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Earn fast cash with googleI want to cancel

Well I wonder if you're not on the hook for $94.89 a MONTH... here are their terms and conditions I just looked up.

Your free trial begins once you submit our order form. Your free trial is for 7 days. During this time you can see our wealth of content, videos and books. If you are not satisfied, simply cancel and no charges will appear. If you are satisfied and want to take control of your future on the 8th calender day you will be billed a fee of $94.89. The $94.89 is a monthly membership charge and will continue to be billed every 30 days until canceled. At the time of purchase, you understand that the initial $1.99 fee is a non-refundable one-time charge for instant delivery shipping fee of the trial offer. No refunds will be give on shipping fees.

I also just read their refund policy here it is...

The refund and money back guarantee will be issued to customers that have used the program for three months or at minimum 88 days and are not satisfied with the results. A refund will not be issued before your three month risk-free period is completed. The money back guarantee is for customers that actually participate and try the program and are not satisfied with the results after the three months or 88 days.

I hate offers like these that bury the real deal. Good luck!

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  • Fe
    Felicia Nov 21, 2008
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    I just purchased this program for a buck, well after I typed in my info I was expecting a confirmation page but didnt get one. So how do I know this purchase went through? I went to the live chat website typed in google cash support & I had to leave a msg for someone to get back to me in regards to my matter. WTH??

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    Sally Nov 22, 2008
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    I purchased the product the other day and I can not find the website. Anyone know the website address for me? Thanks

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  • Ar
    arva goodboo Dec 03, 2008
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    i bought the same program but thet also charge me with 4.95 charge for a charge that i didn't approve of so i am trying the phone numbers to try to get my money back; but with no luck.

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    Darrin Kern Dec 04, 2008
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    Company charged me for products i didnt order or want cannot get anyone on phone to fix. Bad company

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  • Ec
    Eclipse97z Dec 06, 2008

    Hey all,
    I've read majority of the comments about this association and was willing to participate in its business. So far I see that its not a reputable at all. For those that have gotten started, any good come from it yet?

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  • Gr
    Gregory McCulley Dec 08, 2008

    We saw a business opportunity with earnfastcashwithgoogle by kevin hoeffer on the myspace website and all they said was pay 1. 00 for shipping to get started, limited time and you must qualify. There was also connected to his website a grantsforyou by lisa fitzgerald, where you can get grants to pay for college or your house or a smalll business, pay only 1. 99. Directly after signing up for these two product my credit card company called me to ask if the charges for 1. 00, 1. 99 and 18. 77 was authorized from a google pro. We explained about the 1. 00 and the 1. 99 and disputed the 18. 77. I immediately contacted the company and ask for a refund of all funds and was told i would get it back it 3 - 7 days. Still nothing. . .
    But this is not the end, i want my money back kevin hoeffer and lisa fitzgerald!

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  • Ha
    Harry Ween Dec 12, 2008

    Yeah I saw it in myspace too, I never click that stuff, but it kinda piqued my curiousity... I googled his name, then googled the earfastcashwithgoogle site... came up with ALOT of stuff I didn't like, including this site, but also a ton of other sites similar to the Kevin Hoeffer site, the same formula, different names, and vocations same bs... If its too good to be true...

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  • Ha
    hansawf Dec 14, 2008

    Man using googles name like that probably has made them rich. I'm glad they didn't use paypal because then they would've gotten me, but paypal probably would have gotten my money back. I mean google of all people if this was real would've used paypay. When that little block came up asking for my credit icard i was was like no way... I hope everything works out for everyone be smart and safe with your money.

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  • Pi
    Pilguy Dec 15, 2008

    I was about to buy into this little scam which I saw on Facebook, when I cam across the exact same offer with a different name. TOM ANDERSON. The pages where exactly the same in every way (pictures, testimonials) except for the name. This immediately raised a red flag for me. If anything here is true, why would he use a fake name on at least one of these adds. CHECK IT OUT - Tom Gets Green vs. Kevin Gets Green
    I hate these people. Is there anything that can be done besides complain?

