Is Project Payday legit? What is a legit business for part-time online/at home work?
Tracy from St. Clairsville, OH
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I talked to my CC and they think someone stole my D.C.A!And they want to check, and also I asked the Trader of the offer they doesn't know what happen to it! It just doesn't go though.well! And the same time I saw my C.O has missing money from some random company and I never order things. And I have to cancel my card and get a new one. I still waiting for my card from my bank. Should I do it again! But the true is I did make the money from them! But the problem! (11/27/2008)
If you are at the second tier your not putting any of money down at all. Canceling trials is not hard. Yes, its the job of the person on the other end to keep you on, they are following a script.
Just put the phone on speaker...say cancel. They go blah-blah...you say I don't care. I cant afford this at this time cancel me period. If they talk again say "shut up" confirm my cancellation. Should take less than 5 minutes. (02/07/2009)
Still, within less than a month, one company charged me a bunch of money for a "membership". My saving grace was my records, which included the cancellation confirmation number. Because of this, I got my money back
Moral of the story: Project Payday works when you need money in a jiffy, but keep tight records! (02/17/2009)
After awhile they start to demean you, make you feel stupid, if you don't follow their "tried and true" advice. I stood firm! I am almost 70 years old and I told him I would be a Wal-Mart greeter before I would do something so stupid as to go into debt! I need so badly to find something online that I can do to supplement my social security. Additionally, the yahoo couldn't even remember my name, calling me by another. In my honest opinion, stay far, far away from Project Payday. (08/09/2010)
Did you know that almost all the telecommuting websites want you to pay a subscription fee to access jobs? One even has the nerve to say that to register you need a password (which you can get for 15.00). It is almost as bad as the mystery shopper market which also charges you for listings. I found one that didn't but the jobs were either for females (I am male), they were hours away from me or they were few and far between. After 2 months. they stopped sending me offers.
To all of you who support project payday, good luck to you when someone wont listen to you and continues to charge your credit or debit card. I am not gong to sign up for an offer for a credit card just to make a few dollars. I joined a company once for viral marketing. They were in Quebec and didn't speak English. Kept charging my card even though I said stop. Wound up having the credit card company change my number.
So I would take this with a grain of salt. Be leery of any offer you have to pay for up front to make money. Including the latest internet gurus great project. IF his project is great, and then you buy it, why is he sending you info on someone else's project the next week?
You can make money with Affiliate marketing but it is a long tedious hall. Get a free website or a blog and go to article marketing, facebook, myspace etc. (Facebook does PPC so it may cost somewhat). These methods will not make you a millionaire (sorry "millionaire affiliate" or Rosalind Gardner), but they may make you some decent billing if you are willing to put in time and effort.
The only way to make money on line is to create some program that doesn't work and then con others into thinking it is great. Sell to them or get some other poor bastard to sell to other poor bastards. (08/27/2010)
Many of the questions were to obtain personal info such as bank accounts, home ownership, mortgage info (how much equity), credit cards. They wanted to know how much credit limit I had on each card. They wanted exact numbers for these questions. Of course I refused to give exact numbers. After several attempts to get the info from me, the girl just hung up. I have read feedback from some of the other people. A few are reporting a small amount of success with PP. In my opinion, any company that associates or sells my info to a company that must have exact numbers of credit card limits, etc., I will not trust and will be canceling my association with Project Payday. (09/21/2010)