Sneaky Google Sneaky creator Nick Marks and the Google Sneaky review flood!

So you’ve probably seen a lot of hype for Nick Marks’ product Google Sneaky and you’ve probably come across a Google Sneaky reivew or two already. But do you know how sneaky the Google Sneaky product creator himself actually is?

The Google Sneaky product creator is PRETTY DANG SNEAKY!

You may remember how I busted the apparently fake “Senior reviewer” at a site that pilfered the WorkAtHomeTruth.com name and made it WorkAtHome-Truth.com. If you read that information about the Google Sneaky creator’s other activities here you’ll see exactly what I mean. So as you come across a Google Sneaky review you might want to dig a bit of digging to see who the reviewer actually is.

I’m not saying that you necessarily have to be cautious about ever Google Sneaky review, but obviously it’s important for you to perform due diligence considering what I’ve revealed in the previously mentioned post.

In that post, you’ll see just tip of the iceberg of what Google Sneaky creator Nick Mark’s has been up to using domains found on IP address 70.86.122.226 as shown below:

  • www. 2009-top-work-at-home-jobs .com
  • www. Affiliatehijack .com
  • www. Affiliatehijack.net
  • www. Aniksingal-truth .com
  • www. Automatedmillions .com
  • www. Autopilotprofits-truth .com
  • www. Autopilotprofitsinc .com
  • www. Babyboomersonlineincome .com
  • www. Boomersincome .com
  • www. Clickbank-truth .com
  • www. Copynprofit-truth .com
  • www. Craigslist-truth .com
  • www. Derekgehl-truth .com
  • www. Donlapre-truth .com
  • www. Dotcomsecrets-truth .com
  • www. Everlastinglife .com
  • www. Ewen-chia.org
  • www. Imanswers .com
  • www. Internetmarketingwave .com
  • www. Jeffpaul-truth .com
  • www. Joevitale-truth .com
  • www. Johnreese-truth .com
  • www. Launchtree-truth .com
  • www. Makemoney-athome .com
  • www. Makemoneyonlinemoney .com
  • www. Marketingmasterminds .com
  • www. Maverickmoneymakers-truth .com
  • www. Mikefilsaime-truth .com
  • www. Milliondollarloophole .com
  • www. Mustangfastbackforsale .com
  • www. Needcustomerservice .com
  • www. Newbiescashvault .com
  • www. Nickmarksfanclub .com
  • www. Nosalessysteminc .com
  • www. Paydotcom-truth .com
  • www. Perfectmoneyformula .com
  • www. Rapidbusinessgrowth .com
  • www. Rapidbusinessgrowthdvd .com
  • www. Robertallen-truth .com
  • www. Rosalindgardner-truth .com
  • www. Russellbrunson-truth .com
  • www. Superaffiliatelab .com
  • www. Superaffiliatewebsites .com
  • www. Surveyscompany .com
  • www. Swreg-truth .com
  • www. Theaffiliateslap .com
  • www. Theinternetmarketeroftheyear .com
  • www. Top-10-scam-free .com
  • www. Topsecretcashreport .com
  • www. Treasurehuntmarketing .com
  • www. Truth-clickbank .com
  • www. Truth-makemoneyonline .com
  • www. Whoisnickmarks .com
  • www. Workathome-truth .com
  • www. Workfromhomegirl .com
  • www. Yoaffiliate .com
  • www. Your-bill-killer .com
  • www. Gsneaky .com
Google Sneaky creator Nick Marks' AutomatedMillions.com

Google Sneaky creator Nick Marks' AutomatedMillions.com

Let’s start with Google Sneaky product creator Nick Mark’s AutomatedMillions site first. This is a site that warns you to “Strap yourself in because you’re about to make Henry Ford look like a kindergartner while you automate your way to riches”.

Well, one thing is for sure. At least one of the people giving a testimonial on the site definitely knows a LOT about automation – but not in the way you might think.

I’m talking about, of course, Sebastian Foss who states in his testimonial for Google Sneaky product creator’s Automated Millions course states “I highly recommend your Automated Millions System to all of my customers”.

You see Sebastian Foss is considered one of the top 100 spammers in the world and is listed in the Spamhaus Project’s “100 Known Spam Operations responsible for 80% of your spam” right here where you’ll also noticed that the website MoneyBank.com is listed as one of Sebastian Foss’ websites and by taking a look at the archived version of MoneyBank.com here you’ll notice that the same person – John Denton – has a testimonial on both the MoneyBank.com and AutomatedMillions.com product.

Google Sneaky product creator’s ForexEnterprise.com – the early days

Unanswered complaints at the BBB:

ForexEnterprise.com BBB Complaints

ForexEnterprise.com BBB Complaints

Now the fact that Nick Marks’ product ForexEnterprise.com generated 69 complaints really isn’t that alarming because you have to look at the complaints in light of the volume of business does along with other factors.But what is a bit alarming is the fact that the BBB report shows that there are still 31 unanswered complaints.

In fact, in doing a bit of research I came across Hewlett Packard’s BBB complaint history which shows 6,983 complaints (which isn’t that many considering the size and age of HP) – and shows that HP has NO unanswered complaints.

