Google Targets Fake Sales Agents In China

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
March 27, 2007

Song Zhongjie, channel supervisor of Google (GOOG) China, has arrived in Nanjing and initiated the company’s battle against fake agents.

There are more than 300 Internet companies in Nanjing and local media report that over one half of them claim themselves to be agents of Google, but Song says they are mostly fake agents. Song says that Google has a total of 22 agents in China, but only one of them is located in Nanjing.

At present, the Nanjing market is disorderly as a result of these fake agents and many companies have been cheated by the fake agents who provide similar services to that of Google. Often the agents will claim to be able to be able to place advertisements on Google’s search engine, but they will instead take a client’s money and not provide any services.











  1. #1 by Katrina on February 27th, 2012 - 10:36 am

    Also, I think Google unradstends that there’s no stable and profitable halfway point between cooperation and non-cooperation. As of now, the cost of past cooperation is sunk, and the benefit of future cooperation is rapidly and monotonically decreasing with time.

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