Here we go again! Yet another program offering to sell you the secrets of using Google to unlock Internet riches for a too-good-to-be-true fee: $3.95. PayDayHomeIncome.com is using all the standard tricks to get you to trust them – they’ve decorated their website with the logos of lots of trustworthy companies – Google, Twitter, CNN, ABC, etc – though they are in no way affiliated with them. They have a “countdown clock” offering you a “limited time offer” if you’ll just sign up for some free information.
But, the difference between PayDay Home Income and other Google kits are the small changes they’ve made. First of all, if you are looking for information on their website on their Terms & Conditions, or about how much this product will cost you, you won’t find anything. What you will see is a paragraph at the bottom of the page in very tiny fine print. If you read this paragraph, you’ll find out all about how if you buy this product you could soon be debt free and no longer need credit cards!
However, when you put your email address and info into the boxes, the payment page comes up looking almost identical to the previous page. The same paragraph of tiny print appears at the bottom of the page, with the first two sentences identical to the previous page. But if you continue reading, you’ll see this:
After the two-day trial period, you will be charged $129.96 and thereafter $89.53 monthly unless or until you cancel. In addition, you are purchasing a trial membership to Social Reach which will bill at $79.41 after a fifteen day trial and then sixty days from then bill monthly at $19.71 unless or until you cancel. To cancel call 877-539-0572 within your respective trial period. A $2.85 credit card processing fee will be charged in addition to all fees.
If you decide to click on the link for the Terms & Conditions that has suddenly appeared, you’ll see that should you decide to cancel, absolutely no money will be refunded to you unless you are within the 2 Day window for Pay Day Home Income, or the 14 Day window for Social Reach – whatever that is.
PayDay Home Income is also using the fake news sites I’ve told you about before, only this time they’re embedding little videos from “GNN” – the fake CNN – that has an exclusive interview from a woman laid off from her job who bought this program and is now making all the money she needs though she spends hardly any time working. The “news anchor” tells her how smart that is, before giving you the information you need to order the kit for yourself.
Bottom line: scam. This Google kit is the same as the rest. They get your credit card number, charge outrageous amounts to your card in short periods of time, and then keep the money when you cancel. If you receive any information at all from this Google kit, it will be about how to use Google AdWords to advertise your own business. Since Google AdWords is a totally free program that anyone can use, signing up at PayDayHomeIncome.com is the same as throwing your money away.