Scott’s Money Blog SCAM – Jessica’s Money Blog SCAM, Corey Money Blog SCAM, Mary’s and More Make Money Blog Pitching Google Money Profits Stealing Money from Customer’s Credit Cards…
My husband just used my laptop, and when he handed it back to me, a fake scam ad for Scott’s Money Blog had popped up. How much do these scamsters pay for these ads and thru whom are the likes of Scott’s Money Blog and Jessica’s and Mary’s and all these other fakers claiming you’ll only pay $2.95 or whatever for Google Fast Cash or Google Money Profit or whatever other name they’re naming the scams now.
I made sure to ask my husband which sites he visited — and he said Yahoo.com and Chase.com — and it amazes me that these people stealing money (sometimes they work from overseas) are making SO much money hand over foot that they have the funds to run MORE ads to STEAL MORE MONEY from unsuspecting online consumers by running their pop-up ads on large websites, daily no doubt.
I’m going to look into exactly how much it costs to run pop-up ads on Yahoo and other popular websites, but for now, let me explain how the scams work.
Don’t give these “Jessica’s” or “Scott’s” or “Mary’s” Money Blogs your credit card numbers! They’re stealing money!
The scam is that they entice you with Photoshopped checks and real-sounding stories of success just to get your debit or credit card number.
Then they’ll hit you with $50 or $80 or whatever bucks per month — based on some small print of Terms and Conditions they’ve got somewhere buried in their site. And if you try and cancel, they won’t refund all the money — or they won’t answer the phone.
So if you’ve been duped by these “Money Blogs,” I recommend you cancel your credit card immediately
They are scammers who don’t care about stealing. But God will get them in the end.
In the meantime, leave a comment if you come across a new scam with the info of what names they are going under now.
It appears these scammers have been pitching kits like “Easy Google Profits” or whatever for years now — since at least 2007 or maybe even before, but plenty of people still hadn’t heard of them. I only truly got hip to what they were doing this year, in 2009.
But Google “Internet Crimes” and report the sites to the FBI — and write about it, talk about it and warn everyone you can not to fork over any credit card numbers unless it’s to reputable websites you trust.