Google Home Income Scam
The Google Home Income Scam is probably the most insidious scam operating today. It's all smoke and mirrors, made to look like reputable news outlets and websites have investigated and found the system to be effective. If you've seen the scam, then you know they say that for just $1.95 shipping, you will get the information you need to start work. Easy enough, right? You have five days to cancel. You haven't even received the disc in five days, so there goes that option.
They immediately start billing you $59.95 per month, plus they enroll you in two other memberships which cost $14.95 and $9.95 per month. Therefore, people who are barely making ends meet to begin with are now out $84.85, in addition to the $1.95. All of this has probably decimated their bank account if they used a debit card.
The best thing a person can do to avoid the Google Home Income Scam is to investigate true work-at-home options. The only thing you need to keep in mind when it comes to earning at home is that it's free. Nobody should ever be charging you for a freelance or job opportunity. There are too many sites out there that are free, and will accumulate the information for you. Google "work at home blogs" or "wahm forums" for instance. "Freelance work sites" is another option. If your forte is writing, google "submission requirements" and a plethora of sites will be available to you.
There is no good reason anybody should be responding to the Google Home Income Scam as long as they remember the old adage: "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is."