When a car wash owner sees the Google Car Washes ad, she thinks: this is it!
The ad is a quick click away and her car is in the driver’s seat.
“I love it,” she says.
“This is the best.”
A few weeks later, she’s getting another car wash in.
The owner has noticed that the Google cars always arrive at the same time, so he has started calling the owners’ number to make sure it’s all done right.
So far, so good.
But now, his car is on the other side of the street.
He says: “I can’t believe that my car was free today.”
The car is parked outside the car wash.
He asks the owner if he can come in.
“Why not?” the owner says.
The car was never supposed to be free.
It was supposed to go to the bottom of the ocean, where it would be buried for thousands of years, and be washed away by the currents.
But the owner, John Breen, says that the company’s advertising and marketing team never told him about the free car wash until last week.
He didn’t even know about the plan until last Friday, when he was contacted by an employee.
“It was just so disappointing to hear that,” he says.
Breen says that he has no idea why the ads have been free.
“That’s just an unbelievable scam.
It’s the worst.
It should never have been put in the ads.”
He’s going to sue.
“How do you make millions of dollars off of people’s cars?” he says, referring to Google.
“People are making millions of money out of it.”
Google says the ads are an example of the “quality and quantity” of car wash ads, which are used to help consumers find and shop for a specific product.
The company says the Google ads are meant to “serve as an example for how Google and its partners work to help people discover the best and cheapest car wash for them.”
Breen is one of the many car wash owners who have contacted Wired to express their frustration at the free ads.
But he says the company is not happy about the ads.
“They should have told me,” he said.
“We’re supposed to get paid by Google for all the carwash ads.”
Google spokeswoman Stephanie Riedel said the ads do not represent Google’s policy, which is “to offer ads based on our recommendations, so consumers have the ability to choose a different type of service based on their needs.”
The ads “are a clear example of how our ads are delivered to our users, and they do not reflect our policy,” she added.
Google has acknowledged the free cars have been a problem for many car owners.
Last year, Google announced it was introducing a “more efficient” car wash system that would take cars off the road in order to make room for the company to run more advertising.
But some car wash operators say they are not sure the ads really do represent Google policy.
“The Google Carwash ad is an example where it was really a matter of time before the ad was going to go away,” said Jim Condon, president of the American Car Wash Association.
He said that the ads were meant to be “an example for other companies that want to use our ads, so that they can get their ads out there.”
“The ads were very simple, it was clear that it was not designed to help us,” he added.
Condon said he did not know why Google had decided to make the ads free, but he did say that Google has been trying to fix the problem for years.
Google says it is working with car wash advertisers to find ways to better educate consumers about the service.
Google also says it has put in place new guidelines that will be in place in the coming months that will help it prevent the ads from being used to trick people into buying ads that are not legitimate.
“For the past several months, we’ve been working to ensure that the quality and quantity of Google’s advertising is higher and that our ads do serve as an effective example for car wash consumers,” said Google spokeswoman Lisa Jackson in an email.
“As part of this effort, we have increased the number of ads that consumers can see and will continue to improve our quality and delivery of ads based upon consumer feedback.”
But Google says its ads are not designed for consumers to choose the car they want.
“Our ads are designed to serve as a helpful and relevant guide for consumers in determining the best car wash available for them,” said Jackson.
“And we encourage consumers to learn more about the benefits of using a carwash before they decide to shop for the best one.
Google’s new advertising guidelines include a requirement that ads be clear and concise, and include a description of the service offered and the quality of the