    Are there people any where making money by placing adds for Google. Does Google know or care about these scamers using their name?

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  • Fr
    Fred Dec 16, 2008

    Last week I purchased a government grants CD from www.grantsforyou.com online for $2.95 shipping and handling. I still don't receive the CD but I saw that my bank account was charged $58.61 for an online access that I did not request.

    When I called [protected] they told me that when I purchased the CD I automatically signed up for this online service . The $58.61 service is buried in the second paragraph of a disclaimer.

    I called to cancel and was given a reference # by a wise cracking guy. I told them that I had received a marketing call from them yesterday afternoon and I did not want to receive any more calls. He told me not to worry because from nopw on I will only receive calls from him.

    When I called later to verify the cancellation and to speak to a Manager or Supervisor another guy told me that the reference # does not mean I will get a refund. After I insisted to speak to a Manager this guy told me that he reversed the charges but it will take 3 to 5 days to clear. I told this guy that I would be sending this message to the NY State Attorneys office. When I went to the website again, the site looked different and the domain is for sale.

    Lets see what the NY State attorneys office can do.

    Fred

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  • Gi
    gizmoburdine Dec 16, 2008

    Their new website is grantsforyounow.com same scam. should be illegal. another page related to this scam is here http://www.darrensmoney.com

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  • Sp
    spookie Dec 21, 2008

    Hey everyone, do any of you know where everyone is getting the template for the websites in this program like www.johnsmoneyblog.com? Multiple sites are using the same template and they are using a copyrighted photo of my wife and I in front of the Eiffel Tower.

    I've been working with my lawyer to serve all the hosting providers with DMCA notices, but it would be better to just go after whoever is distributing the template.

    Thanks for any help.

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  • Ed
    ediger03 Dec 22, 2008

    I was upset about not being able to find the site, cause I wanted to cancel too. I read these and got worried. However, I went to my bank statement online and looked for the 1 dollar charge. I got the 800 number off of that and called and was able to cancel. The number I have is [protected]. It didn't take too long for a person to pick up the other line and get my first and last name and email account and verify that I wanted to cancel. Hope this helps.

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  • WorkAtHomeTruth.com Dec 24, 2008
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    Spookie, it might be possible to get you to the people who might be able to figure that out as the sites are affiliate sites and each affiliate link is tied to a specific affiliate network - and ultimately the affiliate network have affiliates that are using that template who would probably know where they're from.

    It's late right now, but if you send me feedback either here or through the feedback form at http://www.workathometruth.com I'll see what I can do.

    Btw, we have a LONG list of these sites here:

    http://www.workathometruth.com/blog/2008/12/13/bradsmoney-wheres-that-government-check/

    I think MANY of the ones that reference "Audrey" are using that picture.

    That stinks that they did that. Sounds probable that other pix they're using probably were stolen as well.

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  • Ro
    Rosemarie Jan 03, 2009

    I signing up forLisa Fitzgerald's Grant's for you Now for $1.99. nothing else & was charged $19.99 for Google Profit$ by Erica Miller. When I went to clk. site www.searchprofithouse.com was not found.

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  • Ka
    KateO Jan 06, 2009

    I am so angry with myself, and with these rotten scammers! Usually I do my homework before any purchase. I don't have any excuses...my own fault...This time I didn't. AFTER I signed up for Earn Google Cash at www.earnfastcashwithgoogle.com I found this site. I have a pending charge on my check card for the $1.00 supposedly refundable "shipping charge" for my "kit". I logged in to the site they provided, used the username and password they provided, and got a legitimate appearing site. Then when I tried to log on later, the site is BLANK!!! I had saved the info in a text document prior to navigating away from the site, so I had some phone numbers. I called the one designated as a cancellation number, and he gave me a different number, which, conveniently, is only manned 8 hrs a day (or something like that). Anyway, nowhere did I see that when I signed up I was also signing up for and "fraud protection" and "prevent ID theft", each for a monthly fee if I don't call and cancel. Also the original thing is $29.95 a month if I don't cancel. So, this was just a few hours ago, and I've tried to call the first place so far. I'll try the others tomorrow. Grrrrrrr. How could I fall for this??? I called my bank's online fraud number and she gave me some tips, and told me to call back if charges show up. She did say that I should try to resolve this with the company first. I called the phone number that she gave me as appearing on the pending charge, and got an automated message stating that I should wait 48 hrs and check the information again on my charge, at which time it would have the correct phone number and complete information for the seller. I am thinking I will cancel my card and tell them not to process any more charges on that card number, even though it's a check card and the account would still be open...it would be a different card number. The bank rep said one option is to have a separate account simply for online purchases, and just transfer enough for my purchase each time. I will do that as soon as I can scrape together the $100 min fee for opening a new account. I'm broke! That's why I was interested in how to make money with google! I see now that those (desperate) people are the ones on which these bottom-dwellers prey.

