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Need Money Blog: Online Start Up Kit

This is one of those new "Fake news website stories". This time from KLMT3 TV. There is no such station by the way.

The "reporter" says she and two other members of the TV station tried one of those new kits from Google everyone is using to make money online. Several times she provides links to the Online Startup Kit.

Besides the bad spelling, the article is full of false claims which are unbelievable.

Everyone is raving over their success with these types of programs by postign pictures of themselves holding up checks from Google

All of the pictures shown online are from other websites which feature pictures of people holding AdSense checks from Google. The people in the pictures received those checks because they are website publishers who use Google AdSense on their sites and have made money off the program. They did not participate in any "Online Start Up Kit".

"Get paid $5 to $30 for every website link that you post on Google

Nobody pays people to post links on Google, especially not Google. There is no job which does this.

my editor David and my photographer Vivian our secretary

We can't even get the names and jobs straight. One word - PROOFREADER.

We decided to really measure how we did we should take into account how many hours we spent posting the links online.

Again, nobody pays anyone to post links on Google or anywhere else online.

Vivian has decided to work from home full time

I have read this claim several times today. Only, her name is not Vivian, its something else and the station is in another part of the country. And the link to Vivian's farewell letter is to Maria Get's Paid. Vivian left her job and changed her name! Wow, I got to get me one of those Online Start Up Kits!

The Online Start Up Kit is an ad for some product called The Terms and Conditions, that all important link which says how much the product REALLY costs, is a broken link. There is no way to find out what you actually will pay unless you buy.

Also, the Privacy Policy is from JRS Media from the Philippines. They are one of the companies who actively and aggressively advertise these "google" products.

With this much fishy information and made up nonsense, avoid this product at all costs.

I have also seen the name today as Google Startup Kit and Google Home Income. Either way, avoid em!

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