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$150 of free online advertising when you spend your first $50.

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I received an email, I quote, "A few weeks ago, we sent you an introductory offer for $150 of free online advertising when you spend your first $50. There's still time to get your business on Google before the offer expires on June 30th."


I am willing to try if I get $150 of free online advertising without any preconditions

 

Is Google willing too?


Thank you.

 

torontoknobandtubereplace@gmail.com

 

 

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Hello Toronto k,

 

Welcome to the community.

 

I'm not speaking on behalf of Google but from my own experience instead. I just want to clarify that after you spend $50 of your own deposit then Google will credit you with an additional $150. Please note that there can be a slight delay in having your account credited with the additional funds from their side.


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Scotty, thank you for clarification but I knew that

 

I remember 1 or 2 yrs ago receiving offer of $100 credit without spending $50 first and without any other preconditions. Also after browsing the forum it is clear (to me) that one could spend/waste much more than $200 trying to get some ROI

 

So I am just willing to try for free, if it works and profitable, I'd definitely continue and pay, and vice versa

 

Isn't this approach reasonable?

 

thx

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Ahhh okay Toronto k, I understand what you were asking now sorry.

 

You will have to wait for a Googler to respond then.


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