Search engine giant Google restricted the access to Google+ as it is an field trial and only few people in the world got the chance to taste this new social networking pie. Even though some of the users managed to find out some bugs in the new platform and added their friends, still a large number of people are trying to get in to it.
And what's more, some users who got Google+ Invite are now trying to make a little cash on people's desire to get in to some Google+ circles. If you search for 'Google Plus' or 'Google+ Invite' in eBay, the online auction and shopping website in which people and businesses buy and sell a broad variety of goods and services worldwide, you can't believe your eyes - currently, there are more than hundred Google+ Invites for sale!
The price for Invites is more interesting - some of them have a price tag of $1, but during auction it may go up to $99.99 for one. And even if you managed to buy one invite, it's not sure whether you will get access to it or not.
As of now, it seems like these are just tricks to loot people's money. Earlier, we reported about Google+ Invite bogus message, which appears with a link that leads to to a pharmacy website set up to sell the likes of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra to the unwary. Similarly, a fake Google+ Invite app also appeared in Android Market.
Google has not yet announced the public release date for the new social networking. A Google spokesman said the invitation process will be opened and closed periodically as it's in field test stage. So, beware of these cheap tricks that lead you into trouble. Stay connected with us to get all latest news on Google Plus.