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Monday, February 2, 2009 , , - these are fraud

Anonymous said... is a fraud
I don't know where my money went, but I sure didn't get my playstation 3. Can someone PLEASE HELP ME!!!!! I think the'yre located in Canada.

February 2, 2009 7:45 AM


  1. When it's too good to be true...
    I'm just surprised so many of them show up as gmail sponsored links!

  2. Yup, it's a scam. Google can't police all the scumbags who advertise with them, but they can remove them once you alert them. these bastards operate like a shell game -- renaming their website whenever they get nailed. It's like trying to stomp on roaches.

  3. Google is completely in the wrong here. I see this same ad pop up all the time, and it's ALWAYS using the name to forward to the new scam site.

    No matter how often I see the ad, no matter what the new name of the site is, I instantly know it's the same scam.

    As an adwords advertiser I know for a fact that google verifies every ad whenever a new ad is posted. If I can spot it in 5 minutes popping up over my Gmail, why doesn't google?

    Google is indirectly responsible for thousands of people being ripped off, but because the advertiser pays their bills, they do not try very hard to stop it, and I find that conduct reprehensible.

  4. OMG, thank you for the heads-up...I was just about to buy an iphone from them!!!


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