Tuesday, December 11, 2007

honest review - The Google Assassin. Scam or Not?

what is The Google Pay Day?Just another Scam?
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51 comments:

bitshifter said...

Sounds like a scam to me. Note, the poster doesn't know English very well...

Barbara said...

I am so tired of getting into these on line marketing schemes. Signed up today but still not sure what I am selling and how. The google name gives it some legitimacy but there is so much corporate trickery these days; I will try it for 6 free days, but I also don't like the offers that were hidden in the offer that now I have to cancel before I forget and they debit my account! I am also concerned about the language skills of the poster, sounds like a gangster in Federal prison to me. Didn't any body edit this page?

Legend In Progress said...

I am 100% sure it is a scam. Sadly, there is always somebody out there trying to hustle people with the premise of making money quick. By default, I have never trusted people who can't spell basic words, or make good use of subject-verb agreement. This poster makes me weep for the public school system

J Brandon said...

Barbara, get out now. While technically not illegal, it is referred to as "electronic pickpocketing" because of its deceptive practices. First: Google Pay Day is in no way associated with Google, Inc., the owners of the web browser. Second: They use the fact that most people don't actually read what their agreeing to with the click through boxes when they want to get involved. It's simply a reinvented pyramid scheme that will probably be made illegal within the next few years, and you may already be able to be held civilly liable if you participate.
Remember, in the business world, if it says that it's easy to make money, it's either lying, or immoral.

northwest_angel said...

Just as with any kind of offer, you should do your back ground research BEFORE signing up and giving out your credit card information. Google Pay Day is in no way affiliated with Google.com. I would consider this offer legal trickery since technically it's not against the law.

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Friedman's Place said...

Me no think nice man Yoda be. I have a feeling one would be better off with the Nigerian lottery propositions.

robin said...

So Bottom line from those of you who have tried this google thing is it a scam or not?
I wish there was something real out there but I do feel they are all scams.

If anyone has done this and have made any mone please let me know!

thanks
Robin

nik said...

Robin said: "I wish there was something real out there but I do feel they are all scams."

There are legitimate income opportunities on the web using affiliate programs. For example, let's say you're a personal trainer. You can work a deal with an order-fulfillment company for nutritional supplements, and earn about a 15% commission on any orders that originate through your site. Let's say you have a blog about English grammar and usage (God knows some people on this blog need to visit such a site): you could affiliate with educational companies with relavent products and earn commissions. Those are legitimate opportunities. Google ad exchange, for example... legitimate. Paid reviews: legitimate, but not very lucrative (and risky if you're concerned about your reputation as a blogger). The bottom line is, anything that is legitimate is going to require research and work from you. TANSTAAFL: Still true in the Internet age.

nik said...

Robin said: "I wish there was something real out there but I do feel they are all scams."

There are legitimate income opportunities on the web using affiliate programs. For example, let's say you're a personal trainer. You can work a deal with an order-fulfillment company for nutritional supplements, and earn about a 15% commission on any orders that originate through your site. Let's say you have a blog about English grammar and usage (God knows some people on this blog need to visit such a site): you could affiliate with educational companies with relavent products and earn commissions. Those are legitimate opportunities. Google ad exchange, for example... legitimate. Paid reviews: legitimate, but not very lucrative (and risky if you're concerned about your reputation as a blogger). The bottom line is, anything that is legitimate is going to require research and work from you. TANSTAAFL: Still true in the Internet age.

Uneeqdreamz said...

