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eznetincome.com — emillionaire/googlecash scam

I was foolish in giving my credit card info to the above so called businesses eznetincome and emillionaire...

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eznetincome.commoney obtained fraudulently

claims to sell you a pack of information to enable you to work for google posting links for a good wage in return you are asked to pay just $1.95 for further information but once paid you are directed to another page asking you to pay a further $165+ also after you've already submited your personal home address and telephone no and your payment details if you read the terms and conditions - which are almost invisible you then find out if you dont cancel within 10 days your bank/credit card will be charged an additional $47.00 every month.
also once you paid your $1.95 you are sent to a gage where you are then told you can only ever veiw once and once only
i have tried the phone no provided to cance this scam but as i suspected there is nobody answering
i found this scam on facebook, theres a guy on there with loads of threads all praising this scam.

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    • Ch
      Chuck Turner May 09, 2009

      EZ Net Income is just emillionnaire scam under another name:

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

      So contact him direct for a refund:

      Brock Felt.
      Telephone number: [protected]

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

      Email address: [email protected]

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

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

      Another email to try, I found it at:
      http://successisavision.blogspot.com/2009/04/emillionare-scam-brock-felt-owner.html

      [email protected] (Customer Care Specialist) and
      [email protected] (Company Owner)

      Phone: [protected]

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      Ivy1man Mar 11, 2009

      I decided to look for a "legit" source of extra income; however, I can't physically go to another job due to working full-time and going to school full-time and having two children. I ordered this just Sunday night trusting the site I found stating that this was one of two sites this guy tried and they worked. BTW that site praising this eznetincome thing is http://workfromhomescams.net/ and, the praiser is a "Michael Taylor" (probably the eznetincome owner!) An inner voice said to look further and, sure enough, I've found numerous complaints! I just called and cancelled my card, the only thing they'll get is the $1.95 and, maybe not since my card hadn't been charged as of yet. This is an eternal lesson learned. I'll just find a weekend gig or something until I graduate pharmacy school!

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      Robert Mar 06, 2009

      just came across www.roberts.com from a link on a yahoo business page sponsored link.
      sounded too good to be true, but thought it could be related to Google, so wanted to read more about it. Google search didn't return anything, but a search for EZNetincome brought up numerous links about a scam.

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      Mentality Mar 04, 2009

      Similar ad's keep appearing on Facebook, people in financial hardship are going to see this as a solution to all there problems, they will be panicking and in such a state they will fall for this if they are not especially if not (not to sound harsh) very educated about the many scams that go around the internet. I personally did not fall for this, and smelt a rat right away, but some people might not be so vigilant. Facebook needs to get these off, and the people pulling these scams need to be tracked down and prosecuted.

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      Jellie Mar 03, 2009

      CANCEL YOUR CARD STRAIGHT AWAY, Then get yourself a new one

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      natasha Mar 03, 2009

      Hi.. ive just gone and done the same! i have been foolish to enter my card details thinking this would help me make a lot of money!

      i havent been charged yet but i guess i will be soon.. how do i go about cancelling??? can any one help me please? : s

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      nilu9999 Feb 27, 2009

      thanks thought so easy money not possible otherwise everyone wud sit at home, but am glad atleast my brain told me to do a search n see what is it...

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      Supergrrrl Feb 25, 2009

      The addresses keep changing for eznetincome each time I get another email from them to work from home using google, today they are listed at; 601 cleavland street suite 620, Clearwater Florida 33755. Interesting.

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