Google Home Income Kit Reviews – Legit or Scam?


The release of the Google Home Income Kit signifies one thing and that’s that new laws and regulations will do little to deter misleading and fraudulent business practices.  These so called Google kits have been plaguing the internet for over a year now and it’s clear that they’re not slowing down.

Several months ago the FTC issued new guidelines for the internet marketing industry yet their affect seems minuscule.  It does seem that proponents of these Google Kits are more careful these days, in the past they made outrageous claims like, “Make $500 – $1,000 a Day Posting links on Google.” Now their subdued pitch simply reads, “You Could Make a Lot of Money Working With Google,” sadly this seems to be the only evidence of increased legal compliance.

You See There are 2 Major Problems with How Google Home Income kit is Marketed…

Google Home Income Kit

First off, more likely than not you came across it through a misleading “newspaper” article, basically an ad that is made to look like an online newspaper featuring a story about a successful work at home Mom/Dad who’ve been using Google Home Income to make a fortune.

These fake sites use a host of tricks to make their cheap site look completely legitimate.  They add weather reports, fake comments, advertisements, and most deceptively an IP reading script that customizes the newspaper based on your location.

Here’s an example of one of these fake sites…

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The article is very misleading and does not explain with any accuracy what you’re really buying into.  When you sign up for these kits you’ll get access to a website that features internet marketing information, specifically showing you how to use Google AdWords to sell products for a commission.

They never tell you that you need to have money to invest as Google’s ad system operates on a pay per click basis, and they don’t tell you that you can easily lose money with this system.

The second problem with Google Home Income is in their billing process.  They advertise the kit for 1 dollar, but if you read the fine print you’ll see that it actually costs much more than that.

By submitting this form you are ordering Creative Synergy Training and the trial membership for $1.00 Instant Access. If you do not cancel within the 3-day trial period, you will be charged a one-time amount of $129.95. In addition, you will be provided access to an online Learning Center which will bill at $39.98, unless you cancel, 30-days from the date of enrollment and you will be re-billed every 30 days at $39.98 per month until cancelled. To cancel call 877-557-5473 M-F, 7am-5pm, MST within 3 days of the date you ordered. As special bonus gifts, you will also receive a Risk Free 14-day Trial membership to Home Source. You may cancel anytime during the trial period by calling 1-800-537-0984 M-F, 8am-5pm, MDT. If membership is continued you will automatically be charged $29.95 a month.

There’s nothing wrong with having a program that charges a monthly fee for its continual use but as you can see here, Google Home Income is simply out to rob their customers.  If they really were sincere about offering a trial of their product they would allow you more than 3 days to do so.  They also wouldn’t sign you up for all the additional monthly programs that you need to cancel.

If you ordered Google Home Income, without reading their terms and conditions, you can cancel buy calling the phone numbers above.  Remember to call both numbers and cancel each program separately to avoid any extra charges.

So is Google Home Income a Scam?

I think it’s pretty clear that these are not people you want to do business with.  I can’t think of any legitimate company on or offline that I’ve ever done business with that uses this type of misleading billing practice.

It’s clear that the way they make their money is by running up the bill on people who, in their desperate need for money and work, failed to read the fine print.  I’d recommend staying far away from Google Home Income as they’ll leave you with nothing but a headache and an empty wallet.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Google Home Income Kit " is 1.35 out of 5 based on 17 reviews.

  • Jefferson says:

    July 28th, 2013 at 10:40 am

    Think about it logically. If there was a way to make a lot of money working at home, dont you think there would be millions of people who would quit their job right now and stay at home?


    August 24th, 2017 at 12:45 am


  • Bridget says:

    June 27th, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    I had a in home business of sales and training thus I spent a lot of time on the phone and computer. The main thing I learned that all people looking at in home businesses is get a 2nd email to protect yourself, and get a 2nd phone number or use your cell number. This will help you also keep your privacy protected. For those who do surveys I think you would agree with me- I tried them and thank God I had those 2nds. It help protect me from the harassing advertisers and salesmen. This is a thing that everyone should know. Think the 2nd email doesn’t cost and the 2nd phone# costs little but think you can cancel and how much trouble will be to change your email and phone#.