Don’t believe these people, they are trying to get u. don’t say i didn’t warn u. If u fall into their trap, dats on u. They r trying to make u think that this thing is real, u know. I bet right now u r thinking, damn "this thing is not a scam, it actually works, ooh I’m going to try it too cos i need money" ha ha, that’s what they r trying to do to u, they start messing with your mind. All these people know each other they are in this scam together. They are posting comments about "money" they claim they made with this goggle shit, just to make u believe it. SO BEWARE. Let me leave u with something b4 I go. Where have you ever heard of people just sitting around not doing anything and getting free money? We all know that to make money (real honest and legal money) we have to work hard. If that was the case many people would have quit their jobs and joined this so called goggle pay day. I mean if people could make so much money without working, people would not waste their time waking up as early a 5am to go to work in order to provide for their families or to make a living. There would be no jobs today, people would just sit at home, click a few buttons on their computers and make money enough to take care of their families. People won’t go to school any more to purse a career, because there is a so called easy way to make money, please. But yet today we see soooo many people going to school, trying to make it in life, going to work to make it and provide for their families, and doing whatever it takes (legally) to survive like good honest people. Therefore, this Goggle shit is a SCAM. We have been cursed from the beginning of time if u read your Bible. In Genesis, after Adam and Eve disobeyed God, He cursed man; He said "in toil you shall eat, all the days of your life". Meaning you have to work hard (toil) to eat or survive. Please don’t fall into their trap, Go to school, work hard, graduate and get one or more degrees, get a job, climb the ladder, and reach the top (get promoted), start your own business/company, use your talent (sing, act, whatever God given gift u have and make money, give back and God will bless your hard work, and at least u can look back and know that u have worked hard in life to become successful and you'll be proud of your self, without looking back and feeling guilty. And guess what, your children will see your hard work and take after you and even do better than you did, (this is every parents prayer for their children) I know that there are a lot of people who would agree with me. I hope this helps. Peace out

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Chad said...

Just look at one of the sentences that the guy wrote - "I have learn The Google Pay Day System for a few day,But My Online business revenue is increase to double before, I honest said Google Pay Day is not a scam." he can not even write a correct sentence. now do you think that a professional would do this? You do the math. IT'S A SCAM!

jakeonfire said...

haha, math.

Scott said...

I was about to sign up, but I just got a notice that a Nigerian diplomat is sending me millions to help manage his estate, so I don't need to make money anymore! YES!!

cbalogh1008 said...

I just got an e-mail from this google pay day. I went to ripoffreport.com and there is a complaint and then I googled it and here I am. There is a tiny link at the bottom of the web page that says terms and conditions. I clicked on it and if you do decide to do this let me tell you that you have NO recourse when all of your money is gone. This is part of the disclaimer
"This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Belize , without regard to its conflict of laws rules. Any legal action arising out of this Agreement shall be litigated and enforced under the laws of Belize. In addition, you agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of Belize, and that any legal action pursued by you shall be within the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts Belize in Belize City, Belize. "
I bet the reason the person who had the original post had trouble with english is because they are not from America! What a surprise!

refdiva3479 said...

Lol never trust a bad speller! I'm sure Bill Gates' memos never read like this!

Danny said...

This semms like a scam to me, probably someone in a 3rd world country posting the review at the top. People should avoid this like the plague and also look out for anything like "prince abu in nigeria has died and is leaving his estate to you" or "need american to wire money to textile company overseas" these are all scams

Megan said...

for a year I sent my contact information the the nigerian or whomever barristers: I had a cut/paste of the local FBI Spec Agent. Don't know if it accomplished anything but it was fun thinking it might!

CHATIKOBO said...

Hey, Open your eyes! There is a company that calls itself "Google" and we all know about it. However Google, is also a public domain word that means extremely gigantic number.
So when someone says "Google" opportunity, it does not necessarily have anything to to with Google search engine.
Google is somewhat a defacto slang, the dejure name is GOOGOL meaning a high progresion of exponentiation, beginning with any numer to the power zero=1, thru the powers we know well like 2 (inary), 8 (Octal) 10 (decimal) ....Googol meaning the 100th power, therfore Googol would be 1 followed y 100 zeros! it gets bigger Googolplex would be 1 followed by a googol.
What is google then? same thing as mispelled by the world and accepted so it is the defacto googol. dejure=googol, defcto= google.
Example dejure "copying machine" defacto in the US anyway "xerox".
So these scammers could mean what they plan on making from you, or the number of people they plan on scamming throughout the life cycle of human life on planet earth.
If making money is your objective be wise scam and cheat the investors, join AIG, Citigroup or some other company and become a master scamer like some of the officers I know in those organizations, who made out with millions, some are even heading nks in Australia, some in UK, some work as "accomplished Ceo's, CIO's, CTO's.
The world is full of scamers, don't join them and be on the lookout. Now they have scammed the government! Bail Out for what? Let them ring the money back.
The best solution the government can do is reverse the Nixon dollar uncapping. Recap the dollar to gold or silver, and recal all ills printed before January 2009 "valueless, unless redeemed for the new ills to be printed in 2009, and re-issued for the next 5 years, else no value after that."
This my friend will fix our economy and will stop scamming.

