Google Revolution: A Great Scam

Google Revolution uses Craigslist to scam new victims into their fold ( Job seekers are too broke to pay their bills, but they may fall for parting for their credit card, especially when Google Revolution hooks you for a free 14-day trial for $1.87, then they bill you a week later for $73.83 and continue doing the every month. The package they promise NEVER comes, so the too good to be true is actually as bad as it gets.

More on their scam:

You can let their ISP, Single Edge, know that you're pissed and that you see them as liable for the web site they are running:

Where is this site running out of?

Resources, National
National Marketing Resources, LLC
351 W. Washington
Kearney, Missouri 64060
United States
(800) 544-9459 Fax -- (800) 506-7838

The best part: there is no "351 W. Washington"-- it's just an empty field. You can complain to GoDaddy if the data for NMR Direct and Google Revolution is not accurate.

Please respond to this email with evidence of the specific contact information you have found to be invalid on the Whois record for the domain name. Examples would be a bounced email or postal mail returned due to an invalid address. If you have a bounced email, please attach or forward with your reply, or in the case of returned postal mail, please send it to:
Attn: Domain Services
14455 N Hayden Rd
Suite 219
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Please note that none of the evidence you send to us will be shared with any third party.

A domain registrar can de-register the domain or require a valid and verified address from their registrant. These weasels won't like the light of day.

Did you want to call to complain and get your money back?

Sales: 1-866-491-0007
Customer Service: 1-800-261-9038

Maybe you can try the real source: a weasel in London who may be the real Google Revolution revolutionary

Martin Osborn
1 Ashburton Road
Ruislip Manor
London, HA4 6AA
United Kingdom

What pisses me off? Check out the meteoric growth of these weasels: On Alexa


Jessica4404 said…
Google Revolution is run by a company called Hinshu Systems, LLC. If you call them, they will dodge any questions and tell you, in an accent that you cannot understand, that you have to write a letter to request a refund. I was able to cancel the monthly charge os 70 some dollars, and when i wrote a letter, I received email confirmation of a refund for the three months I was charged unknowingly. Honshu Systems LLC, 2850 Horizon Ridge Parkway, Ste 200, Henderson, NV 89052. Be sure to include your name and email address, and mention that you were unsitisfied becuase nothing ever came int eh mail, you were charged without your consent because the terms/rules were not visible and that you feel you were ripped off. This is how I got my refund. Hope this helps.
amckinney said…
nor does Google let you know who else they give your card to, any how much of a monthly fee they take. I'm now batteling with 340$ worth of overdraft fees and no one to help. Auction Dominator is the company that took my money and refuses to give it back. They also have reps that don't speak cleaar english and give you the run around, write a letter & wait for your refund. Well, if your like me and cancled you card to prevent further charges, they claim they can NOT return your money. Who out there do we have to protect us from these kinds of people? I want my money back, but this company says it's a lost cause. How many people out there have been ripped of by these crooks?
Anonymous said…
We have had the same problem, we actually called them the very next day after talking to the main guy. Told him that we did not have the money to afford this company. He said that was fine, that he hoped that we would give them a chance another time. So we think everything is ok. Well the following month we had several charges come out of our account.We have tried to call and keep getting the run around. This company is getting turn in to our police station today, charging them with fraud. Out of all the money they took out only $24.95 was refunded.