Project Payday – Is It Worth While?

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Name: Project Payday


Owner: Unknown

Price: Free Or $35 if you don’t complete an offer

Overall Rank: 47 out of 100



Project Payday is what is referred to as a “Call To Action” type of business or CPA. This means that you can get paid for completing certain tasks(actions).

The tasks vary but a lot of them are as simple as signing up for an offer or completing a form with some personal information.

With Project Payday you collect points every time you complete a task and you can then convert your points into dollars and cash out whenever you want.

I’ve come to the conclusion that although PPD is not a scam, it’s also not a program I can recommend in good conscience because I don’t feel like you can actually make the kind of money they lead you to believe.

I’ve reviewed a lot of different make money programs and there are only a handful of them I consider to be good enough to recommend and only one that gets my top recommendation.


How It Works

 There are two ways you can earn money with PPD. One of the ways is by completing offers, which pays you according to the amount of time the offers take to complete.

Quite often the offers are just things you sign up for. Like you could sign up for a newsletter which would probably be free but some of the offers actually cost you money to sign up for.

If you sign up for an offer that costs money, PPD recommends you pay the fee and then get a refund after you’ve completed it.

This is a real turn off for me because I don’t like just giving out my credit card information to all sorts of companies. To actually make money from these offers you’d have to sign up for multiple offers per day which means you’d be handing over your credit card info to dozens of companies per week.

Not only that but then you’d have to contact all of the companies afterwords and get your refund. Many of these companies don’t make it easy to get a refund which can be very frustrating but it’s even worse if you forget to cancel because then they charge you automatically every month.

Another example of an offer you can sign up to is Although they give you a 7 day free trial you still need to give them your credit card information upon signing up.

I hate the fact that they do this because it’s obvious that they’re counting on some people to forget to cancel it and then they can charge them automatically. Another reason I really hate this one is because they will do a credit check for you which isn’t good because every time you get your credit score pulled it affects your credit score.

It just doesn’t seem worth it to me. So completing all of these offers is just not a good idea in my opinion. Then there is the second way you can make money with this system, the affiliate program.

Affiliate Program

They have an affiliate program where you can make money by getting other people to sign up at Project Payday. You can make around $2.50 for each person you refer to them.

This isn’t really that much money so you’d have to know how to refer a lot of people here in order to make any decent money at all. They do provide some training on different ways to refer people but it’s not nearly enough training to turn a beginner into a successful affiliate marketer.

I actually make my money from affiliate marketing and so I know how hard it is to send large amounts of traffic to a speficic website. I do know how to do it, but it took me a few months before I could actually make it happen and I was lucky enough to get trained by the best affiliate marketing training program out there.

Even with my experience and knowledge I don’t think that this affiliate program at PPD is worth while because all you are making is $2.50 per sign up and this fee is not reccuring so you need to be generating tons of sign ups per month.

This affiliate program is the exact reason it’s so difficult to find an honest review of PPD because so many people will sing it’s praise in order to get referrals.

One of the methods they teach their affiliates to do is post ads in free classifieds under the “Jobs” section. They’ll post it with a catchy title saying something like “Make $150-$400 Per Day”. So people click it and sign up at PPD but then realise it’s a crap opportunity and not a real job at all.

It’s just sad how much people will lie in order to make a few bucks. Really not the type of program I would feel good about promoting.


Final Thoughts

 So I’m sure you’ve figured out by now that I do not recommend this program. I’m not calling it a complete scam because you can make some money from it I just don’t see it as a viable home business.

A real viable home business will be something that is reliable, sustainable and profitable. I always recommend people get into affiliate marketing as a way to make money from home but it’s not that easy. You need to find the right way to go about it.

The best thing you can do is get the right training before you start anything. A program like PPD will not only give you limited training but then you’ll be forced to promote a program that you don’t feel good about.

I find that you’ll be much more successful if you promote something you care about or have a passion for. The beautiful thing about affiliate marketing is that you can promote absolutely anything.

Just try to think about what your hobbies and interests are and there you have it, you can promote something related to them.

Thanks very much for stopping by today. I hope this Project Payday review was helpful to you. Please feel free to leave me questions or comments using the box below and I’ll be sure to respond to you ASAP.


– Robert

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