get real said...

THIS IS NOT A SCAM...Give me a break. A scam means that someone misrepresented themselves to "get over" on another. With the use of a little common sense, you would have noticed on the first page of the GOOGLE PAY DAY promotion, there is a disclaimer. I took the liberty to copy and paste it here, for those who missed it----'Google does not sponsor, endorse, and is no way affiliated with Google Pay Day!™ or this promotion.'---There you have it. The company is CLEARLY telling you that " HEY, WE AREN'T THE GOOGLE YOU THINK"....So before you begin typing your shipping address and signing your life away for FREE SOFTWARE, take a little responsibilty for what you may be setting yourself up for. Remember, what seems to good to be true, probably is.

Robert said...

i agree this seems like a big wast of time, im glad i googled google payday before i did anything, the promise of easy money is alluring but you must carefully examine all thier material.... like many other "scams" they sign you up for other "scams" which you must remember to cancel before they charge you.... once you have givin them your cc number they have a certain power... the power to invent costs, if you dont copy everything in the terms and agreements whos is to say they will not change them at all? also be very aware that the company is in no way affiliated by google, they found a way to get away with putting it in thier name, now there may be easy money out there somewhere but it is not to be found on google payday.com, if there were such a site do you really think you would need software on a disk? it would be a simple download, THE DISK ELEMENT IS SIMPLY A WAY TO GET YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER beware.

zzzzzzz said...

ITS A SCAM JUST LIKE MCCAINT AND PALIN..HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Donovan said...

I really feel like its a scam, and that this would have far more credibility were it actually on THE GOOGLE WEBSITE!!!

WealthAve said...

There are a lot of legitimate programs out there that can create a decent income while working from home on the internet. One program that has helped me tremendously in earning a legitimate income is here: Work From Home Business Report. Check it out for yourself.
The reason the grammer in this blog is so bad is because I believe the creator used a "content spinner" to create the content. Much success!

GoCeeZ said...

I feel really bad for the new ppl that are really looking for ways to make some money online, and as for this dude over here that probably writes like he speaks, I think he should use some of that money he claims he has made and hire a writer.




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erthwkr said...

Their cancellation number is invalid. I have to call my bank and tell them not to pay them for their"special" trials!

The Blogger said...

Google Pay Day Spams like crazy. I never went on their web site and some how to got all of my Yahoo and Gmail.

Google Pay Day Spams. I have clicked on Remove me and I still their crap....

Nickname unavailable said...

would somebody stop these spammers?!thiefs?!....i mean their product is called google pay day, surely google must be aware of the breach in copyright...come on I thought google is like the GOD of the net, init?

kleetis14 said...

Google Payday is a scam. They are not clear on the fact that they will charge you for a stupid textbook thats $79.99 without shipping. I live in Ottawa, ON so it comes to $104. To add to all of that the customer service number they tell you to call to cancel doesn't work in my area so I had to call colorado long distance to cancel and they guy said he cancelled it and there's still a charge on my account a week l8r. AVOID GOOGLE PAYDAY! get a real job.

Randy Maden said...

