Here is a new one I stumbled across and maybe you have as well. The Cash Secret Club.
I found it on a website, DansMakingMoney. Same story as Jeremy and the others - "I had a dead end job and now I make thousands a month placing text ads on Google". Right. Let's read some of what is on "Dan's" website.
There is a picture of a large check clearly from Google for $5000.00 which "Dan" claims is his largest check to date. So the program has something to do with Google AdSense. This same photo is found all over the internet with the amount changed to match the story. So, sorry, Dan, this is not your check.
The website says get the "Free Google Cash Kit", only pay $1.95 for shipping and handling. Maybe, but read the Terms later and find out how "free" this product is.
Follow the directions and set up a Google account. Then they will give you the website links to post. Start posting those links. Google tracks everything.
Google does not give people links. Google AdSense is a service which provides website publishers with code which will produce ads on their web pages or blogs. Google AdWords are text ads buyers pay Google for which will then run on AdSense enhanced pages.
Google will start sending their first check to you in a few days. You can also request that they direct deposit it into your bank account. (Your first checks will be between $500 to $1,500 a week. It goes up from there, depending on how many links you post online.)
Wrong. Google only sends checks with one program - Google AdSense. Publishers with AdSense ads on their websites and blogs make money from AdSense when visitors click ads. These ads are carefully tracked and monitored to protect advertisers from fraud and false clicks.
At the end of a calendar month, if a Google AdSense account has earned more than $100.00 within the month, the money is held for up to 30 days to verify all clicks were authentic. If the clicks were deemed genuine, the money is sent at the end of the following month. This means the soonest a publisher would see any money from Google is in about 60 days if the publisher did indeed receive authentic clicks on their ads.
Finally, there is no guarantee with any advertising program how much money a buyer can expect to make. This is false information.
Clicking on the product link at Dan's page, we see the usual website template used by Google Cash Kit, Google Money Tree, etc. Forget about the money spewing from the computer and the "As Seen On!" notifications. Go to the bottom of the page and click on Terms. Here is the good stuff.
By purchasing this product, you agree to adhere to the termination agreement as outlined on the order page..
The resource center is billed at $81.32 monthly..
By not cancelling the bonus program during the trial period or prior to two days before a scheduled billing cycle, you agree that any reoccurring charges billed to you will be non-refundable...
Again, there is no free lunch. The $1.95 charge will get you a CD of material, (reported to be dated from some other buyers online), of ebooks and guides on how to make money online, use AdSense and Pay Per Click to sell products online.
After a 7 day trial period, you will be charged $81.32 a month unless you cancel. Any other charges already posted up and to your cancellation date are non-refundable.
There are two trademarks at the bottom of the page which are new ones to me:
Hot Business Market Pro and Cash Secret Club©2009.
The information on the Terms for the Cash Secret Club are very clear. If you purchase this product you will be liable for a high monthly ongoing fee.
The claims made on DansMakingMoney are unrealistic and should not be used as a guide for expected income from working online. Buy at your own risk!
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