My horrible experience!
This spring I signed up for Google Ads. I agreed to a $300 a month limit. Everything seemed ok for three months.
Then BAM! I checked my American Express statement on line. WOW! Google billed me for over $2, 000.00 within about 15 days. I immediately contacted American Express and put a permanent STOP Order on Google.
When I contacted Google the rep said that I had started a new campaign with a $300.00 dollar a day limit.
Yep, that's $9, 000.00 a month. I am retired and have a small company part time. My Social Security is $1, 100 a month.
I have sent Many certified letters to both American Express and Google. All responses have been lame, incomplete and do not address my inquiry of OVERCHARGING me. I have recently had a meeting with my counties Small Claims Court. They have agreed to allow me to file a law suit. I will be following my courts procedures. My personal cell phone is 314.581.0514 ask for Alan. p.s. This reminds me of how Wells Fargo entered thousands of illegal accounts into their system by means of their employees being promoted to engage in the illegal activity.
The Ads by Google are scamming us into authorizing a $1 charge to the credit card where over 30 days later the charges keep coming up (but from different companies associated with Google) and are a lot more than $1. They had me for a moment because I would buy anything for a $1 (but online...it is a lot different). So...buyer beware! A $1 is not actual in the virtual world. Cash and carry from now on. Good lord Google...are you that desperate? As for the Ads on this page itself, they are just as guilty! Especially the Identity Theft Protection! Yea you. Strike 3 and you are out!