I wish I had seen all these complaints before I tried Google Tree. Same song next verse. I wanted the "free" information, agreed to pay $3.88. I never received the email or the package then I got hit with over $72.00. They won't refund it. We need someone to help us take action. This isn't a fluke, this is a SCAM. It should be illegal.
Is google cash a scam? Yes it definitely is, google cash scams have existed for some time. The google cash scam is the newest addition to a long list of scams and is appearing all over the internet. They go by several different names such as google cash scam, googlecash, google money tree scam, google kit scam, make money with google and the list continues. So i am sure a lot of you out there are wondering how to make money with google and if it is possible. Well the short answer to that is yes it is very possible, that is if you are devoted into to putting the time and effort in to make money with google.
Do not give a penny to programs offering to make you money with google not even shipping.
Visit http: / / www. Google - cash - scam.com to learn how they scam, watch videos that expose their websites and learn the process to making money with google.
These people scammed me to. They are piggy backing on googles name. I called [protected] and recieved some reimbursment but not for all I was charged for. When you do call demand to speak to a supervisor, don't back down till you get some compensation, make sure they give you a confirmation #, and tell them that you are reporting any other charges by them as fraudulent to your bank if it is more than what they offered you back. They will send an e-mail to your bulk account so watch for it. Print it or save it to a word format to make copies if needed for dispute in future. They have several websites to lure you in to the same scam. I just found one to day. It is educationclicks.net. Don't fall for it. If you are looking for additional info and complaints about this issue check out workathometruth.com. You will be astounded as to how many people in the U.S. and abroad have been scammed; all the way to New Zealand. It is really crazy!
Solution to get your money back! If you have (Like me) neen scanked by these... People, with the google...
I never entered a search for this company, never ordered info. A charge of $72.21 just showed up deducted from my bank account. This is very scary!! I never gave them any of my banking info!!! I am very disappointed in google for letting this occur. I thought they had more scruples.
I cancelled my debit card immediately and filing a fraudulent disput claim. But I have to persoanlly make a trip to the bank which is over 45 minutes away and I am handicapped, making the effort difficult.
To whom this may concern; Dear Sir or Madam; I"m writting this complaint about this companys practice...
I just received a pending charge of 72.21 on my debit card from google chest after receiving a 3.88 charge 8...
i also looked at this scam, but at the point i would have had to give my card info, I bailed. Then they started calling, wondering why I hadn't finished signing up. After they called from one NJ number several times and were told I was'nt interested 3 separate times, we call blocked the number. within days they were calling from another NJ number, and again after several more calls, we blocked that number as well. Don't even look at this, my friends!
I signed up to get a kit for a $1.00 but when I got my statement the $1.00 was taken out along with $29.95 for the same kit, $4.95 for securty and I just got my next statement and another $29.95 was taken out. I want my money back ASAP. I already emailled once before with no success but I am tired of you repeating yourself. I have a family to support and you do not help. I never did recieve any kind of kit from Google. I suggest you return the money or I will have to take furthere action for your false adveritsement.
$1.00?? One dollar, the Google success kit advertises they can help you make thousands even tens of thousand...
Do not partake in the "google success kit" scam I am searching for a job. I search the illinois state job...
I signed up for the Google Success Kit for a one off charge of US$1 on Jan 2nd 09, along with this subscription I apparently received 'Free Bonus Memberships' to 'Fraud Protection Resources ' and 'Identity Theft Protection'...
Since then my VISA has been charged as follows
1/12/09 US$29.95 Google Success Kit
1/16/09 US$ 4.95 Fraud Protection
1/23/09 US$ 9.95 Identity Security
On top of these charges I have also been charged an International Transaction Fee of approx 3% on each purchase aswell.
After speaking via email to another person who was caught up in the same scam, I realize that the Complaints Board may be able to help me with this situation in recovering unauthorized charges made by this company ... Regards Matt Reeves
Well I just got off the phone with my bank filing fraudulant activity. I can see many others here are having this same problem with an unauthorized transaction of $72.21. After seeing all the other complaints, I will not bother with who ever this "Google Treasure Chest" is. The bank will handle these low lifes and I have my money back. Don't bother contacting these scammers, just close your card and alert your bank that it was fraud. Save yourselves from any extra aggravation. These people obviously do this for a living... and yet somehow, are still able to be at peace with themselves enough to fall asleep at night.
Now that's ###.
This site offers a free trial to earn money by posting links on www.google.com. It tells you that if you do...