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  • Gl
    Glovw Jan 13, 2009

    Hi,
    Just wanted to submit some info related to your subject and how I cancelled my account with “Earn Google Cash”

    My advice, don't procrastinate or you'll have to take a longer route to cancel. Don't blast the operator; she's just doing her ### job! We’ve been there… remember… this is why we are looking for online work...to quit our lousy JOBs.

    OK, enough said, politely say I would like to cancel my account with ...give them your name and Order ID and if you didn't get confirmation email (like me) give them your email that you used and prepare to give them your address etc... You used at time of signup.

    To Cancel All 3: within 7 day free trial or (get your confirmation email you may not of received) call [protected]
    -ask for a confirmation of cancellation Number# they will not email this so write it down note your time, date and record it, if need be. (Watch your credit for future charges)

    OR call here to cancel each one.
    7 day trial
    EarnCashFastWithGoogle.com
    For information on how to cancel call [protected]

    14 day trial
    FraudProtectionResources.com
    Cancellation Number: [protected]

    21 day trial
    PreventMyIDTheft.com
    Cancellation Number: [protected]

    BTW: the real Google does not sponsor, endorse, and is no way affiliated with Earn Google Cash or that promotion.

    For those that didn’t get a chance to read the offer because you were caught in the moment, here it is:

    Offer Details: Simply click "Submit" to the right to activate your trial membership with Earn Google Cash and have instructions to start earning cash with Google! To activate your trial membership to Earn Google Cash you will be charged a $1.00 refundable processing fee and then you can immediately take advantage of the exciting savings Earn Google Cash has to offer! After your 7-day trial period it’s just $29.95 per month for Earn Google Cash. Remember, you can chat with live operator by calling [protected] within the first 7 days to cancel, and you will not be charged. To ensure continuous service, at the end of your trial period your membership will be automatically charged each month at the then-current membership fee on or about that same date to the credit card you provide today. If for any reason you are dissatisfied, chat with a live operator, and you'll no longer be charged. You have also unlocked a fourteen-day trial and twenty one-day trial to the Fraud Protection Resource Center and Identity Theft Protection for just $4.95 and $9.95 a month thereafter (shows as "FraudProtection" and "IdentitySecurity") should you choose not to cancel. Prior charges for bonus are non-refundable and a monthly $1 transaction fee applies to each but subscription can be cancelled and future charges stopped at any time by calling toll-free [protected] and [protected].

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  • Gl
    Glovw Jan 13, 2009

    this one is for "spookie" in referance to { Hey everyone, do any of you know where everyone is getting the template for the websites in this program like www.johnsmoneyblog.com? Multiple sites are using the same template and they are using a copyrighted photo of my wife and I in front of the Eiffel Tower.

    I've been working with my lawyer to serve all the hosting providers with DMCA notices, but it would be better to just go after whoever is distributing the template.

