I saw a Tweet earlier from respected marketer Tim Carter about how a site called Twitter Instant Cash that is falsely claiming that Carter is endorsing their service and making big money with them.
Not only is Twitter Instant Cash using Tim Carter’s image on the site, but his name, and the name of his site, AskTheBuilder.com, with a claim that he makes “$1,400 per day!” through them.
However, Carter Tweeted, “I’ve NEVER used this product.”
Twitter Instant Cash also indicates on their homepage, “All individuals listed on this page have been renumerated.” I presume they meant remunerated.
In addition to the fake testimonial, the Twitter Instant Cash site also features the logos of the Fox News Channel, ABC, CNN, YouTube, eBay, Facebook, Google, and MySpace, and then has a disclaimer at the bottom of the site:
“Fox News, ABC, CNN, YouTube, Ebay, Facebook, google, and myspace are in no way affilaited or endorse Twitter Instant Cash”
Where is the FTC on this? Attorney Generals? And Twitter… I can’t imagine they want their name and logo associated with such a company.