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Scammers get sued by Google

By Kassandra Garcia     Dec 8, 2009 in Internet
Today Pacific WebWorks and other Internet companies get sued by Google for using the logo to promote Web-based scams. Thousands have been affected.
CNN Money reported this morning that Google, major search engine company, filed law-suites against multiple home-based, money making companies. A Google blog post on Tuesday read: "Thousands of people have been tricked into sending payment information and being charged hidden fees by questionable operations."
The scams are being used gain access to personal information of "customers." By signing up for one of these schemes you are giving your name and credit card information. After that initial set-up, you would be charged an regular month fee that you would not be told about. The fees are non-refundable. People who have been duped by such companies should cancel any payments to them by calling their credit card company. Also notifying your bank to ensure that no re-occurring charges are placed.
The ads you see for "Making Money with Google," "Use Google to make 1000s of Dollars!" and others are fraudulent. Google has stated that they neither endorse nor created these ads.
Copywrite infringement is an illegal practice that has been causing thousands of people to lose money.
Other Google related scams to avoid are but not limited to: Google Adwork, Google ATM, Google Biz Kit, Google Cash, Earn Google Cash Kit, Google Fortune, Google Marketing Kit, Google Profits, The Home Business Kit for Google, Google StartUp Kit, and Google Works.
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