Is Project Payday a Scam?

Has anyone been successful in working for Project Payday? I would like to know if this is a valid money making job, or is it a scam?

By Martha from TN


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January 7, 20111 found this helpful
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I googled "Project payday" and the answers posted it appears to be a scam of sorts. Folks have had their credit cards stolen and amount of work need to earn a few bucks,if possible, is huge. So if you make some money it appears you are working for pennies per hour. I would be very careful if you go in to this business. I am sure the folks who run the program make money but not you.


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January 7, 20111 found this helpful
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Rule of Thumb-If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is!

January 8, 20111 found this helpful
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Definitely a scam! Stay away from project payday! If you want more details, just google "project payday".


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January 8, 20111 found this helpful
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I looked into it for someone who needed to extricate themselves from this program. Scam. You have to spend so much $ and time 'earning' the rewards, that you come out at a loss.


The forms are confusing enough to where you end up ordering items accidentally.

January 10, 20111 found this helpful
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It is absolutely a scam. Beware!

September 29, 20141 found this helpful
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I joined them at the end of August 2014. I am only doing the referral program. I have seen over 2 dozen youtube videos with people claiming they only do the referral program and are making 100.00s of dollars per day. That, is a bit far-fetched in my opinion. I have been doing the posting, blogging and using forums and many many classified ad sites as told and in 4 weeks, I have made a whopping 1.50


I find that the people bragging on youtube are being secretive and liars. I saw one video of a guy who claimed (using only the referral program) he made 65,000.00 in two days. Again, that's a lie.

February 11, 20150 found this helpful

I stumbled across and I am still going through the tutorials, but essentially, it is trading "freebies". I have no reason yet to believe this is not legit. It clearly requires some work and you need to be extremely organized in order to be successful.

Basically companies are willing to pay you to do trial offers for their products in the hope that the people who do the trial offer will like their product and continue to be customers. There are a number of different trial offers and if you are diligent enough in keeping track of when to cancel them then you stand to make some serious cash without spending much out of your own pocket ( in most cases, you will need to pay the shipping and handling fees, usually around $1-2.00).


As long as you call and cancel the offer before the date specified, you will not be charged anything further. I would suggest keeping a separate calendar for Project Payday offers and be sure to check it every day to cancel as needed.
They have a ton of training guides that are free if you complete a couple offers and they have a A+ rating with the BBB as well.


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