Googlemoneytree.com - Unauthorized bank account chargesI got taken for $72.21 by a company named googlemoneytree.com. Thinking their site was closely associated by Google, Inc, I trusted that the info presented by this company was trustworthy. I ordered an info packet they claimed would explain how I could make some extra money using the internet, and by insulation, claimed that it could be done with Google, Inc. The info packet was to have been sent to me “free” for only the payment of $3.88 for postage. A week or so later, I noticed a charge on my bank account statement for $72.21. I immediately phoned googlemoneytree.com for an explanation. They claimed I had not only ordered an info packet, but had also agreed to a “free” 7-day trial of their website. They also claimed they had sent me an email providing my user name and password to their site. Bottom line is that I received neither their info packet nor the email they allegedly sent to me. However, I asked for a refund since I had received neither of the services they claimed I had sent for. I now have submitted complaints to several consumer advocate sites, as well as attorney general consumer complaint sites, both in Nevada and Ohio, as well as the BBB in Las Vegan, NV. The bottom line is that this is obviously a “boiler room” operation out of Las Vegas. Their “customer support” phone number(s) put you in touch with rude and uncooperative phone operators who adamantly refuse to provide any meaningful answers other than, “We have a policy of absolutely no refunds.” Instead of providing any additional alternatives, they simply continue to repeat that same mantra over and over. When asked for a supervisor’s name, phone number, or email address, the phone person merely states that his supervisor accepts no phone calls or emails, period. When asked for the corporate email address, they claim there is none. I was finally able to get a mailing address of the company, which is nothing more than a suite number someplace in Las Vegas. When I asked if they knew what kind of a company they were working for, they hung up. I called another, different, toll-free number and got the same response. I emailed the “customer support” email address provided on their website. The response I got was, “Please call the toll-free number for support.” Of course, they failed to read my email which advised them I had called BOTH of their toll-free number and had received nothing by rude, uncooperative “service” reps. I finally called back and got a person by the name of Jason who verified that my "account" had been cancelled and that I would receive no "additional" charges to my account. I took that to mean that though there would be no more charges to my account, there would also be no credit issued for the amount they stole from me. I merely put a stop-payment on the payment and cancelled my bank card account. There's no way they can steal any additional money from me. Then, I lodged complaints with every government, state, city, and local consumer protection office in both my home state and Nevada where these thieves operate. In this way, I'll cost them much more than the money they stole from me by having them respond to each and every complaint I have lodged against them. I also plan on filing a suit against them in small claims courts both here in my home county and in Las Vegas. At least I should get the satisfaction of getting a lien against them. Even though I may never collect, I'll have the satisfaction of having caused them some irritation Eventually, this will all cause this outfit to collapse, at which point I will have a party. Join me! Do what I'm doing. Inundate them with paper until they just fold up their Arab tents and go into the desert, hopefully to die of hunger and thirst. I tell you, it's too bad for them they got me mad. They'll regret ever hearing my name. I'm sick and tired of these hoodlums stealing from us all. Everyone else shoudl do the same thing. That's the only way to stope these ###! Cost THEM money! Too bad I can’t get an email address to inform the “real” google that their reputation is being severely tarnished, if not destroyed by the illegal and improper actions of this website which seems to indicate they are connected to Google, Inc. As a matter of fact, had they not formulated their name as they have, I never would have given them a second look. So, I’m trying to get an email address for Google Corporate so I can lodge a complaint with them about a company that’s implying a connection with them so that Google can be aware of what’s going on. Unfortunately, Google seems to be following the same uncommunicative tactics that googlemoneytree.com is using. I simply will boycott each and every website and product advertised on Google and switch my search engine to Opera. So, the hell with Gooble! Again, joine me in snowing these ### under with a mountain of complaints, letters, emails and phone calls. You may not get your money returned, but revenge is sweet. Besides, it's fun to rile their phone reps. Some of them really get excited when I ask them if they know what kind of a company they're working for. It's a hoot! One of the reps told me his last name was "Toady", so I explained what his last name meant, and he hung up on me. I got a real belly laugh out of that. Try it! It's fun, honestly. The best part is that it makes me feel a whole lot better!