Project Payday Review
A lot of people question Project Payday. I have tried them so I thought I would write this review. Project Payday isn’t something for me, but I was still somewhat impressed with it. I found that some people were actually making a little money with this concept. It is however very tedious work that takes a lot organization and time.
Project Payday’s ‘system’ is based around using IFW’s to make money. There are many websites out there that say you can get a free ipod, xbox, computer, cash prize, or whatever else you can think of. These sites are known as incentive freebie websites, or IFW’s. I’m sure you have seen these sites all over the web. You probably just ignored them like I did. In order to get your prize or cash you have to complete trial offers with your credit card. Then you have to refer a certain amount of people to do the same. This is explained better in the Project Payday Concept below.
The first method involves you signing up through someone’s referral link and they pay you to complete the required amount of “trial offers” at an IFW. It’s called “going green” for someone. You don’t have to refer anyone to make money with this method. All you do is complete the trial offers at the IFW and they pay you via paypal. (example below) I was surprised after joining Project Payday that there were 3 main forums where all these deals are set up. This community of people is what makes the whole Project Payday concept work. Here is an example of doing this method.
You join one of these trading forums after studying Project Payday. Then you see a post that says “Paying $15 on green” Reply to this post and tell them you are interested. They will send you the sign up link you have to use and they will set up the deal in the trade manager of the forum. Next you follow the link and sign up for that specific freebie site. Most sites require you to get 1 credit worth of offers. Most offers are worth 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, or 1 credit.
Here is an example of a regular trial offer: ‘Sign up for a $4.99 7-day trial of our diet product’.
In the scenario of the ‘$15 green offer, lets say you do two 1/2 credit offers to fulfill your 1 credit. One is $2.99 and the other you pay $6.95. Your out $10, but you got paid $15. If you decide to keep your trial product then you will pay more, resulting in this whole concept being pointless. After you complete the required offers you obtain a green status and you are paid by the person you worked out a deal with. He makes money too because he is being paid $20-30 for a referral. (explained in method two)
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