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    erica says:

    May 8th, 2013 at 12:48 am

    I paid $49 and got nothing I want my money back


    Katrina says:
    June 11th, 2013 at 5:58 pm

    Did u get your money back I need mine back and no one responds to my emails or phone calls

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    Stacy Gourine says:

    April 29th, 2013 at 10:42 am

    I pay $19.00 dollar to start working at this one home business and they say I do not pay anything else do you think they maybe real they have me call a number and I will Specialist to help me get started. They say I will not have to pay anything else.

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    77k says:

    March 12th, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    Home Income Kit

    Sold my phone number – I am getting an outrageous amount of out of state calls – scam! So annoying to get random emails and phone calls for stuff not listed on site.

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    Charles says:

    March 3rd, 2013 at 3:02 pm

    I would not invest a single penny to a company like this. It is a complete scam. You don’t get rich quick lik that. Whay would someone allow a company to charge your credit card trial membership for $1.00 Instant Access. If you do not cancel within the 3-day trial period, you will be charged a one-time amount of $129.95. In addition, you will be provided access to an online Learning Center which will bill at $39.98, unless you cancel, 30-days from the date of enrollment and you will be re-billed every 30 days at $39.98 per month until cancelled. To cancel call 877-557-5473 M-F, 7am-5pm, MST within 3 days of the date you ordered. As special bonus gifts, you will also receive a Risk Free 14-day Trial membership to Home Source. You may cancel anytime during the trial period by calling 1-800-537-0984 M-F, 8am-5pm, MDT. If membership is continued you will automatically be charged $29.95 a month. So why have some company charge your account $200.88 first month and then $69.93 there after manth fter month?? Yorur giving them $839.16 per year first year $970.11??
    Think about it!

  • random says:

    December 26th, 2012 at 10:24 am

    hmmm… that was a really valid looking FAKE website, i mean they said that the article appeared on Dawn and such….i really dont know who or what to trust…i mean…are U telling the truth the writers of the website ??O_o…..

  • bhagyesh says:

    September 26th, 2012 at 5:19 am

    Please help me out..?

    I have signed up giving my cell number & email id..
    I’ve not given my Credit card number nor address..Will I be charged..?

  • irina sysoueva says:

    May 10th, 2012 at 12:45 am

    And if its help for you- i got the message about this ,,deal,,from Tamara Abajyan.

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    irina sysoueva says:

    May 10th, 2012 at 12:38 am

    Hello! Please, help me! I got problem with Exclusive Home Income Kit,, I paid $97.95 end now i understand that is SCAM. How i can get out? Please, help

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    gydnad says:

    February 12th, 2012 at 2:54 am

    Why US government is not putting a ban to these sites who is fooling around the people round the globe, How a government can be so casual to this matter, it s my request to the government to bann the sites of Home income kit & others to prove show its concern over its people.

  • Masoumeh says:

    January 31st, 2012 at 11:13 am

    love you all, I was going to apply for that but I do a little bit of research and found this. Thank you so much for letting us know :)

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    simone says:

    December 14th, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    Please I need help ! I was desperate to pay my bills and trying to do extra work. I did the huge mistake to sign in and put my debit card information for paying only 2.99. I never went through and never received any kit but every month they are charging me 79.99 from my bank account. Last month I called and nobody answered and send an e-mail to cancel and no return, today they did another debit on my account. I called the bank and they’ll will stop future debits but the bank cant refund ! Gosh, I’m struggling to pay my bills and these people are stealing from me !


    satish says:
    April 1st, 2013 at 9:29 am

    you can cancel u r Debit card and apply for new one.

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    karen says:

    September 20th, 2011 at 1:37 am

    I figured it was a scam from the get go but wanted to do more research on it regardless. So like ALWAYS, before entering any info, whenever I come across anything, especially home base business such as this, I would do a search typing in “google home income kit scam” and that always does the trick. :)
    So next time you search anything suspicious, add in the word “SCAM” and you’ll find what you’re looking for.