HONESTLY, you should stop with trying to make quick money on the Internet. Let me tell you my experience. 3yrs ago I became interested in making money online. I was buying ebooks and joining different membership sites. Needless to say I spent good money doing this! If I've learned anything from the past 3yrs, I've learned that there is no quick money to be earned on the net. Why? Well, although there are ways to make some money in a quicker way, the very same quick way would surely involve spending some money and also some time. That being said, one should ask himself if the money earned was really that quick in the end! What I want to say is that there are quicker and slower ways to earn money but both involve time and some money investment. BEWARE of the lies when trying to make money online. There are so many false statements and lies around that you could easily throw years down the drain. There is a book I always recommend to my friends who think about making some money on the net. Don't know the name of the book but it can be found on MariosCenter.com. Think it's free. From my 3yrs long experience this book is the closest to the truth. Avoid lies and learn how the things on the net really are and you could be earning some money online. Unfortunately it took 3yrs for me to see some serious money. If only I had been able to tell the truth from the lies...UGH this post is really too long!

emelooool said...

THIS GOOGLE PAY DAY IS A SCAM THERE FULL OF BULL SHIT TRUST ME U START OFF WITH THE $1 TRAIL PERIOD THAN U CANCEL I CANCELLED BEFORE THE 7 DAYS EXPIRED AND THEY KEPT ON CHARGING MY ACCOUNT WITH THE MONTHLY PAYMENTS EVEN AFTER U CANCEL NO ONE MAKE THE MISTAKE I DID THEY DIDNT CHARGE ME AFTER I CANCELLED THEY CHARED ME TWO MONTHS TOGETHER

Richard M Joseph III said...

So true! I second that.

When I first enrolled in the "Google Payday" system, I thought that I had finally find a legitimate "Internet Money Making Tool," but I was wrong. Since I've kept all the log in and membership infos, I called and e-mailed them asking to cancel my membership.

They had already charged my Chase VISA Debit Card a sum of $1.99, $19.95, and a $39.95. I wasn't making any money, but I was just giving it all away...

At first it felt right, but after it felt wrong. Perhaps, this "Google Payday Kit" isn't for everybody.

Tafkam said...

It surprises me that places like Facebook...who claim to be "safe" and "family friendly" allow advertising for something like Google Pay Day

Danny said...

how would we be able to stop them from charging our credit cards. i cancelled the free trial cause i wasn't gonna use it. but just this morning they charged me $67 dollars even after i cancelled. how do we stop them from charging our credit cards? anyone have a solution please contact me at eeyellowjackets@msn.com.

Heather said...
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Heather said...

I found another website that is legit and its free to sign up you fill out surveys and you get to make money right away.
http://cashcrate.com/1442069

A said...

They aren't Google. $2.95 first 6 days, (read the fine print then $70 per month. This may work for some its basically filling ads on Google with a proven method of keywords that work so your also paying for these ads, if the company supplying the data is correct you should make a good percentage of profit or ROI(return on investment), using this you may not have to learn anything about affiliate marketing to start. For other info on affiliate marketing click on this site: makemoneyfastinternetcentral.com

dch said...

Of course they are a scam. I noticed immediately how 'Jennifer' with her story of untold riches, was apparently from my own little bush town! Bullshit. The webpage finds your postcode or zipcode and substitutes that area name for her supposed home. Cunning ploy to gain your confidence.

And they never say what they're selling but there's been enough responses here to see it is affiliate marketing.

Well you don't need to buy that from anyone. You get it for free.
But it is not a get rich quick scheme, it is quite hard to make money from it.

Anyone who has cracked it and can make bulk money from it doesn't need to build schemes like this to let you in - take a look at affiliate marketing and you'll see that if you have the best words to yourself you're in the best position. The more people that share them the less return you get.

And not apparent on the face of it from their pages but pretty obvious after reading a few posts - all their talk of 'free' and $2.99 or whatever is rubbish. They are leading you by the nose to far greater costs.

Of course. Obviously they are not a charitable institution. Obviously or they'd simply give away their 'secret'. Obviously despite their supposed great wealth they are still trying to make money in some other way: via these ads, from YOU.

Hence you can see that their whole front is suspect and deceitful. It is not honest about what they are selling. It is not honest about the price. It is not honest about details such as 'Jennifer'.

