Check out the very latest Facebook ads for the work at home program at kevinsmoneytree.org. I’m not sure if these ads and sites keep changing because they are getting banned from Facebook and the scammers keep putting up new ones, or if they just keep rotating the part time job ads in the hopes of catching people who might have caught on to the scam before. Very likely it’s to avoid articles like this one which call out their tricks so they change names and keep going. Anyway, today we’re talking about one Mr Kevin Collins.
Married, to Samantha no less. Interesting that he welcomes you to his work from home secrets site KevinsMoneySecrets.com in his posting, even though he’s now at kevinsmoneytree. I suspect he got chased up a Google Money Tree by a mob of screaming angry scammed consumers and thus changed his site name. He has a double get rich quick scheme for you.
Google Money System Scam
The first from Google Money System which is the same scam we exposed in our article on Google Kits, Google Cash, and Google Money Tree Scams, just now under the name Google Money System. Click on it and you go to secure.emillionaireinstitute.com where if you give them your credit card you’ll see three different monthly charges appear for 39.95, 24.95, and 12.95, plus various 2.95 fees on top. Good luck canceling those.
Obama Government Grant Scam
The second is pretty much the same scam, offering info on government grants that can easily be had for free else where. Click on the Obama Secure Grant Now link and you’re brought to a site called www.federalgovernmentgrantsolutions.com where you’ll also be scammed out of various montly fees. Same thing we exposed in our article on Obama Government Grant Scam Ads, just slightly different pictures. It’s going to take the Feds months or years to track down and stop these people, and even if they do, once they take it, you’ll never see the money they took from you again. The only thing to do is warn everyone you can not to fall for it. Here is what you can do to help:
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- File a Complaint to the ICCC (Internet Crime Complaint Center) at ic3.gov.