Google Cash Club/Twitter Profit House

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by dollface, Jun 29, 2009.

  1. dollface

    dollface New Member

    Hello Everyone,

    I just got an email from LDI Careers, looks like this:

    http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v478/sexsiangel/?action=view&current=googlecashclub .jpg

    So I click on Tribune Monthly (oval outlined) and am directed to this page: http://www.tribunemonthly.com/ . and read through it. Almost sounds too good to be true.

    I go back to my email to check something and notice the Twitter Job link (oblong outlined) so I click on that and am directed to this page: http://www.twitteronlineprofit.com/twitter-profit-house.php

    Now if you compare the 2 links, they both have similar page setups and both have the same browser/page titles: "Is Working Online At Home The Next Gold Rush?" The 2 links also have the same Read Responses at the bottom of the page. The only thing I see different is for Google Cash Club you pay $1 for shipping and Twitter Profit House you pay $1.95 for shipping. I'm thinking scam since they have the same writing except the names of moms who found this wonderful opportunity.

    Anyways, on the Tribune Monthly page I click on their Google link and I get redirected to an affiliate link, but here is the unaffiliated link: http://easyspeedymoney.com/

    I've clicked on the Twitter link and it produces a different looking website and a completely different url.

    So what does everyone think? Have I already answered my own question?
     
  2. Nathan

    Nathan New Member

    I've seen several so called opportunities that use popular website names like google. These are all made by the same person and so are all the ads you see promoting them. I've seen several so called news articles and they all look the same. My point is if you come across a so called opportunity claiming to be from a popular company. If the link doesn't take you to the actual website that is owned and operated by that company. Do not trust it, these are scams using big company names and tricky terms and agreements to con people into joining. These people have been known for taking large amounts of money out of peoples accounts without warning. All justified under terms of service that they agree to when they sign-up. Do not fall for it!!
     
  3. ya you have given the right answer to your question these all are belonging to affiliate marketing and these are tricks to fool people
     
  4. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi dollface,

    Listen to you gut. It sounds suspicious to me.

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  5. dollface

    dollface New Member

    Thanks everyone! That's what I thought [​IMG] Hope this thread helps others of these darn traps!
     

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