*NOTICE..!! this ripoff has nothing to do with Google search engine - many rip-off businesses use the Google name to fool consumers.
I Found this site via TMZ website. I read about this lady in La Jolla, CA and that she made a lot of money by just posting links given to her by Google called "Google Home Income." It states that you will be charged only $1.97 (I got $2.98 on my bank acct) then the receipt via email states that I have 7 days to cancel or I will be billed $74.98 a month for the monthly subscription. I also got this email from "The Expense Tracker" <email@example.com> in which they are telling me via email that they will bill me $19.97 per month. Read the email they sent me below. Dear xxxxxx,
The Expense Tracker, a fun and ridiculously easy-to-use money tracking system, can be your secret to enjoying more financial freedom than you ever thought possible.The Expense Tracker can find you up to $200 - $500 a month or more. Along with assisting you with budgeting, The Expense Tracker will also help you maximize your tax deductions in an easy to read report. To get started, please click the link below and enter your user name and password (provided below):
As a free bonus, you are also pre-approved for a debit card that you can use to track your expenses. Please see your login area for details.
Visit us at www.theexpensetracker.com to see The Expense Tracker in the news and for any updated information and webinars. We look forward to helping you maximize your earning potential. Give yourself a raise with the power of The Expense Tracker.
After your trial period, the following will appear on your credit card statement:
Following your free trial period, you will be billed $19.97 monthly until cancelled. To cancel at any time, call customer support at 888-397-8722.
Sincerely, The Expense Tracker Team (888) 397-8722 firstname.lastname@example.org So I called my bank and took the other's advise. I cancelled my debit card # but not my bank account. Just the 16 digits I've used. I did lose the $2.98, but that's ok! I shouldn've know better. I got this thing telling me. I should've listened. My bank was quick enough to understand my problem. I hope you read this before jumping into this scam.