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Work-From-Home Scams: Google Pays Me Per Hour and Earning Per Month

Date: January 07, 2014 11:16 PM - Views: 7,963 - Comments: 6
Work-From-Home Scams: Google Pays Me Per Hour and Earning Per Month

There are fake Google "Work-from-Home" advertisements claiming that you can work anywhere from $129 to $173 per hour. These advertisements are not associated with nor endorsed by Google. The fake advertisements will take you to bogus work-from-home websites.

A List of the Google Pays Me per Hour/Month Work-From-Home Scams

Google Pays Me per Hour/Month Work-From-Home Advertisement Scams Google Pays Me per $160 Hour

  • "Google pays me $160 per hour", Google has blessed me with an opportunity to work from home earning $15,000 per month
  • "Google pays me $129 per hour"
  • "Google blessed me with a $4900 a month income!"
  • "Google pay me $173 an hour"
  • "Google pays me $127 in an hour"
  • “Google pays me $76 an Hour”
  • “Google has blessed me with a $7,300 job at home”
  • "Google Pays Me $67 an Hour"
  • "Google pays me $150/Hour"

Clicking on any of these advertisements will take you to a fake work-from-home website:

Work-From-Home Scam  website

This is where the scammers ask you for payment. To appear even more legitimate, a short clip of a CNBC video, about a mother who successfully started working from home, is placed on this website.

Do not click on the advertisements, order anything from these websites, or submit your personal information to them. There are a lot of fake work-from-home programs on the internet, so keep your eyes peeled.

For a list of other fake work-from-home scams, please click here.

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  • Anonymous: 1 week, 2 days ago

    But can you tell me , is there any source to work and earn from internet? ~


  • Anonymous: 2 weeks, 3 days ago

    I signed up for one of such group last year although I never send cash but since then im being bombaded by emails from other similar groups.

    I think they seem to be sharing/selling these email addreses to bidders.I've tried signing out their from their email but they multiply it instead. ~


  • Anonymous: 4 months, 1 week ago

    My question is that, is it true google pays in any way? ~


    • info: 4 months, 1 week ago

      Google doesn't have a work-from-home program, which these scammers claim. ~


  • Anonymous: 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for informing that these are fake advertisements and not from Google. But why can't Google do MORE? persons sending and posting these advertisement can be caught given the advancement in technology. This information should be all over the internet!

    I also notice that the number of persons who have read is very low. Perhaps these fake advertisements are still wildly galloping on the internet even with this disclaimer from Google. That's bad. ~


  • Anonymous: 5 months, 3 weeks ago

    God bless you every one of you ~


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