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emillionaire/Googmoney / Product Customer Support

United States, Michigan Review updated:
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It looked on the level. What I suspect it is is a well organized, global scam syndication that probably changes or rotates its storefronts and products, with more "good bait" in the wings I might add and even as we speak and sleep. I paid the 1.95 s&h for a CD to introduce me to a monthly coaching support system that would with a monthly fee entitle me to coaching help patterned to make me a success after the one they "put out there" to be a bonified success at it..."Kevin" The 1.95 was debited from my checking and eventually posted as paid around February 16. But, after more than a week later and still no CD, I phoned the "product customer support" number that tagged along with the l.95 debit. It was then I got suspicious because I never received the promised 24 hour email cancellation confirmation from his "superior"????. Next thing I knew, on March 6, $47 was debited this time by a GoogMoney plus a $1.41 international fee (Does KN stand for Kenya?) I called the number again and a woman answering hung up on me. I wasn't surprised since I first misdialed the last digit minutes before and was told by the answering party whose number I dialed in error that my error wasn't the only one they'd experienced and that they'd gotten lots of misdialed calls about the "CD" and advised me NOT to expect it at all-- according to the dozens and dozens of misdialing dialers seeing red, too. Even if I close the account, the bank would reopen it to pay them ... unless of course I paid the bank the $35 to initate a stop-payment/good for a 6 moths / moral catharsis "to stave them off."..til...the next stop payment??? So, $1.95 plus $47 plus and a lolly-gagging international fee of $1.41 plus a $35 stop payment on it is what I am seeing to errect the other part of the chicken wire barrier over here. And don't think what I just said couldn't happen about the re-opening of a closed account because it did with another sleeze-bag outfit. I closed the account to avert another debit and they re-opened it on the spot to pay them This time I really learned my lesson. Furthermore, I was told that too many of these mistakes could result in my account being closed. Who is watching the chickens? The fox?


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A  22nd of Mar, 2009 by 
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I also paid $1.95 shipping for a money making kit from emillionaire that was suppose to be connected to google but it is not. Then on 3/13/09 my credit card was charged $39.95 listed as GOOGMONEY. I contacted my card company and disputed the charge and they removed it but said the business may try to recharge it so I will have to watch my account or close it. This a definitely a scam.
N  24th of Mar, 2009 by 
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Yes add me to the list, we meed to call our state people and get a nation wide scam alert starteded, and get hole of the person of your bank that works to ftop scams, Dwayne
N  24th of Mar, 2009 by 
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Add me to the list. This is just bat and switch, . Call your bank and ask for the fraud person, after disputing the charge, then place acall with your state goverment people, then call the White House, go on the enter net for this information, Thanks Dwayne
A  24th of Mar, 2009 by 
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I had the same problem happen, so I went to the site and emailed support@emillionaire.com about the issue asking them to cancel my account. Within 5 minutes I recieved a claim ticket saying that my account is closed with them and if any further charges come, to email them again.

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