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Old 01-27-2009, 08:20 PM
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I san fix that! We can do their trick. We can just copy and paste all the previous complaints that have been posted before. As such: To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.




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Old 01-27-2009, 08:25 PM
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To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.

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Old 01-27-2009, 08:31 PM
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Re: BEWARE of Google Money Tree

80 Guests viewing this blog... Hmmm... Interesting. Wouldn't think there would be that many if there wasn't a scam involved. Makes you think....

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Old 01-27-2009, 08:33 PM
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Question, I hope you do not mind me reposting your work every time that a-hole posts his crap

To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.
To intentionally mislead people by not announcing there are other charges that apply when the person fills out their information is SCAMMING!! And the STUPID 7 day cancellation period?? By the time people realize that you are NOT sending the cd out, it is way past the 7 days. That is another scam techniqe! AND to all the other people reading this, You CAN get ALL this information on the internet, completely 100% FREE. No shipping charges! No credit card! No debit card. GMT is taking advantage of the fact that not everyone knows this. If you want to sell products online, contact the companies directly. They will be happy to help you any way they can.

By John Breyault, Vice President of Public Policy, Telecommunications and Fraud
"The good folks at the BBB told us that Google Money Tree does not have a valid business license and that they began receiving complaints about the business in November 2008, which is incidentally around the same time that our Fraud Center began receiving complaints as well (are we surprised?)".
"Google Money Tree has an “F” rating with the BBB"
"Internet companies like Google are respected names, scam artists frequently make use of their names to try and associate themselves with such companies’ good reputations".

If GMT wasn't a scam, nobody would be coming to this site as well as numerous other sites complaining. There would only be one maybe two complaints filed with Southern Nevada BBB from disgruntled customers. Not the larger amount they have received. The Federal Trade Commission would not have GMT listed as a scam if it was not a scam.

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Old 01-27-2009, 08:51 PM
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Yes this is not a legit program I lost money!

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Old 01-27-2009, 08:59 PM
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Question, I hope you do not mind me reposting your work every time that a-hole posts his crap.
Not at all!! We'll fight fire with fire. That is "spam with spam". Although at the same time it would be better to update our re-post with more information. More reports of this scam. As well as information to help people identify a product or company as a scam. Like the company in question on this forum for instance: Start with the companies name. "Google money tree" Ok, we all know "Google" is a pretty darn good internet search engine. Been in buisness for many years. Go to Google.com and look on their site to see if the company you may be interested in, "Google Money Tree" in this case, and see if Google is associated with it. (Google Money Tree is in NO WAY associated with Google search engine) That would be your first clue. Also, do a search for the company via Yahoo, Google, and see if there are any complaints from people about them. I'm SORRY! I know this info may be too late in helping people just coming to this site, but there is hope. Just remember this.. sounds too good to be true?... IT IS!!

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Old 01-27-2009, 09:22 PM
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You whiney sniffling spoiled brat with a OVERINFLATED ego!! Do you really think for one miniscule of a moment that we came to this site to get help from you??!!? How arrogant,you self centered hippocrate! WE do not need help from you!! Did you EVER think that if you stopped with the name calling bullying tactics and just posted a simple response each time stating that you can help people get their money refunded, and stopped degrading the other people here, we would not interfere. But ALL you are doing is posting a HUGE ignorant rant just to keep people from seeing the negative aspect of doing buisness with GMT. Why don't you spend your time here HELPING people. You are stating that you are here to do that correct? Then DO IT! Don't worry about what is being posted here! The people that want help will definitely come across your statement to help. And if they want YOUR help, they will contact you via PM as you have requested. But you aren't intelligent enough to do that. Instead, you want to cry, #@** and moan about everyone else. Get over yourself. You are not SPECIAL. You claim to want to help. PLEASE DO! But those of us that want to discuss our bad experiences and opinions and facts about scam artist companies, have a right to do so without being threatened with a lawsuit or being called everything but human. WE ARE NOT COMPETITORS OF GMT!!! There is nothing to compete against! Competing against GMT is like arm wrestling a 2 year old. NO CHALLENGE AT ALL!