    Be careful in the cyber world people.

  • Zasu says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    I was about to sign up for this because I saw the Google, CNN and other logos on it. But I’m glad I decided to research first before paying. I really cant thank you enough for saving me!! Thank you so so so much. I’ve learnt me lesson that all home jobs are just pure SCAM!!

  • Rory says:

    July 17th, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    They’re also running under the URL as now or something like that.

    Like the rest have been saying, don’t fall for something that sounds waaay too good to be true. There were so many red flags on that fake news article page it made me wanna puke. ALWAYS do the research FIRST. You wouldn’t touch an unknown chemical with a ten foot pole without knowing what it was first, wouldn’t you?

  • Dave says:

    December 13th, 2010 at 7:47 am

    Not even sure if this thing is real anymore! Who can you trust?

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    Anthony Bryan says:

    December 7th, 2010 at 8:03 am

    i to was going to sign up for this .. im so happy i didnt and found this website first .. i read a few of your replies and thought id do a bit of research for my self .. and went on their terms and conditions and press ctrl+f and searched for $ and this is what i found the dirty robbers—

    General.These Terms and Conditions (the “Agreement”) set forth the terms and conditions that apply to your membership in Lake View Holdings with Monthly Billing (“Membership”). You may be receiving a Hone Income Starter Kit offer for this agreement at a $2.97 cost. At the end of the 3rd day you will be billed an Account Activation fee of $99.95. And then your monthly membership fee of $24.95 starting in 30 days from your Activation Date. The monthly fee will continue every thirty (30) days until cancellation.

    Membership is non-transferable and is valid for the member only. Resale or transfer of membership rights is strictly prohibited, and will constitute grounds for termination or non-renewal of membership.

    when i read that i was like WTF so obviously you wanna stay way from this site, as people say if its to good to be true it is !!!


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    Steve says:

    December 5th, 2010 at 3:06 pm

    I’m getting email about this program from a friend of mine. I get 3-7 emails a day from her on this. Obviously someone has either infected her computer with a virus that’s using her contact list or someone’s hijacked her email account. We’ve run every kind of virus checking we can on her computers but the unwanted emails keep coming. Any idea how we can get these to stop?!

  • russ says:

    November 25th, 2010 at 9:11 am

    please tell me how to cancel. I can’t find a website for them and don’t know what to do except cancel my card. can’t believe i fell for it

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    Warning...... says:

    November 23rd, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    I have been getting mail about this deal…somehow the company hijacked our friends e-mail contacts…it looks like our friend is sending it……..but not true. It is a scam…hoax…rip-off

  • Dianna says:

    November 18th, 2010 at 3:58 pm

    I received this email about this particular work at home opportunity through my friend’s email. I received an email from her with the link, so I kindly sent her an email back that I wasn’t sure if it was her that sent it and that I don’t click on links in case it is a virus, and I asked her to call me. She then emailed me back (IT WAS THE COMPANY THAT HIJACKED HER EMAIL) and told me that it was okay to click the link that she made $450 dollars in one day last week and that she got her cheque recently. I did everything but my cc declined. Then I decided to read the fine print and saw the outrages charges of $68.99 per month. I said forget it. But the point of my response is this even if you get an email back telling you that its okay to click the link and that its not a scam, still dont do it. Because it wasn’t my friend that emailed me.

    Cheers Hope this is helpful

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    joseph says:

    November 18th, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    wes says:
    November 14th, 2010 at 1:49 pm (#)

    I received notice of this program in an email — addressed from my brother! The link took me to this site Being fairly adept at computer programming, I tried changing the link to to see if this was truly a news website. No chance. This is a fake website! BEWARE!!!


    Being able to change the address from /business to /sports does not mean you are fairly adept at computer programming–that’s just common sense lol.

  • Camán says:

    November 18th, 2010 at 1:44 am

    They hacked in to my wife’s hotmail account and sent out this e-mail:

    Hey I wanted to show you this new job I’ve got online. Do you wanna get in on this deal with me? I’m sure I could double the $2000/month if I had your help. Go to this article and go over it then get the kit on the page, you don’t even have to spend any money.

