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NeedMoney: Jeremy Made Cash Scam

Jeremy looks like a nice guy, right?

Jeremy claims he is from [enter your town] and recently lost his job as an account rep with a manufacturing company.

Now, Jeremy makes his money on "autopilot" apparently with AdSense, as seen in the screen shot on the website. Jeremy makes steady money, about $5,000.00 a month with this system working only 10 hours a week on his computer. He says you can too.

Jeremy is advertising a product called - Google Biz Kit - which he says helped him get started. He says his checks are about 500 - 1000.00 and they are deposited weekly into his checking account. [Note: Google pays monthly two months after Adsense earnings are tabulated].

Jeremy has a link to the Google Biz Kit on his website. Let's check it out.

What we find is a one page website with hardly any information about the Google Biz Kit.

Fortunately, there is some small print for us to examine. (Unfortunately, most buyers for this product fail to read).

What buyers get when they buy the Google Biz Kit is a monthly subscription to The cost, after a 7 day trial period is 77.82 a month. But wait, there's more..

Buyers also are enrolled automatically in a program called GrantSpring for 24.87 a month.

Both programs have to be canceled by calling a toll free number.

If you believe Jeremy and are thinking about buying the Google Biz Kit, let me give you fair warning.

Google Biz Kit is a scam. You will not receive anything for your money that you could not learn online for free. Your credit card will be charged and you cannot get your 77.82 or 24.87 back under any circumstances. The most you will be able to do is get future charges stopped. Many have had to cancel or change their credit card to get out of charges however.

Google Biz Kit is another name for a dozen similar scams going on with names like SEO Supervisor, Google Home Business Kit, Google Cash Kit or Google Profit Kit. Avoid these products!

This site does not sell the products in question here. If you purchased this product and would like a refund or have questions about the product, please return to the website you purchased the product from and read the Terms of Service for company contact information. Need Money Blog does not sell this product and has no affiliation with the company but is an informational site only.

By the way, the guy in the picture is actually named Nic, not Jeremy. There is no Jeremy, it is all a lie.

Note: This scam also goes under the names "jamesmakesmoney" and "greggetscash".

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