Have you ever heard of Project Pay Day? If you type in a search in Google, you will see many web pages about this program, but most of them are often general. I have read many of them but still didn’t have a clue what this program is about, thus I just decided to try it out for myself. So in this article, I am not going to go all general on you, but I will go into details how I actually do with this program, how much I earned, and why I quit it.
About 2 weeks ago, I stumbled onto a site that promotes Project Pay Day. I was trying to find a way to bring some extra income into the family. Well, let’s face it, everybody wants to do so since the economy is spiraling down while the gas cost is climbing over the moon. So I spent about three minutes reading the review. This guy apparently makes hundreds of dollars each month from this program, so his review got me curious about Project Pay Day. I am aware of scams online so I often approach online making program with uttermost caution.
So I went on to the official Project Pay Day site and saw an extremely lengthy article. I spent 30 minutes skimming over it. It mostly focuses on the fact that many people are successfully earning money with this program and how I can do to. It’s a typical sale page. There are so many attractive things are jammed into one page that it made me want to jump into this program right away. However, my track stops short when I saw a 34$ membership fee. I don’t know about you but if I don’t know what it is that I am doing, it is kind of absurd to invest all most a day’s worth of money into it. So I left the site for 3 days before coming back to it.
The reason I came back is that I read another review and realized that I can be a member by completing an offer and pay 1.49$. So I went on the site and this time, I completed an offer for an Ebay kit. I paid 1.49$ with my credit card. I then sent the email confirmation back to Project Pay Day through the Contact Us link on the site and requested a rebate of 3.49 $ as they promised on the site. So I made about 2 $ profit on this little transaction. One thing kind of funny about it is that I had to email twice to get the rebate to process since my first email was denied since the person wrote it to me think that the I was supposed to pay the shipping anyhow. But that problem was straightened out right away so I think there was just a misunderstanding.
Then once I was registered, I was brought into a page where there are links into a forum. I decided to visit one forum called the free lunch room.com. There are many sub-forums within it but I only paid attention to one sub forum which goes by the phrase Looking to go green. If you are not familiar with the term, this is a break-down:
Looking to go green: you are free to do offers for others
Paying for green: means you are paying others to complete offers for you
Trading for green: means you complete your partner’s offers and he or she will complete one for you. It’s a mutual benefit.
So here is how things went for me.
I joined the forum and looked around to see if anybody there wants me to complete offers for them. I saw many offers like “… paying 20$ to go green on one credit site…” etc…
I looked around and chose one person with the most positive feedbacks. This person has about 130 positive feedback out of 134, which isn’t too bad. She (I think) had many links on her page. Most of them in form: x site- x amount of money to go green.
I sent her a private message to ask to complete an offer. She sent me back a link and a tutorial. She told me to accept the offer in the Trade Manager before following through with the link.
The link was for completing offers. The tutorial is to help me make sure that I would be properly credited. I accepted the offer then followed through with the link.
I registered to this site. Then I had to log out. Then I had to log back in again to complete 2 offers. Each offer is worth from 0.5 to 1 credit. I completed 2 offers from big companies like Netflix and Experian. One of them was free and the other one charged me 2.18 $ for the free trial. After completing the offers, I waited for 15 minutes before they got confirmed. I had to write down all of the information of the offers so I would be able to cancel it later. It took quite a while to do so since I didn’t want my credit card to be charged a membership fee monthly.
I sent her another message informing her that I had completed my ends and expected her to pay. She replied my message and said that 20$ was deposited into my Pay Pal. I checked and there it was. I was kind of happy, actually.
Do you know how the person give you the link actually make money? The company offers that person 200$ for find 3 referrals. So this person pays each referral 20$ to complete the offer, that means she only spent 60$ while she got a profit of 140$. That’s basically how it works.
But after that, I had to wait another week to cancel the order. If you lose the information you wrote down, it can take some time for you to cancel it. So this step is extremely tired and exhausted. This is for only 2 offers, if I had completed 100 offers, I am not even sure how many had I cancelled. This can be a nightmare to keep track of.
I thought about this for a while and decided to quit this program. I simply don’t have time to keep track of all of these offers.
So you have imagined how this programs works. It does bring in the money but the effort is too much for it to worth. It isn’t for me but is it for you? I don’t know. But you can try it out. You just go to Google and type in Project Pay Day.