Yes Yes Yes it is a scam, and if you give them your debit card you will be charged$1.00, then $2.99, then $88.97, then $19.95. When you give them your debit card you just gave them "demand draft" to your bank account. This is a scam, and you think you are paying to make $4000/week, what you are is getting scammed. I just got scammed today from auto insurance company, Nationwide, John Clark Agency, in McKinney. I paid first time with debit card, so when I canceled next month they use my debit card and all the important numbers on that card, to get $192.96, totally not authorized, and without my knowledge. The bank says it was a debit draft, I said how can they just take whatever amount they want, and the bank pay without any pin number or whatever. This company knows once they got your numbers they can steal your money, and yes you can report it but oh well. Folks the problem is there are bad guys, and the debit cards and banks are just feeding their bank accounts, and I wonder how much the banks are making off overdraft fees. Google is also allowing this, because this came up on my gmail. We all need to stop using google.
Hi, I also signed up thinking it was only $.99 but they charged over $100 more. I contacted Visa and they got it ALL back for me. Plus they were fined. I love happy endings. Call your credit company and hope for the same results. My prayers are with you. Maryann
I called and tried to cancel the charges. And I know that I was calling a day too late, but a man named Tony told me that he would cancel the account and that I would no longer receive them. Then I asked if there was anything he could do about the previous charges, and he responded "they're gone". I asked again to make sure and he said again "they're gone". The next day (today) I checked my bank account and the charges that he had told me would be gone were still there. I called again and Tony was the person I spoke to again. I told him that I had spoken to him the day before and asked him why I still had the charges when he had told the day before that they would be removed. He told me that he never told anyone that. And wouldn't take the time to listen when I tried to recount the conversation from the day before.
Google Master Internet Profits is the website the email (gmail) from the response to my CraigsList ad. That website doesn't mention the charges of $89 for membership or $19.99 for use of Affiliate Trainer.
The telephone number given me by my Visa agent of the website making the charges is Master Internet Profits.com, a second website I was never on and which doesn't come up on Google, Yahoo, or bing. If they were a legitimate business, why don't they register with a search engine.
Google Master Internet Profits sends out emails (spam) with a link which corrupts before the charges are made to the credit card, so that a person can't go back and compare the website with the Master Internet Profits website because they want me to believe it is the same and only website. This is the scam. There are two websites. The TOS on the Master Internet Profits website doesn't mean diddley because I wasn't there to read the TOS and I didn't agree to subscribe or join.
I have had the same thing happen, I called the number after getting 2 charges of $88.87 and another charge of $29.97, I spoke with Issac and got into a very heated argument about this companies business practices...I asked to speak with someone else, he told me that he was the head of the call center, apparently they only have 3 guys taking calls for this, I told him I would hold or be transfered and he hung up on me!!! What great customer service! Our bank is having us cancel the card we used, we only thought we were being charged a dollar! This is how this company makes it's money! They get you to sign up for something you think will benefit you, and they drain your account and don't send you ANYTHING!!!! Something needs to be done! B
Yes it is a scam...When I first heard of this I believed them and gave them the .99 cents and $1 insurance to make sure I got the package and I never got it...they charged me over $115 in charges and I'm still fighting to get my money back...I closed my card and account and so far I've got no money back.
I wish I had seen your post first, as they use the "Google" at home money making to market their product. I thought I was paying $1.99 and they charged over $100 to my account. I was waiting for the information to come in the mail and the next thing I know, before I have received the information I am charged $108.96 in two payments to my account. They allow you to cancel further monthly fees but will not refund the $108.96 that they have already charged. I will be be checking out more about this company as well as their marketing. But I will be contacting an attorney regarding a class action lawsuit. This type of online scam needs to be shut down.
Craigslist is so no angel in this matter ! They allow company's like them too get our information , and we get screwed by false advertising . They used such a respectable name such as "Google" That I really thought it would be a legit way too make a few extra bucks ! Wrong ! I never thought I would say this , but thank god my credit card way near its max , and the shysters could not fit the extra 88.00-108.00 on my card , but they would have tried I am sure after hearing all you guys tell me about your unfortunate charges . So I just called chase , and changed my account number so I don't have to worry about it later . I suggest everyone do the same , because who knows how many extra charges you will see for how many extra years ...
Has anyone had any success with obtaining information and where abouts from this So Called Company. My wife signed up for this Master Internet Crap, and I'm deployed,she totally screwed our bank account with this. I really do need contact info. My have contacted my bank, Lawyer and the Police on the matter. And reporting them to the BBB . I don't care about the 100 charge, as far as I'm considered its gone. But its my Bank account security that I'm concerned thing.
It is a scam...check with your bank. My bank is having me cancel my debit card and report the lost money and the company. They will report Master Internet for me, are reimbursing my money, and are fighting to get the money back from the crooks themselves.
Yes it is... Unfortunately I just found that out it's ridiculous how they do this.. All these statements are true I talked to same scum bag that everything will be cancelled and refunded and I'll will receive a confirmation email, which I haven't received.. I asked him how can I return this product this product that I don't need nor want he said I quote" I don't have the answer to that question " .. So that ticked me off.. This company is a TOTAL SCAM!!!!! You live and you learn and hope that the money is reimbursed !!! Has anybody actually returned the product? If so please let me know
I was taken also and unfortunately they billed me for 2 months before I caught it. Called Bank of America to dispute the charge and they said if I agreed to the .99 then it's my fault. I will be cancelling that card because I have never had any problems disputing anything on any other credit card before. I never went to a web site and I'm thinking it was thru Craig's list that I got caught up in this.
This is totally a scam the name of the company is unc sd llc after doing some research you are able to find it in the website registry. They are a california company that is frauding people out of money...I too got charged over 100 dollars from these scam artists. I can't believe google is allowing them to defraud people like that...