People, people, people! I have nothing to do with Google Money Tree but was interested in joining so I did a little research to make sure it wasn't a scam. Before doing so I did read the "Terms and Conditions" of the program. It says right in the second paragraph that they will charge you $72.21 if you do not CALL the number to cancel within 7 days of signing up. You have to call the number it is the only way to stop the non-refundable charge. The number for customer service is right at the bottom of the "Terms and Conditions". The number for all of you that failed to read is ****[protected]****. It is a valid number for canceling the Google Money Tree membership, I called to verify. They are a general "Customer Service" call center which handle the customer service calls for many different companies but I did verify with them that this is the number I call in order to cancel my membership with Google Money Tree.
I still didn't find what I was looking for and that is if the content is worth the money. All I found was people who failed to follow through with due diligence and read the fine print. You have to cover you but! No one else will
I signed up for a free kit to work at home for $3.99 shipping. I immediatly turned around and click "cancel subscription", having changed my mind because I decided to investigate further. I put my info in the subsequent e-mail box and the response that appeared immediately was that mu input had been received and to pease note that it would take 10 days to process my cancellation. I immediately e-mailed again that I did not wish my card to be charged for anything at all and to reply on this. No reply was forthcoming. I called their phone number and the same recording is always on. I then called my bank to make an automatic deposit only to discover that my account was overdrawn by 79+ dollars because of 3.99 to google tree and 75 to google treasure chest. Now I can not find a site for google money tree nor google treasure chest and my bank is investigating. My bank says if they are unable to gather info I then have to place a formal complaint and they will decide on the matter in 90 days at the earliest. The gentleman I spoke to said he had heard of several sacams under the name google and handled a couple himself but had never heard of treasure chest yet. Isn't this illegal and who is doing anything about it? Pleae contact me and tell me if there is anything I can do.
my e-mail is [protected]@aol.com
Maria A. Lopez
dear sirs i signed up at the cost of $1.00 now i've been charged more ?i did not sign up for more money...
Looking back on my web pages that i have saved on my computer. I guess, I had Google Tree send me a CD that I guess tells you about doing surveys online and getting paid for. I just got the CD last week. Number 1 the CD does not even work on my computer. Number 2, I went to buy something today, at a store and my card was declined. I thought, well thats impossible. So we ran my card through again. Same thing. So I then immediately went to my back. They looked in to my transactions, and I guess my bank put an alert on my account for $72.21 that was charged in Nevada. They thought it seemed weird, so thats why. They just had my old phone number, so thats why they could not get ahold of me. So my bank showed that $72.21 was with-drawled from my account on 1/4/09. So, I didn't have my Cd yet at that date, and I never agreed to pay that amount. So my debit card has been trashed. They are sending me a new one with a new number. When I called the Google Tree customer service, I had told the lady that I never agreed to pay that and I wanted a refund. She said that she could not, because the payment already went through. So now my bank is disputing it. The Google Tree lady gave me a conformation number to say that I decline all transactions, But she said that she can not email, or even mail me a letter.
I gave my information for a shipping charge only. When the told me there was a 7 day grab back i asked for the number and called it as soon as we hung up so i would never be charged. They charged me three months worth at $71. 40 before i realized the line on the credit card invoice was not something else i was working with. I called them and they explained the process. I agreed with the woman that i understood the process however i cancelled the service on the day i ordered the cd. Since i did not received the cd until i gave them notice to quite i am now aware that this is a total out and out scam. Do not talk to anyone offering "work at home and make thousands each year". Many newly unemployed individuals are seeking reliable and honest employers who want to hire "at home" talent. Any ad that comes to your e - mailbox offering profits that sound too good to be true are suspicious. . . Especially these worms!!!
The company has posted an ad on the website about making money working from home. They advertise it as being absolutely free execpt a $ 3.88 shipping charges for the materail on disk. I placed an order on January 2, 2009 at 5:00 PM. On January 9, 2009, I happened to check my On Line statement from my bank and to my surprise I found 3 charges for $ 72.21 which is in pending status and found 3 charges in the amount of $ 3.88 processsed for payment on January 5, 2009. I tried calling them but they had a wrong number posted with their charge of $ 72.21 but on further investigation I found their number [protected]. I talked with the customer service named Joe, who after a brief discussion and arguments stated that they had made a mistake of overcharging me and would make a request for refund for 2 payments of $ 72.21 and 2 charges of $ 3.88 but he could not refund the third charge. I requested that I talk to hia manager and he stated the managers are not wiling to talk to consumers. He stated that there is no free product and the cancellation terms in fine print states that orders have to be cancelled with 7 days. I have neither received a product nor an invoice or a phone number that I could use to request cancellation. The company is a total fraud.
I called Google customer service to comlain to them about this fraud and I was informed that Google had no connection with this organization. They have received sveral complaints abou them and that if I would browse the web I will see several complaints filed aginst them.. This organization needs to be reported to the Nevada Better Business Bureau and State attorney general to ensure that all victims be refunded their money. I have informed my bank and they will do the needful to protect my business rights. I have also decided to go to small claims court in Los Angeles and file a suit and sue them for damages