Report: #484268

Complaint Review: Google biz kit

  • Submitted: Sun, August 23, 2009
  • Updated: Mon, August 24, 2009
  • Reported By: Richard — citrus heights California USA
  • Google biz kit

    United States of America

Google biz kit google money masters google biz kit internet get rich schemes Internet*NOTICE..!! this ripoff has nothing to do with Google search engine - many rip-off businesses use the Google name to fool consumers.

* : Same crap, different wrapper...

* : Watch for fake blogging

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Google biz kit appears to be the same type set up as google money masters, with the same type pop up advertising.  They say they will only charge a very small shipping and handling fee but somewhere or it maybe it might be listed is where they start pulling all kinds of money from your account.  When you give you credit card/bank card to someone, you open the door to your account and you may not get your money back.  If you have been rip off, you might want to close your account and not rely on some 800 number that may not be there the next day.  Don't forget the golden rule, if it appear to good to be true
Is this Ripoff Report About you?
Ripoff Report A business' first line of defense on the Internet.
If your business is willing to make a commitment to customer satisfaction Click here now..

Does your business have a bad reputation? Fix it the right way. Corporate Advocacy Program™

Set the record straight: Arbitration Program

SEO Reputation Management at its best!

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/23/2009 01:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year. Ripoff Report has an exclusive license to this report. It may not be copied without the written permission of Ripoff Report. READ: Foreign websites steal our content

Search for additional reports

If you would like to see more Rip-off Reports on this company/individual, search here:

Report & Rebuttal
Respond to this report!
Also a victim?
Repair Your Reputation!

Updates & Rebuttals



Same crap, different wrapper...

AUTHOR: ReactorCore - (Canada)

Just do a search on ROR for "Grant Masters" or any other "grant finding" operation offering a program to get grants for just $1.95 or so. Compare that operation to the one you fell for.

Look familiar?

The program's the same when it comes to the advertising, presentation and (most important) how they charge and what they charge for.

If you really want an education in slick rip offs, go back to the site that fleeced you, scroll to the bottom of the first page of the site and look for a link called "terms". Read them.

Once the ice that formed in your guts thaws a little after reading that, go to any "Grant Masters" style site and do the same thing.

Again... Look familiar?

They're all the same crap, the only difference of which is to appeal to different demographics who want to make money the "easy" way ("free" grants, work at home, Google). They hope and depend on you being blinded enough by that cheap, cheap price not to nose around too much. that link to the "terms" is pretty small, isn't it? And at the bottom of the page too. A very long page.

Again, it's a case of knowing when something sounds too good to be true. If you stop and think for a second, you'll come to realize that $1.95 isn't even going to begin to cover a company's overhead for an operation like this. No company survives in charging just postage. There's always something more.

You thought you were getting a $1.95 promo CD or just basic info... I'll bet, if I looked at those terms, I'd see you signed up for about 3 services total, each one hitting your bank account monthly and that monthly total coming to about $120, give or take.

Plus, to get out of it all, you have to call each entity involved separately too. good luck on getting through on the phone to at least one of them (or more).

At the very least, this could be looked at as bait & switch or deceptive business practice.
Respond to this report!


Watch for fake blogging

AUTHOR: Richard - (U.S.A.)

Watch out for fake blogging, these can happen on well known sites.  They can look like someone asking a question about looking for a great way to make money money online then you will see responses like "I made so much money with that system and just click on this link".  Or they will post ads that look like newspapers that might even have your hometown name in there that might even have fake blogs with will known companys names listed on it.  This is well known trick.  I have even seen these type of scams talk about how to avoid scams.  Also just because they have a 1 800 number, this really means nothing because these numbers are a dime a dozen and can be changed in the blink of an eye.  Avoiding these scams is much easier then trying to get your money back.
Respond to this report!
Ripoff Report Recommends
ZipBooks Accounting Software

Advertisers above have met our
strict standards for business conduct.