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Old 01-27-2009, 10:03 PM
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ItsEasyTooFixThis I tried to PM you and as I expected you've blocked pm from me. Can't say that I blame you. So what I was trying to send you I will post here. Please read it. It is not an attempt to argue or bicker. I offer a cease fire.:
Look, if you stop the spamming of this forum and shorten your posts to the length that is takes to explain your statements of being able to help people and I for one will stop similar actions. We, or at least I will stop referring negatively about your attempts to help people. Since I can not prove that you are in fact helping people or not, I must and will give you the benifit of the doubt. If I am to mention anything at all about your purpose on this site, and you agree to the cease fire, then I WILL NOT make any negative comments about you being here to help. Lets drop this back and forth bs for the simple fact that viewers to this site have the right to seek a refund if they wish and I will no longer take part of preventing that. If your intentions are true and heartfelt then PLEASE continue to help those that seek it. Please consider it. It is selfish of us to do this juvenile crap because it is making it harder for the people that want a refund, to find your offer to help.

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Old 01-27-2009, 11:29 PM
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To follow up comment I want to reiterate that it appears he is ONLY asking for the person's first name, city, and state - not anything crazy like their SSN or CC#s.

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Old 01-27-2009, 11:49 PM
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To follow up comment I want to reiterate that it appears he is ONLY asking for the person's first name, city, and state - not anything crazy like their SSN or CC#s.
True! I just hope ItsEasyTooFixThis or someone that said they received a refund would be willing to answer this: When they contact ItsEasyTooFixThis via pm, is that all the info needed to process the refund? Just name and city/state? Do they have to provide their account or routing number again, or does ItsEasyTooFixThis access that info by the name city/state? Answering that can remove ABSOLUTELY any doubt about ItsEasyTooFixThis' refund offer. If ItsEasyTooFixThis can access the bank account the refund is issued to by just a name city/state proves without a doubt that the offer and ability to help is honest and true.

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Old 01-27-2009, 11:55 PM
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Logging off for the night. Have a meeting in the morning. ItsEasyTooFixThis, my offer of a cease fire still stands. Please consider and respond. Good Night To All!!

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Old 01-28-2009, 12:07 AM
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ITSEASYTOFIXTHIS:

First of all, I am not a competitor of GMT. Second, acting like a spoiled first grader does not win you any friends. This posting in triplicate, and now God knows how many times you repeated yourself with large bold red font is childish. By doing this you lose credibility.

My hats off to you for providing refunds. It is just strange for a company to have one of its employees handle refunds on a website when their own customer service department does everything in its power not to provide refunds.

As far as GMT is concerned, it has violated the five tenants of the legal definition of fraud; And that is just in their refund policy statement. The only question left to be answered is how long before GMT is shut down by the Feds.

Just remember, contrary to what you say; you are responding by your C&P post. You can continue to provide refunds ignoring this post, or you can spam my post with 8 or more repeating statements in big bold red font. The choice is yours.
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Old 01-28-2009, 02:49 AM
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This is my first attempt at a posting and googlemoneytree has provided the inspiration.
January 12, 2009 I provided my credit card number for the shipping of a "kit" for a one time charge of $3.88. I thought the "trial" period would start after the "kit" arrived.
January 19, 2009 a charge of seventy- two dollars and twenty-one cents was applied to my card. I had not even noticed the charge spelled out in the terms and conditions of the agreement and had no intention of signing up for an ongoing subscription to a web site. I figured the trial period would start after the kit arrives and didn't even look at the website. After noticing the seventy-two dollar charge I called the phone number on 1/27/09 for a refund which was an exercise in frustration. I was told that there would be no refund beyond the seven days and the manager would only tell me the same thing so he would not waste his time with me. Thanks for the forum to help me document this experience, hopefully some body will benefit.

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I assure you that is all of the information i gave to Itseasytofixthis; name, city, and state. I recieved a refund, i was completely suprised that it was that easy after battleing with the customer service a day before. That person really does give you your money back. I dont think you are going to get any help from the customer service, i would hope that this would make them want to improve that if they are to stay in business but thats them. I do not have any ties with GMT except that i felt like they unfairly took my money as most of you do. I hope you all find the help you are looking for.



