Very slick email that looks like it is related to the real Google.
Succinctly, they supposedly offer a free CD, end up billing your credit card and you have the hassle of trying to get out of it. I know I was un-easy when I got their email, it just didn't look or sound right.
Here is a blogger that has already addressed this issue.
Don't fall for get quick rich schemes and you will have your Money Saving Tech Tip of the Day!
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