks if you have to: There will NEVER…I repeat…NEVER…be…ANY…true, honest, legitimate work-from-home programs…that you will ever…EVER…learn of…and make money from…unless you do it by just following in the scammers’ footsteps and ripping off OTHER gullible fools. That’s how they work. K?

    How do I know? Because I fell for a bunch of them–YEARS AGO. WHEN I WAS A NAIVE, STUPID KID WITH MORE MONEY THAN SENSE. Want to repeat those mistakes? Keep falling for scams just because of the LOGOS. Come on–any imbecile can reproduce LOGOS on a web site and never get hounded down by the companies!

    Rent a clue–go get a real job doing something you’d rather not have to do, which therefore pays you actual money. It’s how the world works, except for that microscopic sub-minority who know at age 5 what they want to “BE” when they grow up, and hit it. Or the tiny few who get lucky enough to have their dreams come true. You, me, and the rest of the 99.9999999999999999999999% of the world gets to WORK for an honest living at something they’d STOP doing in a heartbeat if they suddenly didn’t need the money any longer. That’s the definition of work: You’d stop immediately if you could.

    Get out there and WORK.

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  • gloria hernandez says:

    November 17th, 2009 at 11:09 am

    Well I fell for IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!Now I am trying to cancel this scam I was told to write to customerformhelp.com but guess what nowhere do I see a link to cancel this scam. Now WHAT!!!!!!!!!!! i AM SENIOR CITIZEN AND SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER. but MY FINANCIAL IS VERY WEAK. BY NEXT YEAR 90/0 of us will be eating dog or cat food.

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    jo says:
    November 2nd, 2011 at 8:20 am

    Its a scam

  • ryan says:

    November 15th, 2009 at 7:41 pm

    world is fd up happy i seen this…see ya

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  • Munjal says:

    November 11th, 2009 at 6:36 pm

    This thing is really stupid and a scam…if one uses his common sense then they will know that if making money was so easy then by this time everyone would be a millionaire…my friend bought it and he is repenting….he lost more than $400 because of this scam….the other thing is that you need a website for this or a web-page….if u dont have one where u gonna advertise Google products!!!….and after having a website they pay you per click on the advertisement….so if your website is not much visited then ur not gonna earn money…

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  • davic says:

    November 10th, 2009 at 2:51 am

    Glad i saw this article. I guess if it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t. One time i fell for a scam and they started signing me up for other things. Good thing my bank had a safety feature that locks up my card if suspicious websites try to take my money.

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  • sherry grubbs says:

    November 9th, 2009 at 10:33 pm

    I fell for this scam too, I was looking online for a job & found a man from Lenoir, N.C. on a website telling about how you can make all this great money from Google working from home, saying that his son that is in high school is doing it as well! I believe it so I order the kit, which was a $1.95. A couple of days past after buying the Google e-z money kit I received a phone call from E-Z money confirming that I ordered the kit & thanking me. As time passed I was looking at my acct. online & saw that they charged me $80.41 three times! well I got confused & called, they told me it was a monthly charge & they bill 3mths in advance, I asked to speak with a supervisor & got hung up on, kept calling & hung up on me all three times that I called! But I was lucky, they didn’t get to keep my money, I explained what happen to my bank & they are disputing it so i was so very lucky unlike the others that really got scammed!I have really valued this lesson learned to trust no websites that wants your money like this! Good luck to all and I hope someone is as lucky as I was! don’t let these people SCAM YOU!!!

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  • ray99rev says:

    October 29th, 2009 at 1:46 am

    Damn! I did not know that this is… oh Crap! I lost $800 when I really need more money? Damn crooks!

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  • Joe H. says:

    October 28th, 2009 at 1:45 pm

    I fell for this scam too, and I really hate myself for being so gullible. The scary part is the scam ad that I responded to is on the ABC Good Morning America website, and it’s still advertising there as of today!!! Thank you GMA!!! Those people are the yellow journalists that I always thought they were. I guess I’ll just report my credit card as stolen, because essentially it has been.

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  • MJ Burket says:

    October 24th, 2009 at 10:18 am

    I fell for the same scam and have been trying all morning to delete this account. I called and they had me go to another web-site customer form help. I entered the information. Now how do I know if it was canceled ?? Thanks.

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  • Linda says:

    October 23rd, 2009 at 2:00 pm

    Thank you for exposing these crooks. All of us need extra money in these tough times and it’s easy to get sucked in at first glance. I’m glad I read your review. I’m sure you saved me money and headaches of dealing with these scam artists.

    Thanks again.

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  • Mary says:

    October 22nd, 2009 at 10:09 am

    Wow. I’m glad I checked and found this article. I really thought that ad was legit. It even says things like “As seen on CNN”. I almost fell for it, but decided to check. I only hope more people check before they fall for this scam. It’s so wrong!

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  • paul says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    I’m a touring artist. i need more money. i started looking online, the sites above plus homejobstop.duh where all sponsored links by google search. That is how i found your blog. thank you for your postings.

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  • clint says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 4:48 pm

    I’m very disappointed these people stole my money and will not return it because i sent there product back before the 14 days never opened it and resent it. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT. they will bill you $47.50 a month before the 14 days is up. BE WEARY OF THIS PRODUCT!

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  • Carol says:

    October 18th, 2009 at 11:39 pm

    Thanks for saving me from this horrible scam. I also was almost sucked into this hoax. Thank goodness I walked away and came back to check if this was a scam. It shows how we are easily influenced. Thanks so much, all of you.

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  • Gwen Jones says:

    October 17th, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    I am so glad to see this site. It is a shame how some people want to scam honest down on their luck people when they have nothing to begin with. It’s amazing how low some people will go. They should remember, “IT’S A ROUND WORLD”

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