Internet Home Business Kit / Google Online Cash Kit Scams Everywhere

Jeez is it just me or do you see more and more banners for these friggin Internet Home Business Kit everywhere? They are operating under the banner Google Online Cash Kit too.

I’m well surprised at some of the well-known sites that carry adverting banners for these home business kits, despite the amount of bad press they seem to be garnering.

This is an example headline:

How Did This Computer-Illiterate Mother of Two Start Making £10,000 a Month Posting Links on Google?

Hell I’d like to know that one lol.

Here’s an example post:

October’s Success Story: Emily Harris

Posted October 2nd, 2009 by Editor
Actual cheque from Google. It’s like a dream come true, good money, work while spending time with my kids, and true happiness. Read how I did it below.

How Did This Computer-Illiterate Mother of Two Start Making £10,000 a Month Posting Links on Google?

Emily Harris’s success story takes the cake for our success story for the month of October! Learn how she gets paid £5 to £30 for every website link that she posts on Google. She accomplished this through working from home 4-8 hours per week on her personal computer. Read her inspirational survival story below:

A year ago I was a receptionist for a real estate company called Savills Real Estate Agents UK. Not exactly my dream job but I had to help provide for my family of four somehow. As the real estate industry took a turn for the worst, I was let go of my job. Desperation kicked in, and I was was forced to take a much less paying job at Asda’s as a grocery store cashier making nearly minimum wage in order to keep food on the table (as the job market seemed like it was at an all time low). Credit cards started to max out. We started paying our credit card debts by applying for other credit cards to make the minimum payment. Within one year we ended up racking up £37,500 worth of debt. We did not know what to do. Our rent alone was only £1200 a month, meanwhile our credit card monthly minimum payment was well over £800. And out of that £800, most of it was going to interest and fees. Panic started to set in. How could we ever get ourselves out of this much debt? We were extremely desperate and had no where else to turn.

How I turned my life around

I have always seen Internet offers all the time talking about some great business opportunity. Things that are supposed to make you millions of dollars instantly. Ya right. I always wondered if any of that stuff really worked, but I was not going to put myself into more debt by wasting more money on scams.

I then found this information in my local newspaper about how regular people in the UK are making money off a company called Google, one of the largest internet companies in the world. Things still seemed too good to be true with some of the success stories I read, but I was intrigued as to how people can make so much money off Google. For starters, I have a hard enough time even using a computer to check my email (I am very computer illiterate) and I therefore thought there is no hope in heck of making money online. But there has to be a reason why people can be so successful with such limited resources.

A week after I read about Google, I coincidentally signed up for a free information seminar held at the Longbenton College about Google and the power of the internet. I sat and listened to what four guest speakers had to say about how they basically started with nothing and are now multi-millionaires. Yes again, too good to be true but I stuck around afterwards and networked with some of the attendees and speakers. I quickly learned how I could earn money, but still was worried about my lack of technical skills. One member told me to go to this website called Internet Home Business Kit which offers free kits to get started with this business. He also advised me not to disclose this information to others before I receive my kit as the website runs out of kits fast (as they’re free), and usually has a 2-3 month wait time before new kits are available. Let’s just say I went to the website, received my kit in the mail a week later, and now I can pass this information onto others.

To make a long story short, within four weeks I was generating £1400 a week at home through posting “links” on Google. Please note that I accomplished this in my spare time, as I have two kids and a full time job. The kit simplified all the technical lingo and jargon, and explained things step-by-step at a beginner level. Now, I have seen scams out on the Internet that talk about making £50,000 a month online. But that’s it exactly what they are…scams. Any website that asks you to pay hundreds of dollars up front promising thousands is too good to be true. After the first four weeks, I quit my job and am now making £1,400 a week at home. Alot better paying than even my receptionist job! Reason why I can make this much money is because the internet is a 24/7 business so once setup correctly, you will make money in your sleep and on weekends. It is almost like a “set it, forget it” mentality, where I now just keep setting up new things and the already established links run themselves automatically. The sky is the limit in how much I can earn, the internet and Google are truly amazing in terms of earnings. Also remember that there is zero overhead (as a normal brick and mortar business owner would require to pay rent, pay for merchandise up front, hire employees etc). I can work the hours I want, and expense things in my house such as my mortgage, car, gas, and even some lunches! Of course, my computer and internet plus phone and utility bills can also be expensed. It’s like a dream job come true!

