Last updated on November 21st, 2015
Only 10 days ago, I published a few screenshots taken from the hilarious scamster website called Startup Biz Kit or Quick Google Cash – or something – the point being that we never seem to know what their true name is! The posting is here: Is This the New Google Treasure?
(Pond slime repeated for emphasis!)
Today, I Feel Truly Honoured!
Anyway, I thought I’d do a quick test to see if the link to securecartcenter.com , , is still alive – It IS!
But it now points to this web-page, which is different to the original:
Previously, I’d complained that I wanted to earn $944 a day as they only offered $943 (hey, we’ve all got to have targets, haven’t we?). Obviously, the GoogleConsters have been paying attention because they’ve upped the ante to…………$978 per day, along with a new name called Fast Cash with Google!
This is truly a great honour, and I mean that most sincerely. I didn’t know they cared. Why has lil’ ol’ me made such an impact.
I don’t think this change was made in haste or design. They were extremely careful to say “*Google™ does not endorse or sponsor this site and is in no way affiliated with FastCash or Google ATM.” As usual, CNN, Yahoo, ABC etc don’t bear a mention. It’s just part of the ‘system’ that they have.
Just remember boys. If you are watching me, the Feds are watching you – and they don’t always knock at the front door! Har bloody Har.
As I said in reply to Polly here, and re-iterated by @Not Kevin, the terms and conditions are completely without merit.
This is because the websites and the various links that point to them move around and change. In this way, there is no justification for relying on any terms and conditions, because the very foundation of the financial structure they created by these companies, shifts and changes relentlessly.
These two examples above – from the same starting point, absolutely prove this.
The charlatan dis-ingenuousness of these people has no bounds.