    Thanks for any help. }

    I found some of this related to your question:

    http://www.earncashfastwithgoogle.com/affiliate.html
    &
    http://www.earncashfromgrants.com/affiliate.html

    both use the same phone number [protected]
    maybe they can help you with your problem


    http://www.johnsmoneyblog.com/
    I tried this, I knock off "Blog" and it
    seems to be a Midphase Domain account holder
    http://esc176.midphase.com/suspended.page/

    also found this behind the "johnsmoneyblog" page
    http://rtracking.com/tracking202/static/landing.php?lpip=31552
    his affiliate#s 31552
    another here
    http://www.earncashfromgrants.com/?adid=1933&affid=3107

    if you slide over his ad you see this come up
    http://www.johnsmoneyblog.com/links/offer4.php
    no doubt hop links

    I did a little experiment of my own to see what else comes up
    ...
    This one
    http://www.johnsmoneyblog.com/links/offer2.php
    hopped to
    https://ssl.encryptedprocessing.com/~granted/index.php?refer=b3&pubid=&subid=

    this one
    http://www.johnsmoneyblog.com/links/offer3.php
    hopped to
    http://www.dtv4pc.net/mktlv/long/main_nflf/se/index.html

    anyway you get the idea
    mmmmm he's a busy affiliate and seem to know how to do it too
    just have to read between the lines ;-) and behind the websites

    that last link looked interesting, even to me...I may check that one out!

    not sure if any of this will help you track down your photo, but hope it leads you someplace.

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  • Ch
    cheryl langman Jan 22, 2009

    can anyone give me a phone number I can call from Australia to cancell I cant get through on this number
    please...

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  • Di
    Diane Andresen Jan 26, 2009

    I signed up for Earn Fas Cash with Google. After reviewing the details, I've wanted to cancel. I tried the phone # for cancellation, but it directs to this website for online live help. It doesn't exist. I want my membership cancelled and reimbursement to my bank acct.

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  • Da
    dani Jan 26, 2009
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    The internet is full of gullable folks and congratulations! You just became one of them. No wonder my spambox is so full. The internet scammers know that people like you are stupid enough to hand over your credit card information without reasearching companies for legitimacy. STOPPIT!!!

    Alert your Credit Card company to the fraud and have them close out the card number and issue a new one.

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  • Li
    Lisa Jan 29, 2009

    I signed up for the "free" start-up kit, and was charged the $1.00 shipping fee. It has been a few weeks and I still have not received the free kit, however, Google did take it upon themselves to pull another 39.00 off my credit card for a kit I STILL have not received. This is a scam. I'm trying to cancel my subscription, but if I have no luck, I will have to cancel my credit card instead.

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  • Ga
    garfieldgurl Jan 29, 2009
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    I just found out about this stuff on a Facebook link. I read the story of how that guy Kevin did this and how he's making tons of money. So the first thing they wanted me to do was to click on the link EarnFastCashwithGoogle.com. Instead of clicking it, I input the address in the address bar and found nothing. I even googled it, and that's how I found out about this website. Apparently it's a hoax.

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  • Ca
    Call me Ronnie Jan 30, 2009

    If you could make money online, then... GEEEEZZ!!! DON'T FALL FOR IT!

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  • Pr
    PrivacyManagement Jan 31, 2009

    OK folks... I did a bit of research before initiating a purchase for the Google Cash program (my charge for $1.00 got hung up because my CC billing address did not match my ship-to address... and their website doesn't have a way to handle it. (OK... enough about that... bottom line... I didn't make a purchase ... and the following info is why you shouldn't either)
    You can do this research too... but here are the results for a Google search on "Kevin Hoeffer"... at least one of the guys promoting this SHAM.

    Here's what you'll find if you go to any of these following websites:
    richstudent.net
    kevingotcash.com
    KevinGetsTheGreen.com
    kevingotgreen.com
    kevingothisgreen.com
    and so on... and so on... just Google "Kevin Hoeffer" to find many more... and look at the photos... where did they get these... they don't even match!!!

    It's a bunch of affiliate sites who are NOT this kevin dude... trying to funnel you into this Google cash thing... which is working to make money on the same principle that they produce rebates... they expect that people WILL miss the deadlines... and therefore forfeit their contracted monies.
    All the products are phony scams... that if you looked into the value... you would be SERIOUSLY OVERPAYING... or could get for free if you looked at your library.
    I question the validity of their even offering a valid "Google" product... as it just looks like they are leading with the Google name to attract you into submitting to a monthly charge for worthless goods.