    I too got it and for awhile I thought she had sent it to me before going to bed (I’m upstairs working) and wanted us to do it. Bloody bastards! When I checked up on it online it was pretty clear that it was a scam.
    I’m glad I didn’t wake up my wife, who needed her sleep.

  • Marva Larsen says:

    November 17th, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    They were sending this to all my contacts with my name on it and I hadn’t even touched this e-mail account for 2-3 months. SCAM!!

  • Ray says:

    November 16th, 2010 at 1:04 am

    FYI – if you do sign up and come across a review like this (as I did), cancel immediately. This is the one I fell for because I didn’t research it before I signed up: Then I came across these posts and called to cancel. Because I canceled the same day that I ordered, the product won’t even be shipped and I won’t be charged. Well they better not charge me! Also, anytime you’re ordering online, use credit cards not debit cards to your bank accounts…that’s the best way to prevent the scammers from actually getting your money and putting you in a bind until its reversed. And if you are charged, chances are it will get straightened out before your cc bill is due.

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    anne calder says:

    November 15th, 2010 at 5:59 am

    I too have been contacted by these scammers sent to a family member, allegedly from my email id but using a phony account ID. Please advise what remedial action I should take.
    Will it be helpful if I forward the fraudulent email as evidence?

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    wes says:

    November 14th, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    I received notice of this program in an email — addressed from my brother! The link took me to this site Being fairly adept at computer programming, I tried changing the link to to see if this was truly a news website. No chance. This is a fake website! BEWARE!!!

  • Cher says:

    November 12th, 2010 at 10:08 am

    A note regarding the info above about the .com vs .org, etc. I just saw a under the Google search. They are getting smarter!

  • Sahar says:

    October 15th, 2010 at 10:53 am

    Hey, can somebody tell me that if i have typed the info and clicked to get the free kit but a message says that my card has been rejected and i should use another card while i clicked 2nd time and then third time the same info and get the same message back, will my money be taken without letting me know even or i remained safe?

  • george says:

    October 14th, 2010 at 11:14 am

    If something sounds too good to be true it is people. I can’t believe this many people fell for such an obvious SCAM.

  • mike says:

    September 25th, 2010 at 10:24 am

    I too, was almost taken by these thieves, thankfully a friend advised me to do some research on the matter, and it turned out to be a scam. I have in my past experience been over charged on my cc, and found it necessary to take the issue up with my bank. If you cannot cancel the order through the number that the scam artists gave you, go to your bank and stop payment. Let them know that you are being taken advantage of and that you have tried everything in your power to stop it.

    From my experience, not only did they stop payment, but put the money that was stolen back on my cc. Make sure you cancel in time, 3 or 4 days before, and (MAKE SURE THE TRIAL PERIOD DOES NOT START AT THE POINT OF SHIPMENT.) As a matter of fact called from your bank (if necessary) with all the information that you have, the date you placed the order, how long it took to receive it, and the time frame in which you had to cancel. After the bank is satisfied with your efforts, You will find that your bank will be more than willing to assist in the matter. The banks have a lot more resources than we do, and after all, if the bank puts their money out there, they’re going to get it back with interest. Just stop payment, and sin no more.

  • Ashley says:

    September 14th, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    and I called that number and I am not getting anyone, they are just saying stay on the line and please hold.

  • Ashley says:

    September 14th, 2010 at 2:28 pm

    I would just like to know a number that i can call to cancel the trial period. I just signed up for this program and researched afterward which i should not have done please help me before they charge me. I am a recent college grad and it looked like a great opportunity and even the reviews were great.

  • Judi Hileman says:

    August 22nd, 2010 at 2:57 pm


    I fell for this and shortly after my computer died. I was without it for over 3 months, and tried to call the number on my credit card statement. I did speak with a woman and I told her of my computer problems. She said when I got it back up and running to log on and read their e mail, and I could cancel. Well, when I finally got a new one, I did and found no e mail from them or their company. My credit card was billed back on May 18 for $69.95. And now I can do nothing about it. When I tried to call the number I get nothing.

