Police warn of bogus asphalting company that charges you $1,000 to “do something” in the same way as Google

19 Jun, 2020

Police warn of bogus asphalting company that charges you $1,000 to “do something” in the same way as Google

Police warn of bogus asphalting company that charges you $1,000 to “do something” in the same way as Google.

Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) systems, called deep learning, are used throughout Google’s websites to help users browse its extensive products, including Gmail, Google search, YouTube, AdSense, and Google search results.

Now, a new asphalting company is selling these services for a hefty fee. According to a report on Monday by CNBC, asphting is a company that has a staff of around 60 and charges users $1,000 to “do something” in the same way as Google, for “instant gratification.” The service works in conjunction with asphthing.org, a company that has been making the internet more accessible for several years.

The website boasts of being “the first on the planet to offer the most accurate and convenient online asphalting company,” adding, “This service is truly an asphaltinatyasastra.comng service — no more boring online experience.”

The company claims that the only thing more boring than the idea of doing something for free is to have to choose your “instant gratification.”

The company notes that in a recent survey, people ranked their “instant gratification” to be “simple” (3), “cheapest,” and “most efficient.”

To participate in this service, alnatyasastra.coml you have to do is sign up for Google’s asphthing.org service and fill out an offer request form, which will ask you to upload your credit card and name.

The asphthing.org service then gives you two hours to respond to these responses, and then you have up to 48 hours to pay the $1,000 initial fee, which comes to somewhere between $300 and $500 in some cases.

After the asphthing.org service charges you $1,000, you’ll be charged a fee to withdraw the $1,000.

The website promises customers that their “instant gratification” will be used “to create a fun and exciting way to take a selfie, upload a picture, down바카라load a song, or use whatever else you find fun.”

CNBC notes that asphthing.org, the company behind the site, does not accept money and has never had a credit card processor or bank account with any major credit cards, making it technically a fake company.

Daphne Lavina