Obviously this information is important if you are planning to buy Google Sneaky based on any Google Sneaky review that highlights Google Sneaky’s “100% Risk Free” offer which claims that “if you don’t make money you’ll get a 100% refund.”

Google Sneaky creator Nick Marks’ strange “news story”…

ForexEnterprise site Nick Marks claims that his “story was featured in the local Newspaper Business Magazine” and asks the reader to “check out this cutting promoting the article” and then posts what is supposed to be an image of that article.

There’s only one problem. And you can see what the problem is in the following image which compares the Nick Marks’ “newspaper clipping” with one I made with the fake newspaper clipping generator at fodey.com:

Nick Marks' "news story" compared to a fake news clipping made at fodey.com

Nick Marks' "news story" compared to a fake news clipping made at fodey.com

The important thing to notice is “hamming distance = 0.000000″ since “The Hamming distance measures the area of symmetric difference between the two polygons, in other words, the area of the regions lying within one of the two polygons but not both of them. If the two polygons are identical, and properly aligned, the Hamming distance will be zero.”

Should you believe testimonials for Google Sneaky?

At this point the Google Sneaky sales page includes a few testimonials which might get you too excited…but before you get too excited consider what types of testimonials are found on other products by Nick Marks.

His AutomatedMillions product contains a testimonial from Sebastian Foss (already referenced above as one of the top 100 spammers in the world) and also includes a testimonial from Costas Dedes.

If you aren’t familiar with Costas Dedes you may want to read the following write-ups about a couple of his products:

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FTC, Visa, and BBB Partner to Educate Consumers About Free Trial Offers and Online Scams

12/17/2009 FTC Press Release:

The Federal Trade Commission has joined an effort to alert consumers to online deceptive marketing connected to free trial offers that require individuals to cancel or opt-out of a recurring charge for future products or services.

The Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, David C. Vladeck, appeared at a press conference with officials from Visa and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) today to caution consumers about the free trial feature, known as a “negative option.” In a negative option feature, a company takes a consumer’s failure to cancel a free trial offer as permission to begin charging for the service. While many merchants use this billing process appropriately, others pre-check consent boxes, bury the details of the offers in the fine print, terms and conditions, and make cancellations or returns difficult, catching consumers in a cycle of recurring charges for products and services they do not want.

“Free trial marketing can be convenient for consumers–if the terms are clearly spelled out beforehand,” Vladeck said. “Legitimate marketers don’t hide critical information about costs or cancellation policies to get their customers to agree to future charges.”

The FTC, Visa and the BBB offer tips to online shoppers on how to spot deceptive free trial offers, and how to deal with unauthorized charges:

Take time to read and understand all terms and conditions, so a free trial doesn’t turn into a costly purchase you didn’t intend to make.

Pay particular attention to any pre-checked boxes before you submit your payment card information for an order. Failing to un-check the boxes may bind you to terms and conditions you don’t want.

Review credit card statements when you get them for any unauthorized charges, and notify the card issuer promptly of any unusual activity or unauthorized charges.

Try to resolve the situation with the merchant. If you’re unsuccessful, contact the card issuer immediately to dispute the charge.
Consumers who think they’ve been victims of deceptive marketing and who haven’t been able to resolve the issue directly with the merchant should call their card issuer to dispute the charge. They also may report their experiences to the FTC at www.ftc.gov/complaint or their local BBB at www.bbb.org. More information is available at www.visa.com/negativeoption.

Related:

FTC Consumer Alert on Free Trial Offers

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Make 10 Billion Dollars Posting A Link On Google – Strange, Strange Comments…

A while back I created a parody site with the headline Make 10 Billion Dollars Posting A Link On Google which I assumed was obviously making fun of these Make Money Posting Links on Google Scams.  Apparently on the internet sometimes “clear and conspicuous” in the mind of consumers doesn’t mean providing completely nonsensical writing with gigantic, obviously fake images, and pictures of babies giving comments and claims that you’ve trained a dog to post links on Google.

Click here to see the original Make 10 Billion Dollars Posting A Link on Google site.

At one point someone tweeted the site to Matt Cutts, Google’s head of web spam and apparently he found it funny enough to retweet to his followers on twitter.

Even there among seemingly intelligent people there were comments made – that didn’t seem to be made in jest – such as “is this a scam?”

Pretty unbelievable, but a recent experience turned out even more oddly.

I posted the site to a review exchange on WhyDoWork here and received the following strange remarks that this time were clearly NOT made in jest:

“I liked the way the site was set up but I couldn’t really see the proof. Everything was all scrawled out and it made for a bit of suspicion for me.  Pretty good tho.”

AND

“The layout of the site is neat but the information is a bit misleading with making million and billion dollars with Google. It is a bit unrealistic and most of the the Google kits on there are scams, so I am not sure about this site.”

WOW!

I think those two consumers gave me more insight into why the Google Kit scams have been so successful than the thousands of Google Kit scam victims who have posted on the WorkAtHomeTruth site over the past year!

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