- Report: #474165
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Complaint Review: Google Profits
Google Profitshttp://www.newyorkgazettenews.com/GoogleProfits.php?t=6341130 Internet U.S.A.
Google Profits Money making program promises the tools to start your own business Internet *NOTICE..!! this ripoff has nothing to do with Google search engine - many rip-off businesses use the Google name to fool consumers.
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They fail to make this clear when you order the CD and I know I must be stupid because most terms and conditions are written in such legal language that it is difficult to understand. I even got a call from them several times trying to get me to join more trials and I told them I was not interested since it wasn't the type of program I was looking for.
I still got charged and they say they will not refund the money. I still have yet to receive the CD and have no way to access my "account" with them online since I didn't receive login information. Another total scam that was recently mentioned in the NY Times gazette, do not fall for it, at $47-87 a pop, they are making a good profit off of us.
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