    I am not linking to anything anymore! You don’t know who to trust!
    Do I have any recourse?

  • kelley says:

    August 21st, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    crazy, pavel has got it right. just don’t do it, i fell for a scam and it cost me hundreds, not to mention all the time it took on phone calls to credit card companies, then all the mental stress. terrible.

  • dan says:

    August 19th, 2010 at 11:29 pm

    Well i do appreciate this site and info. I have been scammed by don lapree and lost a lot of money. and i will tell you from what i have heard from other marketing companies he is still out there and behind the wall in some business .Listen let me tell you I have seen some things out there that prey on people and by you buying in that is how they make their money so be careful. remember if it is to good to be true it usually is. I have also found out if you have to pay to get in it is not worth it. i work from home on one site never paid to get in and i dont get rich but i live good so please be careful.


    Ann says:
    October 9th, 2011 at 8:35 am

    I was almost fooled by don lapree, as well. Congratulations for finding a legitimate site. Care to share? I’m desperate.

  • rapheal says:

    August 11th, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    I nearly fall for this get rich SCAM!!!!SCAMMM!!!! called (home income kit)career, because everybody is desperate in need of fast money, but i gave it a try and take my time to check this site if its realllll!!! But its NOT Its FAKE FAKE FAKE and A BIG SCAM. No free MONEY GUYS, GO N WORK if u want my advice!!!!

  • mery says:

    August 6th, 2010 at 1:51 am

    thank you very much

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    Jerome says:

    June 27th, 2010 at 8:24 pm

    When will people ever learn? If the program really worked, dont you think the whole country would quit their job and do this?

  • Pavel says:

    June 9th, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    This needs to be sent to the real CNN and MSNBC and so forth. When you see logos such as CNN, ABC or Google on a page (even if it seems too good to be true) people think — well, these giants are huge and rich, they can spare the money, and if they were ever caught scamming then they would be screwed out of their money. Soooo… this has to be true — unfortunately online laws are limited and are only enforced in the US, EU nations, and a select few other nations including Canada and Australia. Meaning that these scammers who are most likely set up in a country not listed (China being the scamming giant) are not legally bound to any online laws and cannot be given any consequences even when they are caught. Also it is perfectly legal for them to feature others’ trademarks (such as Google and CNN) on their page with no consequences as well.

    Bottom line is you cannot trust anything online unless it is an official “.org” or “.gov” or “.edu” site with real existing reputation. Logos and trademarks on “.com” sites should not be trusted — ever.
    If you come across something online that seems too good to be true but something on the page is pulling you towards credibility look for these red flags:
    1) is it a “.com” domain?
    2) are they asking for a “small fee” to get started? — remember an employer pays YOU, you do not pay the employer — ever
    3) are they asking for credit card information? unless you are purchasing something from ebay, newegg, amazon and other highly reputable sites, do not pay for anything unless you have done extensive research from highly — HIGHLY — credible sources.

    Also a red flag you always need to watch out for — if you are paying for anything online TRIPPLE CHECK you are paying only and always through the official paypal. Never — NEVER– enter your credit card information on any page on the entire World Wide Web besides paypal. This is because pages that ask for your credit card information on any other page can possibly have a key-logging script running, meaning even if you just simple TYPE you credit card information and later erase it, they have already logged the keys and know what you typed in the first place.

  • Esther says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    Thanks–almost fell for it.

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    Sherry A says:

    April 22nd, 2010 at 10:41 am

    I too fell for the “get rich quick” scheme, then when I saw my checking acct debited for $139.95 I panicked, called & canceled. I was told it takes 2-5 days to have the charges reversed. I am now on my second day. They have not heard the last of me. These scams should be outlawed!

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    Michelle says:

    April 20th, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    To me these people are changing the name of the business. I did get sucked in when it was called GoogleBiz. You wouldn’t think with the name Google to it that it was bad. Since then the same outline of business has been called. Home profit and now, I see Home Income. I don’t see why Google don’t put something on like 60 min. saying all of this is scams and maybe it might stop these people from scamming all. I was a sucker once but won’t be again.

