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Google Pay Day Review
Date Added: 5/22/2009     Reviewer: KimberlyAW
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Company Name: JRS Media Solutions
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Google Pay Day Description

Google Pay Day has been introduced as an income generating system using online affiliate marketing through Google AdWords. However, the program is not in any way directly linked to Google Inc. But it is primarily aimed at making its users earn money through the pay-per-click revenue system of Google AdWords. Anyone could still make use of AdWords even without the intervention of Google Pay Day, though the latter claims to make it easier and more effective.

Google Pay Day Detailed Overview

Google is facilitating earning opportunities through the search engine’s own Google AdSense and Google AdWords programs. There are other businesses and entities that aim to take a share of Google’s lucrative prospects. Google Pay Day is one of the programs that are aimed at helping people generate income through using the popular search engine as a tool.

Is Google Pay Day a scam? Many reviews have given the program the chance to prove that it is not a scheme to defraud unsuspecting online users. But there are many evidences that further propel the suspicion. First, Google Pay Day has immediately changed its name from Earn Google Cash. Second, the program, in its terms and conditions section, has revealed being a non-US company. The contact address it gave directs to JRS Media Solutions, located at a building somewhere in Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines. Several readers, who claim being victimized, assert that the business does not exist.

If reviewers would be more kind to dismiss allegations that Google Pay Day is a scam, they would surely assert that at least, the program is a scheme to defraud people. If you would decide to sign up to use Google Pay Day, you would be asked to pay a minimal $1.95 for a 14-day trial period. This could be the center of the program’s deception. The trial period, according to its users, start from the day you signed up, not on the day you received your copy of access to the package. Thus, you would lose track of trial days.

Failure to cancel the trial account within the specified time frame would automatically make you pay $39.85 on monthly Web hosting services. This Web hosting fee is very impractical because anyone could already buy a domain at just about $8 to $10. Worse, a one-time $129.85 fee would also be automatically charged to your credit card. If you fail to cancel your membership for still some months, you could still be paying up to $450 for the entire year.

As if the above-mentioned schemes are still not enough, you would be taken into yet another nightmare. Reviewers point that most victims complain about Google Pay Day’s inability to provide a real cancelation telephone number. You have to spend some time finding out ways to finally cut your link to the program.

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Google Pay Day Reputation

I did a Gogole search to find out what others are talking. According to the reviews, Google Pay Day could give you information about online businesses and affiliate marketing. But again, be reminded that you could actually learn and find all of that information for free across the Internet. In the end, reviews are of the same opinion that everyone should stay away from this seemingly deceptive online program.

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Googlepayday profitable investment?

Despite of the huge publicity around googlepayday.com, the results are not as great as they are drawn. Let’s see the fact around this ‘miracle software’. First, there is a sign up-fee. A couple of bucks gives you a 2 week trial of the software. Second, the total cost of this money-making method is expensive. In order to get the full membership, a payment of $39.85 per month plus a sunk cost of $129.85 is needed. Nonetheless, the average gain from using it in a year is a couple of hundred dollars. So at the end it is not a profitable investment at all!
 
 


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avatar   by Lacliy on May 5, 2011 at 7:48 PM CST

 
 
 
Got my refund!

Thank God I was finally able to get my refund after weeks of waiting. I used an Amex card when I signed up for Google Pay Day. They billed me the monthly fee before the expiration of the trial, but I was able to wrestle with them thanks to American Express chargeback. Google Pay Day is just ok for a trial (inexpensive), but once you've gotten the hang of it, don't bother signing up for the monthly subscription. Also, be sure your credit card company handles chargebacks well.
 
 


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avatar   by jevans7 on October 17, 2010 at 7:01 PM CST

 
 
 
Beware, This is a scam

I tried this a few months ago thinking I could actually make some decent cash with it. I got it for a trial price or something like that of $1.97 I believe, it was the worst nearly $2 I have ever spent. They were supposed to offer live tech help when I needed it, well they did, only I could never get through.

I canceled the service quickly and thank god I did because I soon read on to find out that people were being charged almost $40 right before, and after canceling. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
 
 


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avatar   by HeatherBabii on March 9, 2010 at 12:40 PM CST

 
 
 
Waste of time and 100% scam

I remember first falling prey to Google Pay Day almost two years ago. I was searching for ways to make money with Google and this showed up. Since it was a measly $1.95 trial fee to get started, I signed up and hoping to receive my package within three days as specified. I did not receive anything, so just before the week ended I decided to cancel my account and to my surprise I couldn't get through the telephone number that they provided.

