Google has confirmed that it is investigating a claim that a user was being paid to share her beauty tips on Google+ in return for positive reviews.
The article says that a man who uses the phrase ‘I’m beautiful’ was “paid to write positive reviews” on Google News and was then “told that I’m beautiful” in return.
“I think the person who did this should be prosecuted,” one person told the site.
Another person told Google News: “They have the power to delete your review.
You can’t be paid to leave a review.
That’s not acceptable.
Google doesn’t want people writing reviews of their own sites, that’s not OK.”
Google News has said that the person in question was not involved in the campaign, and that the company is looking into the matter.
It has also clarified that it has “no way of determining whether an individual is paid to write a positive review”.
Google+ ‘Is a way to buy approval’ ‘There are lots of ways to buy an audience, but I can’t see how you can get approval for something that you haven’t done before,’ says a user who has been ‘reluctantly’ following the company’s terms of service.
“This is a way for them to sell themselves to advertisers,” the user told Google.
Google+ is a social network that has been used by thousands of users in the US, Australia, Germany, UK and Spain.
“The whole premise of the company that we’re a way of buying approval, and of course it’s a scam, is just wrong,” the person told Reddit.
“What the company has done here is take all of the existing rules on social networks and then try to enforce them in a way that’s less restrictive.”
Google+ was founded in 2011 and launched in the UK in 2017.
The company’s latest update is a two-page document outlining how users can apply for access to the platform.
You must be a current Google+ user. “
To apply, you must meet the following criteria: “1.
You must be a current Google+ user.
You MUST be an adult (18+) in the jurisdiction where you reside.
You ARE 18 or over and not involved with a violent or harmful activity.
If you have not complied with these requirements, you will not be able to join the community.” “
If your profile picture is of a face or body with a mouth, it MUST be captioned as such.”
If you have not complied with these requirements, you will not be able to join the community.
“Google has not responded to questions about whether it is looking at whether to revoke access to its popular social network.
Google is also not commenting on the claims of the user.