Kabateck sues Google for Fraudalent Ads charging?

Kabateck Brown Kellner of U.S. District Court, Northern District of Carolina in San Jose, filed a federal class action lawsuit against Google for apparently charging customers for ads that they don’t want to. “This debunks Google’s carefully cultivated image, Google is hurting its customers on two fronts. Google is not only taking money out of customers’ […]

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Kabateck Brown Kellner of U.S. District Court, Northern District of Carolina in San Jose, filed a federal class action lawsuit against Google for apparently charging customers for ads that they don’t want to.


“This debunks Google’s carefully cultivated image, Google is hurting its customers on two fronts. Google is not only taking money out of customers’ pockets, it’s derailing their advertising strategies as well.”

“Ads on third-party sites are widely-acknowledged to be far less effective (and therefore less valuable to the advertiser) than ads on Google.com. Google, of course, still profits greatly from these ads.”

Source:→ SEJ

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