Google tips to steer clear of money scams

Don’t fall to traps like “Google would pay her thousands of dollars to work from home with no experience required,” if you see these kind of offer, beware, Google is not affiliated with these sites and that they may add extra charges to your credit card or misuse your personal information, when you subscribe. However, scams […]

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Don’t fall to traps like “Google would pay her thousands of dollars to work from home with no experience required,” if you see these kind of offer, beware, Google is not affiliated with these sites and that they may add extra charges to your credit card or misuse your personal information, when you subscribe. However, scams target many companies and appear in various places around the web, so we all need to work cooperatively.” “ If you've been ripped off, or suspect, report the site and file a complaint. Or  If you've been contacted to place suspicious links on your site for money, let Google know with paid link report form. Or If you receive suspicious messages that claim to be from Google, these may be phishing attempts. Please report them to phishing@google.com,” explain Google blog.

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