  • Susana says:

    April 8th, 2010 at 12:51 pm

    Thank you for your postings, as many of you, I was looking at the add while trying to get more information about them…I came across your postings.
    I did not put any of my information and when I went to close the page another pop up page prompted me with…You are the lucky winner of the day. Join now for free…click no!!! and walk away.
    Thank you!

  • Nichole says:

    March 31st, 2010 at 5:02 pm

    I am soo glad that I found this review. I have a friend who is always talking about getting into these at-home businesses. So naturally when I seen this advertisement I called him up and was even thinking about doing it myself. He told me to research it first and thank goodness I did.

  • Leah says:

    March 15th, 2010 at 11:38 am

    Wow I almost fell for this scam myself after reading the “convincing” ad about a single mother who had just lost her job and was now a success because of this system. But I know to well about the google ad sense stuff and was suspicious. I did go to the second screen and typed in my email etc but when I saw that they were going to charge 130.00 after a very short 3 day trial I said NO WAY! I also love the fake comments at the bottom of the advertisement from people like BOB who claim they are making 100’s of dollars a week from this. Please go away already! This should be illegal and if I had lost my money trust me I would have been suing their behinds so fast they wouldn’t even knew what hit them. If you need to get a refund leave them a threatening message saying how you will call the police on them and you will see how fast they respond then.

  • Josh says:

    March 1st, 2010 at 10:50 pm

    I almost sign up to put credit card but I always check if the website is protect and secure. I saw it was not then came here to check and see what was going on. Thanks for the info!

  • Linda L. Mazzeo says:

    February 15th, 2010 at 11:09 am

    I too signed up with search ‘n social profit system / prosper univ.membership. I read your article I tried to call customer serv. #866-406-9817 no one answered I left my #’s to return my call I also sent an e-mail that I was canceling, and for them to respond (nothing yet) I also called my cc company and canceled and disputed the charge the will try to contact the company with the # given on the charge. It’s in dispute. I’m hoping for the best.

    Thank you for the scam info. Are there any for real work at home jobs????currently unemployed and job searching….

  • JEN says:

    February 2nd, 2010 at 3:12 pm

    SCAM!!!! and they say that they will refund the money with a check BS!!!! and now I call and the voice mail says I have reached them during NONWORKING hrs… hello its 2pm in the afternoon!!!!!

  • Richard says:

    January 6th, 2010 at 10:09 pm

    Thanks for the info

  • Cecilia says:

    January 6th, 2010 at 8:53 pm

    I did fall for the add and got the trial for what i thought was going to be a dollar and was browsing thru the web site and it keeps taking you to different pages but it doesn’t really let you do anything. I just saw my bank statement and I was charged 129 plus some cents because they are saying that it was a free trial for 3 days. When I called the number for customer service the person who answer was very rude and I requested to talk to a supervisor and he claim his self as being the supervisor but he was screaming at me saying that there was nothing I could do to get my money back.
    Hope no one else falls for this scams.

  • Diana says:

    January 4th, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    OMG thank you for this website, and yes for all those that used a bank card, CANCEL it immediately and have new one issued.

  • shannon says:

    January 4th, 2010 at 10:00 am

    I went for it, signed up and paid the 1.97. Then our computer was down for a few days. When we were back online checked things out again….that is when I saw the fine print on the bottom of the screen.
    I called the # that had been posted. The ‘customer service’ rep just talked in circles and at one point laughed at me when I repeated back to her what she had said- she too could not deny the scamminess in the air.
    What a crock!
    I am soooo pissed.
    The one thing I have is that I think I canceled in time to not be charged the 99.00 and subsequent 47.50/mo
    at least I haven’t seen any extra charges YET-
    I can cancel my card if that is what it takes

    I was just needing a few bucks more a month to make it.
    All we all are is just needing some help…
    thanks to this site…I can stop going down this trail.

  • sammy says:

    December 31st, 2009 at 2:40 am

    thank you.

    I was considering signing up in hopes to get a quick income while attending graduate school. This almost took away all the little savings in my account.

    I was hoping there might be something as easy and as quick as the Google home kit!


