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Google Income/E Millionaire Scam / Scam/Fraud

1 United States Review updated:

I thought I was signing for a Google Income book for $1.97, which was supposed to be mailed to me. But, a few weeks later; I had $47.00 taken from my card, then a couple of weeks later, there was another $47.00 taken from my card. Both transaction also had a .94 cent Visa Int'l fee.

I called the 800 # for the E Millionaire Recession Proof listed on my statement and found a fast busy signal. However; when I called the 800 # for the Google Income, which is [protected]. There was a voice recording of a white male followed by another recording of a white female. Later, an Asian female answered, but would not state the name of the company she was working for, nor the city in Florida she was located. I am sure after my call, they will have disconnected that number.

I told her I did not authorize the charges to my card and that I was going to contact the authorities regarding the fraud. She assured me that they would refund my money in five to seven days and not to contact my attorney.

They wanted my email address, my name and the last four of my credit card. I refused to give my email address and my name. I only gave the last four of my credit card, which I was a little leary about doing so.

I did file a complaint with the FBI and followed up with my credit card to cancel my card and issue a new card. Plus, they are investigating the company as well. Lucky for me, my card will return the money.

As the saying goes, if it is too good to be true, it IS too good to be true! And you should keep you card and your money in your pocket.

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  • Ra
      23rd of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    I paid 1.95 for my starter kit, then after a couple weeks paid 39.00 and then another 39.00 the only one I authorized was the original 1.95

  • Ju
      26th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    I ordered a kit last March 7, 2009 and until now it has not been delivered. I live here in the UK and I know that I was only paying $1 and a few cents but when I saw the bill on my statement, it was £34.10. Now, I am trying to access their website, it seems that there is no emillionaire website now. I just read the scam that there is and I hope that they could stop this and catch the people involved in this. I just hope that I could still refund my money. You can contact me through my email at juliusperalta@yahoo.com.thanks.

  • Em
      1st of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    emillionaire google kit is a scam. Somewhere in their ad is supposedl small print (yet to find it) that states you are becoming a member and will be billed X amount. This is not an optional purchase beyond the original kit - which I never received yet ( a month later). A person will call will a follow up to your purchase to which I replied no thanks for any additional products, I am waiting to see if you are a scam (which I read AFTER the kit purchase). Well 2 weeks after the $3 purchase, my account was billed $47.38.

    How to contact: There is a number to call, not the fake one they give you in the first email thank you purchase. There is no website support to reach. The icontact people they put down in the email has little to nothing to do with emillionaire except a transaction site - but they have received many compaints and do not do business with them anymore I believe. The number I called ( I will get to the real one in a minute) some guy answered, sounded foreign, he said no but he has the number. He gave it to me, some guy answered, sounded foreign, he apparently had no clue. Thankfully icontact keeps records and gave me this number

    1 800 309 6980. They want you last 4 numbers to refund your account - which is suppose to take a few days - I have to wait and see.

  • Su
      3rd of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    I ordered the kit from emillionaire for 1.45£ and after couple of weeks i was charged 34£. They had not mentioned about this charge intially.

  • Bi
      10th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    We all need to find a good lawer and stick it to these people Class action style!!!

  • Mi
      20th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    I ordered th kit and my story is like everyone eles I paid $1.95 the 2 weeks later I started getting the $47.00 dollar charge I tried to call the company and got the fast busy signal. I contacted my visa company and the rep was aware of the company and they immediatly cancled my card and will be reissuing me a new card. I have been looking on line for a "scam" awareness site today to further investigate this company and they post there own Sucker sites talking about what a wonderful company they are (just adding to the scam). I have still not recieved my kit. I would tell anyone to stay away from this site if you have alot of money to throw away donate it to a charity.

  • Co
      29th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    They are scams! They make you pay for something that is a free service with google.

    Visit www.talesfromtheswamp.info to learn more

  • Ch
      7th of May, 2009
    +2 Votes

    This is the person behind this scam - just do a google search for his name + emillionaire and you will see that.

    So contact him direct for a refund:

    Name: Brock Felt

    Telephone number: (813) 839-7824

    Address: 4903 Yacht Club Dr, Tampa, Florida, FL 33616

    Email address: brockfelt@emillionaire.com

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Brock-Felt/1074755489

    LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/4/66b/a51

  • Mv
      30th of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    They are nothing but FRAUD. They charged my card 3 times!!!
    I cancelled as soon as I could and contacted them 5 times for reimbursement.
    First they said I had to provide them essential information which I did on 3 occasions.
    Then they said they never got the information and I sent it AGAIN!.
    Today I get an email from them that it's past the 7 days to cancel (even though my initial email cancelled it in time) and all they can reimburse is 47$. They charged me over 300$ !!!
    What absolute CRAP.
    Do not do not do not sign up for eMillionaire.
    They WILL rob you blind.

