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Have you heard Google Adwork Making Money Online? Home Workers pays $373 a day or more?


Whaddya know if this is a scam or genuine make me rich business? I've read this from various websites with this work from home and make money using Google Adwork. And some of our website visitors asking if this is a legitimate work from home business. So I sit down and search for answer.


First I've got this link http://www.weekly-reports.com/finance/?id=cv from a user (owner of Salvadoreno.org website)  where it seems to look a professional website. Reading the article will make you believe it's a genuine offer and feel that you can do it too. Hold your horses, let me share you what I found about this website. I run a quick check of the domain name, it was only registered last September 9, 2009 (history http://www.netstumble.com/component/targetdomain/?task=get&id=357) and if you visit the main website access denied.


The sign-up process is really simple according to the website. Join Google Adwork to fill out one form. When you click the link, it will open another page to check if you qualify. The qualification process is to type your name, email address and phone number. Viola! you are qualified. What the heck?

And then you will be redirected to another web page regarding details of kit e.g. Google Home Income Kit, Online Tutorial, Unlimited Customer Support, Processing and Activation Fee. In this page, you will also require to pay the $0.99 for your expedited shipping, for you can start instantly. You said, Wow! only $0.99 to spend and make money between $209-$909 a day. I'm not sure why $200 to $900, what's up with the $9? That's probably part of the trick here.

To make it more convincing you will see "As Seen and Trusted by:" the following TV Stations and well known website brands.


I almost in to this Start Making Money with Google, then I read the terms of condition. You need to click the image to see the bigger text for you to read it.

Just to summarize the Terms and Disclosures. By submitting this form, I am ordering the Click Money CD and trial membership for $.99 S&H. After the 7 day trial, I will be charged $59.95 a month thereafter if I do not cancel. I also agree to the 14 day and 21 day bonus trials to the Fast Grants Members Site and Network Agenda for $14.95 and $9.95 a month thereafter, should I choose not to cancel.

Let's recap the payment involve here:
$00.99 for Click Money CD, 7 days trial membership and S&H
$59.95 per month for membership
$14.95 for Fast Grants Members Site per month  (after 14 days trial)
$9.95 for Network Agenda per month (after 21 days trial)
If you don't cancel after 21 days of trial period, they will automatically charge you $84.85 per month. This is not cool. You know how hard to cancel a subscription from these companies, don't even try.

So I searched for answer from Yahoo website and found this website:
http://www.reviewopedia.com/google-adwork.htm. In his website, a different amount of $2.95 S&H and $79.90 monthly service fees.

Here's another one from ehow.com website:
http://www.ehow.com/how_5322042_figure-workathome-google-adwork-scam.html

Use your favorite search engine, search for "Google Adwork" you will be surprise what you will find out.

Conclusion: DON'T DO IT...

If you want to make money online, check Google Adsense or Yahoo Publisher.

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