  • Tony says:

    December 28th, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    They charged me USD3.97 on Dec 6 and I was not aware if I had to cancel within 7 days. So they charged me USD91.32 on Dec 16. To cancel call: 1-866-268-5431 –> BMO Master Card provided me with this number.

    I called BMO Master Card and they cannot help at all. I had to ask for a refund from the merchant directly. On your statement, the charge will appear something like this:

    USD91.32 @ 1.101465MYCLEANPROF8662685431 8

    They insisted that they sent an email confirmation. I kept telling them that we never received it. They just do not want to refund. BEWARE !!!! Even BMO is not helping the customer.

  • Gary says:

    December 23rd, 2009 at 9:41 am

    They ripped me off for 39 dollars its a scam, beware

  • Antonio says:

    December 15th, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    Those scums got me for a buck 99. had to call my credit card company and change my card number.

  • Lynn says:

    December 10th, 2009 at 10:37 am

    Thank God I read your reviews on this. I signed up but did not give them my credit card info. Always remember that if it sounds to good to be true, it is. Stay AWAY from these scams.

  • thanesh says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 1:34 am

    thanks a lot.i was considering doing it.and half way of registering…notice this …and back to check details and find you on my way…great…thanks heaps

  • Stuart Banks says:

    December 6th, 2009 at 5:54 am

    Thanks for that, to be honest, I don’t generally fall for things that come in pop-ups, but the Google (sounding) endorsement was enough to have me get as far as the second page (and giving out my email address). Read the small print and thought – no thank you!
    The best bet is always as they say in their own advert; not to fall for get rich quick schemes, it’s the same good advice as always.

  • peggy says:

    December 4th, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    i did some research before i bought the kit and im glad i did! when i hit the back button a message came up saying Wait! Don’t go yet. Please click ‘CANCEL’ on the next window for a ‘SPECIAL’ offer.
    Are you sure you want to navigate away from this page?
    it was one of these pop ups that you have to deal with if you want to do anything on the current program you are on. then after i clicked okay to go back they threw a nother pop up at me that had a chat with sarah, one of the opperators form the site, then after i got out of THAT, they threw ANOTHER pop up at me saying ***************************************
    Order Now
    And Pay Only $1.00 For your Google Kit!!!


    Click CANCEL below to take advantage
    of this limited time offer!

    Pay Only $1.00 for your Google Kit If You
    ORDER NOW!!!


    Press OK to continue, or Cancel to stay on the current page

  • dena says:

    December 4th, 2009 at 2:37 am

    For anyone who was charged on their CC…and cannot get refunded, CALL the CC. Ask for a chargeback investigation. Show them the information that it is a scam, and you might get your $$$ back,

  • Robert H. says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 8:34 pm

    Almost fell for another scam. Tired of spending what initially seems like little money to get started and then to find out other companies are charging my credit card for things I never signed up for. Lesson I learned but was lazy this time, Should have went out and bought a prepaid credit card to purchase things you are not sure of that way they can only get a set amount of money.

  • bryan says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    i actually put all my card info in then read the fine print at the bottom, after seeing that i tried to close the page, it wouldn’t let me close the window without trying to get me to reconsider, after clicking OK it finally let me close the window, however i didn’t erase my card info and i’m kind of worried now. I mean these guys might take my money without having confirmation i don’t think their above any dirty tactics to make a buck. could my card info go through even though i closed the window?

  • Jeanne says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    How/Why does Google allow these people to use their name? Is there actually an affiliation?

  • Derwin Q. says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 9:29 am

    Thanks for giving everyone a heads up. Google home income marketing at a glanced seem authentic, however, i decidided to do some research and came across this site. Thank god I did before i signed up.

  • claire b says:

    December 1st, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    If you are looking for a work from home income and see the kellysmoneyblog, DO NOT think you are on a winner, it is the biggest con I have ever seen, it takes you through to a quick access page with GOOGLE advertised on it and asks for $1.95 for the starter pack with news of success stories. IT IS A SCAM and not what it says on the tin. I canceled and it was at that point I found out I wouldn’t have to pay the membership fee after free trial (which cost 1.95), which was $129.95 for life and then $39.98 per month for other unmentioned things. Stay a mile away from it.

