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NeedMoney Scam: Who is Chris Fraiser?

Chris Fraiser has great news for all of us! Chris makes money at home by posting links on Google and gets paid for it!

Chris has paid off all of his credit cards with his Google money! Chris Fraiser now has a savings account with money in it from Google!

Chris spends lots of time with his family now. Why? Because he makes so much money from Google!

Sound too good to be true? That's because it is. Chris Fraiser's website is an advertisement for ...

- The Easy Google Cash Kit
- Cash Secret Club
- Google Fast Cash

Let's review "Chris's claims"

Here's how it works in a nutshell. Google pays me between $5 and $30 for every website link that I post.

BS - Google does not pay anyone for every website link you post. Google AdSense does pay publishers a share of advertising revenue when visitors to a website click on an AdSense ad. However, there are many stipulations and conditions to using AdSense and it is not easy (take it from my experience) to make "thousands of dollars" a month off the bat.

I've been getting checks every week working from home and It only took 2 days to get my first check.

There is only one Google program which sends checks (AdSense) and it does not pay within two days. AdSense, according to the Terms of Service, sends checks one month after a publisher has reached a minimum threshold of $100.00 in bone fide ad clicks on a website. Typically this means up to 60 days before a check is sent.

Just 3 weeks later I was making $2381.45 every week!

Amazing that the earnings are that accurate! Also patently false.

When I signed up for this program it was $97 but right now they are offering it for free, you just have to pay the $1.95 shipping & handling.

Chris Fraiser is advertising Easy Google Cash Kit (and Cash Secret Club and Google Fast Cash). The Terms for these programs state the program costs "The resource center is billed at $81.32 monthly" after the 7 day trial period. The $1.95 shipping fee is only an enticement to get users to input their credit card so it may be charged later for the higher fee.

Don't trust Chris Fraiser. Instead research free methods to make money online. There are plenty of them out there and are less of a headache than the Google Cash Kit or the other products mentioned.

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.

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