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Which network can you join that has those "Google Kit" free trial CPA offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by gobear2000, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. gobear2000

    gobear2000 Newbie

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    I am wondering where you can find those CPA trial business opportunity where you only pay like $1.97 shipping for Google Kit thing? It looks good since I heard they pay out like $32 for each conversion or something which seems like better than promoting those Acai Berry products, lol.

    Something that looks like:

    http://i30.tinypic.com/2zqxwcw.jpg

    I don't know what kind of offer that is exactly called anyways
     
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    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    Copeac, HydraNetwork, and MarketLeverage.
     
  3. TheDuke

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    I guess you can check on offervault and find out yourself which networks have those offers.
     
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    Many networks have, ads4dough, Clickbooth, etc etc
     
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    check out NB as well. some hot offers on there
     
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    many network have this offer ..i have seen in copeac and rocketprofit.
     
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    Yup, these offers are in virtually all networks 'cos they're really hot right now. Take your pick and I bet you'll find them.
     
  8. gobear2000

    gobear2000 Newbie

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    Thanks
    Just converted one already
    Its very good
    :)
     
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    Anyone know what exactly these kits offer? As in what method do they tell the person to do?
     
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    From what I've heard and experienced all they do is try and upsell you on other offers like coaching and you still make no money with it.
     
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    neverblue got rid of it. from what ive heard the google kit is catching heat from the ftc and google and getting sued. idk tho. if someone elose has the old google offer on nb let me know unless they blocked the offer on me which is highly unlikly
     
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    I hope it's not inappropriate of me to warn people about these things before you get too excited about it, but if you are talking about the company "Google Profits".. I signed up as a customer for $2.29 so that I could market it, and found that these people are really ruthless.. and that the true reason they can afford to pay out a lot to their affiliates because they automatically signup all their customers to "pay-by-the-month" trial offers that the customer has to "opt-out" of within 7 days if they dont want to get charged.

    A customer can only Opt-out of the offers by "Phone call Only".. as the email they send you with the "urls" is "DoNotReply@accessyourproduct.com" which bounces back anything that is sent to it.

    They provide a single email with the phone number to opt-out, a link to the "software download", the "offers" urls and give you your username and password to login to the sites -

    Bare in mind..

    (1) the logins they provided for all 3 of the above sites did not work

    (2) there is no contact information on 3 of the 4 sites - so you cannot "request" your login, even if you wanted to keep the offer, or to opt-out via email if you don't want to keep the offer

    (3) I'm not sure about other Internationals, but the phone number to opt-out also does not work for me when calling from Australia (The number is 1-888-216-4952) - I had no way of opting out, and had to close my credit card completely to stop the payments, as having to constantly let the bank know of the charge-backs was infuriating, and it was stressful worrying whether the bank was going to approve these charge-backs.

    Giving the "buyer" no way of opting out of these offers except that phone number, and automatically charging their card for those offers, ensures that these guys get at "least" the first month of opt-in payments..

    Network Agenda is the only one offering a way to contact them - a contact "form".. I tried the form out telling them the situation - they didn't opt me out, nor did they reply (.. and that was back in early July).

    From that measly $2.29 initial charge, they automatically had the cc info to opt you into the above 3 sites, and get $2.29 + $39.95 + $7.95 + $9.95 at least.. so they get $60.14 straight up from anyone who cannot get through to that phone number.

    Pretty easy then to pass $20-$30 over to their hard-working affiliates and whatever they pay the networks. Not everyone checks their CC debits regularly either, so they could even get a few months worth before people opt-out - assuming they know where they signed up from - I'm glad I don't delete signup emails as there were no further emails after that initial "thank you for purchasing" from any of the 4 sites involved)... and it would've been very difficult to work out where these charges had come from if I had not hunted down that initial email.

    If you have any ethics at all, you will stay away from that particular offer, or at least create your own - much better product - in a reputable way so as not to cause all of your customers to be disgruntled ones.

    See also "http://www.google.com.au/search?q=google+profits+scam" and "http://www.google.com/search?q=google+profits+scam" for more information from other furious customers.. some of which claim to have never received the first email, therefore had no way of knowing where any of the charges were coming from or that they need to dial a number to "opt-out".

    I never received a physical product from them, no cd, etc either, but maybe that's just people in the USA.. I did get the download link.

    There really is noone out there saying "this product is awesome" except the poor CPA affiliates who have either not signed up themselves, so they don't know any better about what they are really marketing, or are from a particular area where the phone number actually works for them to opt-out. I also cannot imagine anyone seriously wanting to stay subscribed to any of them.. why would they?

    I just found a similar one.. "Growing Rich with Google" .. (could be same company, who knows, they are everywhere now under all sorts of combinations of "Google Kit", etc.. These guys charge $1.95 + S&H.. then $39.95/month.. and the trials..

    http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/growing-rich-with-google-google-money-profit-c37475.html

     
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