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Old 01-28-2009, 10:46 AM
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I assure you that is all of the information i gave to Itseasytofixthis; name, city, and state. I recieved a refund, i was completely suprised that it was that easy after battleing with the customer service a day before. That person really does give you your money back. I dont think you are going to get any help from the customer service, i would hope that this would make them want to improve that if they are to stay in business but thats them. I do not have any ties with GMT except that i felt like they unfairly took my money as most of you do. I hope you all find the help you are looking for.
THANK YOU!!!! That is what me and other users here needed verification of. ItsEasyTooFixThis, I apologize to you for my posts bashing your intentions on this forum. I will no longer dispute that you ARE here to help with getting people refunds. Again, I apologize to ItsEasyTooFixThis for posting negative comments about you helping. Those statements were untrue and if I could, I would delete them from this forum.
I still believe that the TOS are misleading as to what people are actually agreeing to. That can be solved by displaying A $72 charge in numbers instead of spelling it out. Think about it, everything on the internet is WORDS. After a while of reading page after page those words start to blend together. The statement about being sued by GMT uses numbers to announce the $ amount you will be sued for. Use that technique in the entire TOS. Prospective customers will be drawn towards that information by default. The human race can identify numbers faster than words.

aeeiesr$etyyuioootfe$re
oi$$eear$eeo$nnm$trcc
ee$e$ietrss$4.68aesrtr
aeeio$easttcr$yiijiiftrss
eeai$eb$dyttrs$e$eio$u
eaei$$estr$oiotreeae$iou
iiee$rtro$iiujc$ba$s$$e$o

Above, you more than likely seen $4.68. But you may had to look twice or more to see the other.

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I signed up with G.M. T. but didn't go through with it. They're affliates of several grant sites and shopping membership services, most of which were scams. Thanks for the further info though!

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Old 01-28-2009, 11:11 AM
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This is my first attempt at a posting and googlemoneytree has provided the inspiration.
January 12, 2009 I provided my credit card number for the shipping of a "kit" for a one time charge of $3.88. I thought the "trial" period would start after the "kit" arrived.
January 19, 2009 a charge of seventy- two dollars and twenty-one cents was applied to my card. I had not even noticed the charge spelled out in the terms and conditions of the agreement and had no intention of signing up for an ongoing subscription to a web site. I figured the trial period would start after the kit arrives and didn't even look at the website. After noticing the seventy-two dollar charge I called the phone number on 1/27/09 for a refund which was an exercise in frustration. I was told that there would be no refund beyond the seven days and the manager would only tell me the same thing so he would not waste his time with me. Thanks for the forum to help me document this experience, hopefully some body will benefit.
ItsEasyTooFixThis has been here helping get people refunds from GMT. Do yourself a favor and click on that users name and send a pm to that person. It seems you only need to send your name and city/state. Please do one thing?? We need more posts here stating that that user is getting people their refunds. Please come back to this forum and let us know how it went?. You may have read from earlier posts that there were doubts about the refund claim. The doubts were formed as a result of a couple factors. One, all of us doubters were and are still upset about this whole thing. Second, I can only speak for myself on this, I refused to believe that someone on this forum that represents a company that has numerous complaints about them, was here to help anyone. It now seems that I am wrong in that belief. We need more statements on this site showing that refunds were issued. I've posted yesterday that everyone has the right to seek help for issues like this and I will no longer take part in the spamming game that went on here yesterday. It prevents people that are trying to resolve their issues with GMT from doing so. Let us know if you persue a refund and if so, what info did you have to supply to get it.
I read the post about the info they had to provide, we just need more posts stating how it went for them.

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Old 01-29-2009, 08:51 AM
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Re: BEWARE of Google Money Tree

I was to one of the many that got it socked to me with GMT. I did email the person yesterday to see if maybe they could help me, but I guess they really got tired of all of the BS that they were having to deal with. I know that 72.21 doesn't seem like alot of money to alot of you but when you are struggling to make ends meet because you have lost your job thats alot of money. So I just wanted to say to the person that was helping others, Thank you, its nice to know that you helped the people that you did. You never know the situation that people are in. To the others that were slamming them you should be ashamed of yourselves for acting that way. What if it was you and you really needed that money..Think about it next time..
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