Google email software is an app that lets you sell or rent email for your business, according to a recent report from Recode.
The report claims that it is marketed as a tool for marketers, but in reality, it is a tool that is designed to trick users into paying for email marketing services that do not exist.
Google email is not the only email marketing app out there, as the report also claims that other services, like Slack, are designed to collect users’ information, sell it, and send it to a third party.
Slack is designed as a way for marketers to connect with their users, according the report, and it also offers a way to send emails to users that are in a different language.
Recode also claims to have found a new email marketing service in the App Store that allows marketers to target their customers based on language, subject lines, and other information.
The article claims that these services may have been developed by an unnamed company that is still under contract to Google.
Recoding a new service can be tricky because it is not easy to determine whether or not an app has been developed and approved by Google.
Some experts have suggested that the apps mentioned in the report are simply apps that have not been approved by the company.
Recodes report also alleges that Google has no way to verify the accuracy of its email marketing platform, as it uses “totally fictitious email addresses and phone numbers” to send and receive emails.
The fact that the app’s code is so hard to verify, and that Google itself uses the services listed in the Recode report as marketing tools, makes the app a scam.
Recoders claim that Google did not respond to Recode’s request for comment.
The company also noted that Google was not responsible for the data that was collected and sent to the third party in the app, which the report claims is also a scam, and Google said that it does not collect any data from third parties.
Google has also provided the report with the name of the third-party that it used to send the email, but the company did not confirm the identity of the company that sent the email.
Recoded has reached out to Google for comment, and the company has yet to respond.