Internet Home Business Kit: Pay some ridiculous cheap shipping fee of £1.75. And have Google pay you cash every day. Starting in one week you can literally have Google send cheques directly to you without putting out any of your own money.

How To Get Started

Below is the link that I was given. Go to the website, fill out this basic online form, and you should receive your free kit in about 1 weeks time. Simple as that. Good luck!

  • Step 1: Get your free Internet Home Business Kit. Pay £1.75($2.95 USD) for shipping. I found out this kit is available to residents in the UK.
  • Step 2: Follow the directions in the Internet Home Business Kit and set up a Google account. Then they will give you the website links to post. Start posting those links. Google tracks everything.
  • Google will start sending their first check to you in about 1 week. Or you can start to have them wire directly into your checking account (but you have to pay wire charges). Your first checks will be about £500 to £1,500 a week, then it goes up from there (depends on how many links you posted online).

For all the skeptics out there, you are not spending hundreds to thousands of dollars to start this. There is no risk, that is the beauty of working with Google. All I needed was some handholding, and thankfully the Home Business Kit is such an awesome guide tailored to computer illiterate people like myself! Â£1.75 is not much of a risk if you ask me, even if you are tens of thousands in debt like I was! I wrote this to let the world know that you don’t have to go through what I ended up going through. I certainly wish someone would have helped me out when I was at my lowest point, but thankfully I attended that conference and met the people I did meet. Now I can safely pass this information onto others.


Emily Harris

Supposedly this franchise has been featured (in the UK) on the BBC, ITV, Sky and Five…. I can’t find it.

Maybe this story is true, and it’s not a scam…. oh wait, there’s a bit at the bottom of the site that says….



Now of course I don’t know if EVERY Internet Home Business Kit or Google Online Cash Kit and all the other many make money online deals are scams, but I’ve worked on the net for ten years and I wouldn’t touch them with a bargepole.

Here – a typical complaint….

These people stated that I could get this kit for $1.00 and that I had a 48 hour trial period, this was Sunday evening. By Tuesday morning, they charged my account an additional $79.86 which I never saw coming. When I tried to cancel believing that I still had time within my 48 hours, they told me that they were sorry but my time had ran out. Meanwhile I haven’t received anything from them after they took my money. It seems that I have no recourse; so this company can just take our money and walk away free and clear. Someone has to do something about this type of bad business, but even more importantly, as consumers we must be vigilant and read all fine print; better yet DO NOT BUY ANYTHING ONLINE UNLESS YOU KNOW FOR A FACT THAT IT IS A REPUTABLE COMPANY AND BUSINESS.

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9 Responses

  1. Phil Smith says:

    Wow, I’m glad I didn’t waste my £1.75!! It seems that people still don’t understand the concept that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

  2. Alison Cross says:

    Seen loads of these – have never actually investigated them because someone told me that they were not available in the UK (US only). I see that this particular one WAS available in the UK. Why doesn’t google actively dissuade people from getting involved in these scams? It must surely affect their good name? Ali Cross

  3. Nick says:

    You are a fraud! You advertise that I can have £500 – £1500/week free money but when I try to follow your links they don’t go anywhere. Shape up Scotty boy! If you don’t start delivering the free money you will get a bad reputation!

  4. Shaun Anderson (Hobo says:


  5. Trev says:

    someone site targeted a google cash ad into your email to everyone complaining about the scammy offer its self, lol.

  6. Andrew Bridge says:

    Great post, seen loads of these about, all rubbish of course and all very expensive in the end. I did find it rather humorous that the e-mail with this post in it had an advert for one of these very schemes right at the bottom.

    • Shaun Anderson (Hobo says:

      Andrew, yup thank Google for that. I actually never even thought of that – I trust no hobo readers signed up lol

  7. James says:

    The frustrating thing is that SO many people fall for it. My girlfriends little brother asked me about this exact thing the other day, and while he maybe a little young I thought he would be smart enough not to fall for it. Luckily he had me to ask, if not I bet any money he would have signed up. I wouldn’t be surprised if these scams start generating more money the Nigerian 419 scams.

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