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Need Money Scam: Google To Riches

Also called, Fake News Friday.

We have a rash of new "Google" ads coming out from several new companies.

Same thing:

- fake news papers with names like New York News Gazette and USA Times Today
- more fake moms making money, Mary Steadman and Eva Smolevsky.
- more outrageous and false claims i.e. "I get paid about $25 for every link I post on Google and I get paid every week..."

What are the products?

Google To Riches
Price: 3.58 for trial, $84.79 a month!
Company: L14 Wie Natural Products LLC
Claim: Make up to $375 A Day working from home with Google!
Add ons: A subscription to Health Tracker at $6.82 a month

Google Profits
Price: $1.97 for trial, $99.00 one time fee! Then $47.50 a month!
Company: Hidden (uh-oh)
Claim: You Can Make $200-$300 per Day Working at Home With Google!
Add ons: eBay Money Resource Center at $7.71 a month

What's the scam?

None of these companies are owned, managed or related to Google. This misleads buyers into thinking they are getting paid for working for Google.

The checks displayed are for Google AdSense. The checks are not from actual customers of these products, but are easily found on the internet. Many of the checks are very old as in 2,3 or 5 years. Google AdSense does not work in the way described by either product.

Google does not pay anyone to "post links on the Internet". Nor does Google "deliver those links to you in email". There is no such product with Google. Google AdSense, the only revenue generating program authorized by Google, does not work this way.

The earnings claims are false. Nobody can predict what anyone can make in a certain time frame. Claims like "You will make about $500 your first week. Then it will go up from there" is false.

How do you cancel?

For Google To Riches, the number is 866-737-8571

For Google Profits, the number is 1-800-215-1752

Please avoid these two dogs and if still not convinced, Google both products with the word "complaints" and read what other, real buyers have to say.

Finally, Need Money Blog does not sell either product reviewed here. If you have ordered any of these products or any other online, go to the website you ordered the product from to cancel. If you have questions, need support or would like to cancel service, go to the website you ordered the product from and check the Terms of Service for contact information. Again, Need Money Blog does not sell this product, provide support or take cancellations.

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