The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Google Income/E Millionaire Scam — Scam/Fraud
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
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.