    To anyone who has done this, is this all i will be charged or does the card cancellation apply??

  • ♥♥Raquel♥♥ says:

    November 30th, 2009 at 2:44 pm

    Wow. I tried entering in my info on the site that has the ABC and CNN logos on it, but for some reason it didnt accept my info.

    And after reading this and your posts, I am ESTATIC that it didnt work! God was trying to tell me something!


  • Johny says:

    November 29th, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    The web is a scammers playground !

  • Kima Borders says:

    November 27th, 2009 at 12:47 pm

    I found this review way too late. I have called and canceled. I read that a prior customer canceled and called the bank to suspend her card. Do I have to do that also? Just asking. I fell for it only because they were using the Google trademark in their ad. How can they do that and not get into trouble. I thought that is why we get trademarks so crooks can’t do this type of illegal practices. I wish I would have been more investigative. thank you for having this place to inform people.

  • Laurie says:

    November 26th, 2009 at 8:44 pm

    Like everyone before me, thank you. When I got to the second screen, I decided to be smart and check it out first. Seemed too coincidental that I was getting in on something less than 5 minutes before the offer ended. I went back to the first screen to delete my info and saw the timer had started again. Thought this might be a way to get off disability – thanks for helping me save what little I have.

  • Alice says:

    November 26th, 2009 at 6:28 pm

    Thanks for the information. I already wrote all my information and about to signed up but decided to researched more until i found this posting. I decided to discontinue…thanks a lot…

  • Tony says:

    November 26th, 2009 at 6:20 pm

    Why on earth would sign up for this ? do you send money to those people in Nigeria who email asking to put 1 million dollars in your bank account if you give them 3 thousand dollars first ?

    These scammers are selling information that can be obtained from Google for free

  • Kathleen says:

    November 25th, 2009 at 2:29 pm

    Thank you I almost did this but while I was looking for my credit card I read your posting. Thanks for the info.

  • Steven says:

    November 24th, 2009 at 9:25 pm

    They have now added a timer as added pressure to not think and read!

    Scam scam scam.

    Thanks for this post.

  • MARY says:

    November 24th, 2009 at 10:49 am

    Thank You, Thank you!! I almost fell for this one. I am happy I read this posting before I signed up. I lost my job and am very desperate for work and with all the endorsements this has been getting I almost fell for it. Again, thank you, thank you.

  • heATHER says:

    November 23rd, 2009 at 7:23 pm

    I just got screwed I called my bank and they already charged my account and wont refund my card I told them off and hope no one else gets screwed like me.

  • Tone' says:

    November 23rd, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    I was trying to get started, but my card was not working. So while I was going to wait and try another card I read your site. I’m glad I did.

  • Machovia says:

    November 22nd, 2009 at 12:12 am

    Thank God i read this because after reviewing Google home income I started wondering something isn’t right here..I was hesitant about giving my credit card info.. Then i started doing some more research..NO WAY they going to get me..

  • Donna Downing says:

    November 20th, 2009 at 7:05 pm

    I signed up tonight and canceled after reading your postings! America has enough scams without using trusted Web Site Programs to lure people who really want to work in. Thank You soo much!

  • Sue says:

    November 20th, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    I am eternally grateful for finding this review. I almost fell for the fake endorsements from ABC and CNN..

  • Mike says:

    November 20th, 2009 at 10:25 am

    Thank you for this important information! My wife and I were seriously considering doing this business. I read the fine print and understood the cost, but how the business worked was extremely vague. We both read the article and were pulled in by the personal story and the opportunity to make real money working for ourselves. I guess we were wrong. I’m glad I did some more research before investing! I will keep looking but will pass this one up. Thanks again!

  • Clint says:

    November 18th, 2009 at 7:56 pm

    I fell for this last night. Forgot to check them out first. Made the phone calls today and had several phone calls. I canceled and for good measure, I called my bank and had them suspend my card.

  • tina says:

    November 15th, 2009 at 10:14 pm

    thank you


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