  • Ch
      30th of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    mvincent - report them to the FTC:
    http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/contact.shtm


    Also see: http://successisavision.blogspot.com/2009/04/emillionare-scam-brock-felt-owner.html

  • Cr
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    k ppl i tried to explain this and all the scams i have a blog on blogger its the last part of the blog on the bottom of the page, there i have explained to you about the scam, on my site i also have good ways to make money i have posted on on my page these are legit companies also you can find out some other sites i have posted that make money, but not a get rich scheme, i recommend the one i have posted on my page and like i said amazon has one that you can do also its free and all you have to do is put a lil time in it not gonna get rich quick but you can earn some extra money here is my site look at the last post which explains the google scam and tell every one you know about the scam here is my blog http://helpergirl227.blogspot.com/

  • Si
      21st of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    i know lot about this company, this is a call center company located in Cebu City, Philippines named Cebu Global Teleservices Inc. which is owned by Christopher Pallante who is residing in Florida. I was also employed there as an agent handling calls from US and I stopped because I cant afford myself working in a demonic call center. This company must be closed ASAP to stop victimizing US people. I would be very glad to help you guys if you want to know more about the people behind this company pls e mail me @ impulse123revea@gmail.com

  • No
      22nd of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    All of the info about this scam is true - I also was victimized by a small fee for a CD giving you info about the eMillionaire, however a month or so later a charge of 47.00 appeared and then once again this month. I missed the first charge, but caught the 2nd. I didn't realize where the charge came from because the merchant listed on the statement did not state eMillionaire. What raised a red flag was the international abbreviations at the end of the transaction ID. My credit card company definately took care of me and also provided me with the 1-800 number where the charge came from. I called and was able to speak to a customer service rep on the phone. The rep told me where the charge came from and then I realized what had happened. Once the company had obtained my credit card info for the initial 1.95 charge, they then had what they needed to charge my account on a monthly basis. This company must indeed be shut down and hopefully be given severe consequences for doing such things; especially with the economy in such a state.


    Do you part and share your story and pass along the info about this company.

    I hope this helps.

  • Ch
      22nd of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/4/66b/a51

    Here emilionaire scammer Brock Felt is claiming to be owner of EMT "a $14B global IT Infrastructure company providing hardware, software and services to manage the information and data requirements of the world's largest companies."
    http://www.linkedin.com/companies/emc

    Of course he has NOTHING to do with that reputable company - his company is emillionaire llc and his previous company is marqilife (another big scam).

    If he was really the owner of a "$14B global IT Infrastructure company" he would not be selling scammy Google Kits online now would he.

  • Ar
      23rd of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    well i had a similar surpise but luckily i stopped it in time after their website revealed the monthly 49.95 "trap"..from google income club/ incomefromhomekit.com . Folks, read my letter. i guess they had to ACT or my lawyer (whom i cc'ed on my email was waiting to see how theyd respond, i did some background check on their domain and some review pages showing them i knew what was up . i emailed them so i had evetyhing as proof in black n white, i didnt bother calling their numbers ! i cancelled my card asap so it prevents them from using it any further (or selling it elsewhwere).
    ----- Original Message -----
    From:
    To: IncomeFromHomeKit
    Cc: xxxx@sbcglobal.net ; xxxxx@xxxlaw.com
    Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 6:44 AM
    Subject: RE: CANCELLATION REQUEST FOR TRIAL
    What other information do you need?
    Your system has my card info, my billing address? I would assume your confirmation email already acknowledged receipt of my submitted infos.
    (Visa card end xx, address xxxxx culver city ca, phone 310-xxxx, email xxxx@sbcglobal.net..)
    I signed up online at your website and did NOT sign in yet after receving your acknowledgement email (as seen below ). It was upsetting to see the second page that revealed an additional 49.95 will be assessed if not cancelled within ten days . It also said I was also enrolled with
    the two additional “FREE” websites with the log in/passwords attached. This is a very misleading marketing ploy to dupe customers into this trap .
    I did not log onto the website any further to enter my login/password infos provided by you.
    Does this mean my account is NOT LIVE and will not be charged theinitial$1.95? If so pls confirm this NOW so I wont be shocked to find out multiple fees will be charged from these 3 sites 10 days LATER for some odd reason that your company would justify charging me further .
    I DO NOT want any further hassle to have to keep calling your 1888/1800 numbers that take FOREVER to pick up.
    Please lets be DONE with this sign up.
    Its a mistake and I’m not interested .
    Consider this email my FORMAL CANCELLATION .
    Problems? Call my lawyer!