I quickly checked my credit card statement and found they charged me $39.95 just after 48 hours when I signed on the trial offer! I was fuming with anger and ultimately I had to change my credit card details and I've never been able to recover my money. I went to ripoff.com to post my story and found that they were over 1,456 complaints against them so I just left it, but it still hurts me that I've never had my money back.

Don't be fooled with this one. It's not part of Google, just a group of scam artists who've found the perfect way of deceiving people. Don't waste your time on this as you will lose your money.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by jellymonty on January 21, 2010 at 2:49 PM CST

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Im glad I didnt get charged for this

I saw this program through a content ad on a well reputable affiliate marketing site. Thinking that it was legit, I clicked-through and read the sales page and pretty appealing testimonials. I was happy that it was "free" and just had to pay shipping and handling. The S&H charge was right around my budget! After paying for it, the 'kit' was supposed to be mailed to me within 3 or 4 weeks. First off that's a ridiculous amount of time to wait for a kit. Second of all, about 4 days later, I saw a post on one of my favorite forums warning people of the Google Pay Day scam that's been going on. After reading the thread I was scared out of my mind, they said that they were going to charge me 300 bucks after the 4 week waiting period! Needless to say, I tried to contact customer support for a refund and couldn't get through to anyone. I ended up getting a new card before they could charge me anything else. I don't believe that this thing is actually going on, I thought it was official because of the "google" name in the product title. Wouldn't that be considered Rights Infringement on google?
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by areevez on December 21, 2009 at 11:29 PM CST

 
 
 
Yes this is a scam

I too fell for this scam. I paid my $1.98. I never received anything from them so I forgot about it until all of a sudden there were all kinds of charges on my card. I tried to find a number to call or an email address. I could never find one. I ended up just canceling my card.

The lessoned learned is read the fine print before putting in any credit card information.
 
 


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avatar   by JennyMarie on August 7, 2009 at 9:22 PM CST

 
 
 
Horrible...

I have used this service, it seemed legit at first, but boy was I seriously mistaken! A lot of people will fall for this SCAM because it apparently has "Google" in the name. Do not fall for it. There is very little (or even no) customer service. I have never been able to get in contact with a customer service representative. The fees are ridiculous, compared to the quality of this service. Luckily, I had canceled my service before they could charge me again. DON'T EVEN BOTHER WITH THIS ONE!
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by MurderGorgeous on July 19, 2009 at 10:54 PM CST

 
 
 
This is not Google!

Google Pay Day is not Google, it is a scam! Many will fall for it because it has the name Google in it! After you sign up and pay for the shipping, they charge hidden extra fees. This is a scam, and I am glad to have gotten away before I was out too much money.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by Starrywonder on July 13, 2009 at 10:03 PM CST

 
 
 
NOT Google! Just Greedy!

I fell for this SCAM about a year ago and actually signed up, paid the $1.98 shipping with my debit card and THEN (like an idiot), started reading the 'Terms' (located at the bottom of the site in tiny letters) and was horrified to see all the 'extra' fees that I was going to be charged.

I immediately started trying to contact customer service and cancel my 'subscription' and was NEVER able to connect with a person. No valid email. No valid phone number. No valid address. Not listed on any business information site.

All I could think of was losing a bunch of money because of my own stupidity. After two days of trying to reach someone I finally ended up calling my bank and telling them the problem. They said they were starting to get more and more calls from clients regarding this scam and the easiest way to solve it was to cancel my card and issue a new one. I agreed. I was lucky. I escaped before I lost more than $1.98.

Now I ALWAYS READ THE TERMS BEFORE I even think of signing up for anything.
 
 


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avatar   by Lorcalon on June 29, 2009 at 10:41 PM CST

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Google Easy?

I didn't find anything really helpful about this program. I was also, until reading another review, not aware of more charges to come. That was a very helpful piece of information and explains a charge to my checking account I did not understand. People beware and read all the fine print. Know and understand what you are getting in to.
 
 


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avatar   by ranna on June 29, 2009 at 5:41 PM CST

 
 
 
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