    Domain Name: RICHSTUDENT.NET
    Created on: [protected]:35:18 GMT
    Administrative Contact:
    HostMonster.Com INC
    1215 Research Way Suite Q3500
    Orem, Utah 84097
    Phone: +1.[protected]
    Fax..: +1.[protected]
    Email: [protected]@hostmonster.com

    Domain Name: KEVINGOTCASH.COM
    Created on: [protected]:08:41.0
    Administrative Contact:
    Moniker Privacy Services
    20 SW 27th Ave., Suite 201
    Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    Phone: +1.[protected]
    Fax: +1.[protected]
    KEVINGOTCASH.[protected]@domainservice.com

    Domain Name: KEVINGETSTHEGREEN.COM
    Created on: 05-Dec-08
    Administrative Contact:
    Luv, Kale
    1123 S Imo
    Spokane, Washington 99212
    United States
    [protected]
    [protected]@gmail.com

    Domain Name: KEVINGOTGREEN.COM
    Created on: [protected]:33:26.0
    Administrative Contact:
    Moniker Privacy Services
    20 SW 27th Ave., Suite 201
    Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    Phone: +1.[protected]
    Fax: +1.[protected]
    KEVINGOTGREEN.[protected]@domainservice.com

    Domain name: KEVINGOTHISGREEN.COM
    Creation date: 05 Jan 2009 06:59:29
    Administrative Contact:
    WhoisGuard
    8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 - 732
    Westchester, CA 90045
    Phone: +1.[protected]
    Fax: +1.[protected]
    WhoisGuard Protected (510d6c9edecd4c159a94c05b9083e533.[protected]@whoisguard.com)

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  • Mi
    mike Feb 01, 2009
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    Thank-you so much for placing your complaints and advice here. I am soooo very glad I was able to read this before jumping in nead first. Just so you know, what you went through made the difference for me. My thanks.

    ~mike

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  • Sa
    Sarah Harper Feb 01, 2009

    Can someone please help. I'm trying to call the above numbers as listed by Glovw, thankyou, but I'm calling from Australia and I think the numbers listed are toll free within the US. Does anyone know of a number I would be able to call from Oz? My e-mail [protected]@hotmail.com.

    Thanks
    Sarah

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  • Jo
    Joe Jock Feb 03, 2009

    Can someone please explain what the program is about? What are they asking you to do, that you are asking for your money back? What's the problem here? Everyone says they reviewed the documentation and now want a refund, but no one is saying WHY? A little help here... Thanks! Curious in Austin

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  • Ko
    kosi Feb 03, 2009

    Phone: +[protected] or follow the link again, then try to find "contact us" in small print as usual, it should be right at the bottom of the page where they first ask you for any details.. You should be able to click on "contact us" and then it should open a page with the contact number.

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  • Du
    dunkir Feb 05, 2009

    cheryl, did you get through? i added 0011 to edigero3's number posted above, so [protected], and got through pretty quickly to a real person who looked up the card number and *hopefully* cancelled my subscription, including giving me a reference number for the phone call (charged at international rates, of course!). i had exactly the same situation as Lisa - $1 initially then 7 days later $46.37 (allowing for changing exchange rate i suppose) which i had not authorised except that when i went back to the main website there was that box of fine print right at the bottom of the huge long page which said it would be charged monthly automatically. can't believe i didn't read that bit. can't believe i was so stupid as to get suckered into this scam. SOOOO glad i actually checked my credit card statement and followed this up. could have cost a fortune. i just hope it really has cancelled otherwise i'll have to cancel the credit card... DON'T DO IT!!!

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  • Du
    dunkir Feb 05, 2009

    did anyone also get billed for the fraud protection and identity theft protection "bonus offers" that were mentioned in the email? i didn't activate anything but then maybe it was just an automatic thing as well...