    Your 1800 number does not work!!
    I NEED TO CANCEL this SIGN UP ASAP.
    PLS REPLY IMMEDIATELY AND CONFIRM MY CANCELLATION.!
    I need to cancel this or do I have to seek legal means to do it?

    Art
    FRAUD ANALYST (yes its my real job)
    xxxx,
    Hollywood, CA 90028 United States

    ====
    their speedy reply

    Hi,
    Thanks for contacting us.
    Your membership for IncomeFromHomeKit System has been canceled.
    Your cancellation number is AVRxxxxxx
    Also, your membership for Online Identity Protector and Craigslist Income secrets has been canceled and any future charges have been stopped.
    Thanks!
    xxx
    Income From Home Kit Customer Care

    =====they are using a proxy server=======

    you can have a local govt agency summon them to provide you their registered contact infos if you want to ...

    Administrative Contact:
    Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.
    Whois Agent (jdbtxdmmrx@whoisprivacyprotect.com)
    +1.4252740657
    Fax: +1.4256960234
    PMB 368, 14150 NE 20th St - F1
    C/O incomefromhomekit.com
    Bellevue, WA 98007
    US

    Technical Contact:
    Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.
    Whois Agent (jdbtxdmmrx@whoisprivacyprotect.com)
    +1.4252740657
    Fax: +1.4256960234
    PMB 368, 14150 NE 20th St - F1
    C/O incomefromhomekit.com
    Bellevue, WA 98007
    US

    Registrant Contact:
    Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.
    Whois Agent ()

    Fax:
    PMB 368, 14150 NE 20th St - F1
    C/O incomefromhomekit.com
    Bellevue, WA 98007
    US

  • Cl
      25th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    I cannot get in touch with incomefromhomekit.com/google income club. does somebody have contact info that works? I have not received any replies to emails sent to support@incomefromhomekit.com and have tried calling several 877/888 numbers which elicit no response

  • No
      26th of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    You can try 866-834-6878. I don't have any email contact info, and probably will not help as they are more than likely filtering emails and will not respond.

    I would try to go through your credit card company or bank account to see if they will dispute the charges and do the contacting for you.

    If no luck, you might need to seek legal help.

    Hope this helps.

    Good Luck!

  • Di
      30th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    Just to let everyone know, I called the number 877-379-6463 and told them to discontinue my service. I recieved theyre name and a confirmation number plus i recorded the message. Just to be on the safe side I would suggest others who have yet to take care of the problem to do so. I have not been charged again and, with the recording, the name (if its even real) and a confirmation number you have all the best grounds to file a lawsuit in your favor. Somebody will get hung and it wont be you!!!

  • Br
      30th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    THE SAME THING HAS HAPPENED TO ME AS TO ALL OF THE COMPLAINTS ABOVE. IT TOOK A MONTH TO RECIEVE THE CD FOR 1.97 AND THEN BY THE TIME I RECIEVED MY CD THE 47.00 CHARGES BEGAN TO COME OUT OF MY ACCOUNT BEFORE I EVEN LOOKED AT THE CD THIS IS COMPLETLY A SCAM AND I FEEL RIPPED RIGHT OFF FOR ABOUT 200-300 DOLLARS I AM VERY DISATISFIED. I TALKED TO A GAL BUT ONLY FROM THE # THAT WAS ON MY BANK STATEMENT THE # THEY TOLD ME TO CALL WAS ALWAYS BUSY- THIS MUST BE ONE WAY FOR THEM TO DRAG OUT THE PROCESS TO STEAL YOUR MONEY. LIKE SAID BEFORE IF IT IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, THEN IT IS NOT TRUE TOO YOU.

  • Ra
      30th of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    This is a big scam, These people need locked up with Mr. Bernie Madoff.. I was redirected from another web site when ordering the 1.95 cd which i have never received, I didn't realise what happened until I saw the unautherized 49.90 charge and have tried calling what phone numbers i could find with absolutly no luck. I'm in the process of getting my money returnd from my bank and hopefully no one else will become victoms as we all have. Count me in on a class action lawsuit!!!

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