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  • Toobusy
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    I won't participate in the trusted badge program. When I read they had to have access to so much of your online transactions/photos/descriptions I knew I was NOT going to be willing participant. I've seen Amazon and other venues eat their young before...

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  • Alex Proctor
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    Please view this. Is this why we have Google Trusted Badges?

    Thank you for posting this Video. Now I understand Google's effort to create the Trusted Badge program.
    Google wants to data mine your business. Google will then push your customers to your competitors. That is if your competitors pay more for the clicks then you do. And guess what if the Gov wants your data, everything from sales to taxes who bought what, where, when and how they will have the data. Did you get a 1099 form your credit card merchant provider? Once the Gov has your sales/business data, you better make sure that all of your books are in order when the tax nexus comes a calling.

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