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  • El
    Elliot Feb 10, 2009

    This damn scam got quite a few of us I see. I noticed it said they would no longer ship out on the 27th, I assume thats when the fake site was closed down. Guess I should have been wiser then to just click the link. Ive tried calling some of the numbers you guys have posted, but no luck. Guess I'll keep on trying. Good luck to the rest of you. BTW, I was referenced from this site: http://jamesgotgreen.com/ ... now the link takes me to some Google Money Tree bull that charges $72 a month and shipping is $3. Of course they don't tell you about it unless you read the fine, faded, faint, chicken scratch print. But ah well, I'm switching banks anyways and canceling this card so I guess it's all good.

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  • El
    Elliot Feb 10, 2009

    btw dunkir, I did get some stupid offers. I personally don't give a rat's ### about these so lookie;

    Fraud Protection Resources
    Member Login: http://www.FraudProtectionResources.com
    Username: somethinggay
    Password: somethinggay



    Identity Theft Protection
    Member Login: http://www.PreventMyIDTheft.com
    Username: somethinggay
    Password: somethinggay

    my advice is don't bother with those links.

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  • Ma
    mandi Feb 11, 2009

    Ok I ordered the Earn Fast Cash With Google, thaught it was a simple transaction although it wasnt I never recieved my google kit and the links that they say to click on to get All of the information needed to get started dont even work so then i start too get worried realising that they had already taking $30 out of my account and i havent even been able to make a cent due to the internet site not Even working.

    So I have sent them an email saying I want my account to cancelled and that i want my money back I havent heard from the google site at all beginning to get really worried, dont know what else to do!! Can anyone help me ???

    I thaught the site had to be legit because it is Google but obviously I was wrong!!! So Angry

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  • Jl
    jlw1980 Feb 11, 2009

    I was linked to www.richstudent.net ("Kevin Hoeffer") from Facebook. I thought, "Well, it's just a buck so even if it's a scam it's no big deal, and maybe I'll earn a few extra bucks." Then the little mantra, "If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is" entered my head. I decided to Google it (haha, irony!) and see if this was legit. I'm IMMENSELY THANKFUL that I checked this out and didn't buy into their scam. Thank goodness for a little common sense that came to my rescue at the last second! I'm so sorry that some of you lost money to these ###! They should go to jail for theft.

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    Tom T. Feb 12, 2009
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    How can these people sleep at night, especially Danny Goldberg (probably not real name) who starts out by saying "Its simply not fair" He's right it's not fair. I'm glad my wife checked with me before trying this. These horrible people prey upon needy people who can least afford being ripped off. Stay away!!! They're ###!!!

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  • Ps
    ps3pro Feb 12, 2009

    Facebook and myspace should be ashamed . I have written to them with no response . These ads are getting worse and appear on my page everytime . The people involved are ripping off the public. There should be a stop to this...Google do not pay out anything . Why is nothing being done ????????????

    Thamks and kind regards from the staff at http://ps3pro.co.uk

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  • Ba
    barlow Feb 13, 2009

    I saw those Kevin Hoeffer links on Facebook with those get rich schemes. What tipped me off that something was weird was getting 3 links on the same facebook page that went to three different Kevin Hoeffer sites, with three different people pictured as Kevin Hoeffer, with three completely different stories. Is Kevin Hoeffer even real?

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  • Jo
    Joel Feb 13, 2009

    EarnCashWithGoogle.com, , , , , , Sounded like a money maker, but in reality, it was a Pack of Lies and another sucker was hooked on this Line. I agreed to the purchase of 7-Day Free Trial for $1.00 and nothing else, but reveiwing my account reflected the $1.00 then another charge for $0.01 that same day, has anyone had this happen to them ? Does this also mean a possiblity of a charge of $18.99, Note the charge of $0.01 is small, But its the Idea of someone coming to your home and STEALING...I want my penny back !!

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  • Ma
    marshallp3 Feb 14, 2009

    i just bought this earm cash fast with google. and it was only a dollor so i thought it seemed like a good deal. but when i waited to recieve my confirmation e-mail i didnt get it. that when i started to wander if this whole thing is a scam. after reading everyones comments, i really hope they dont scam me. I CANT AFFORD IT!!!

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