And there's probably much more if you take the trouble to analyse it carefully. Such as the Belize disclaimers uncovered by one poster.

There's no easy money, generally speaking. Certainly there's none to be got from people claiming they've found a way to make easy money. They will - if it's true - keep it to themselves until it dries up.

But it is not true.

BUT - you can read between the lines. You can take an 'overview' and you can see where the REAL easy money is in this ad.

It lies in directing people to affiliate marketing organisations and selling them 'strategies' and even 'keywords' and the longer and more tortuous the path the better.

There's thousands of 'easy money' opportunities on the web. Most of them legitimate, such as Google adwords.

You can spend your life finding these, writing explanations of them, constructing strategies for getting the best out of them, compiling statistics and critiques of them.

All that you could then sell to people. In their blind haste to find the way to easy riches they'll buy all your $10, $20, $30, books and critiques, lists, brochures, web links and whatever.

They'll never get to easy riches but they'll always think they're getting there.

And you will! Soon you could have a mailing list of thousands, all happy to pay you $10 for something you've knocked up about 'easy money' somewhere on the web. An expose of a bad outfit, an explanation of a good one - such as adwords.

You'd be doing what these people are doing.

But you could be doing it honestly and legitimately, without any deceit at all.

You could tell the truth. At least you could avoid these lies.

But that'd be work. Tedious work.

Do you want to do that?

Me neither.

I'd rather someone did it for me...

So I'm a sucker waiting for the ad that says "How to make your way EASILY through the affiliate marketing schemes and other web-based easy money scams and opportunites....Only $10...."

Perhaps you'll write it for me..

:)

Mavarla said...

Wow---a pleasure to read everyone's input---especially, this last one from DCH!

Evelyn said...

And if you note about the author's poor use of English and look up where the Google Pay Day is based out of, it isn't the U.S., but rather the Phillipines.....think that might be where the poor English use came from???? Buyer beware!!!! My bet is you will lose a lot more than the $1.95 or whatever they want for the shipping fee........

David said...

If you really did find a working formula that made you, say $1,000 a week online on average and it kept producing income no matter what, would you want to sell that idea to a bunch of noobs for $47 a pop and expect to retire on the proceeds? No way, man! It does not compute. It does not add up. And it does not make any sense to do that. I certainly don’t go shouting from the rooftops how I make my money online. Hell, I don’t want the competition taking a slice of my pie and neither would anyone who really does make good cash online.

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henrylow said...

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adam said...

well if you also look on googlepaid.me, why is it that you see a google paid check to "kevin" from the actual Google in mt.view, CA??? might not make sense to some, but i am kinda iffy on it...

Matrich said...

Hello People,

I am not familiar with Google Payday - but the first thing I would like you to know is that it is not associated with Google or AdWords.

I suspect it is a program about which you have heard that you can very easily earn money through AdWords, by simply 'typing', 'filling in forms', or some other very simple-sounding task. If that is the case, then please read on. I'd like to help set reasonable expectations.

Typically, when you sign up with such a programs you will be asked to create an AdWords account as part of a system in which you become an 'affiliate marketer' or 'affiliate advertiser'. This is actually far more complex than it is made to appear. In reality, you become an affiliate advertiser with all the very hard work and effort that calls for.

As an affiliate advertiser, you advertise on AdWords in order to send traffic to a site you do not own. Please note, however, that the cost of AdWords advertising is paid for by you, as the advertiser. Equally important, AdWords does not pay you to advertise. You would be paid by the owner of the site to which you send traffic by advertising on AdWords.

The reality of affiliate marketing is that it is extremely competitive - and potentially challenging and expensive. Unless you are very familiar with both AdWords and affiliate marketing, it is likely you will spend more money that you make. If you do choose to join such a program, I would advise that you do not expect to start making money right away - if ever - and that you do not expect it to be simple, quick, or easy.

Bottom line, it takes a lot of work, and you may or may not make a profit - depending on the effort you put into it. To be very straightforward about it, those who expect to quickly and easily make money with no work at all, will almost certainly lose money.

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