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Project Payday Scam

Updated on May 21, 2011

The Project Payday scam revealed.

There are a lot of sites that call Project Payday a scam while many Project Payday reviews speak very highly of the system. Most of the scam sites are only trying to sell you some other money making system.

So maybe you should think about whether or not these sites are being completely honest or are they trying to steer you away from a free program to earn a commission on a sale.
I will give you my honest review and personal experience with Project Payday but my advice would be to sign up for free and check it out for yourself. You really have nothing to lose.

Project Payday is an online money making system that has been around for quite awhile. It used to cost around 35 bucks to join Project Payday but now you can join for free.

My Project Payday experience.

 I personally signed up for the Project Payday system a little over a year ago not really knowing if it was a scam or legit. I was very skeptical at first like I am with any online money making opportunity and wasn't about to pay for any money making scheme.
Since I could get Project Payday for free, I thought "What the hell have I got to lose!"
After reading through the details several times looking for the "catch" I finally decided to give it a try. I was actually surprised that the system worked so well and I made money my very first day.
Now Project Payday doesn't claim to be a get rich quick scheme and it really isn't. Project Payday is a simple system that almost anyone can use to make some extra money online. How much money you make depends really on the amount of time and effort you put into the system.
I personally made about 1500 bucks in my first 2 months using the system part time. I have since moved on to other things but still implement the system now and again to make an extra 50 or 100 bucks here and there.
Some people claim to make as much as $5000 a month using the methods outlined by Project Payday. I think this could be very possible if you do it full time.
So why not sign up for Project Payday and see for yourself. It's free so you really don't have anything to lose except for a few minutes of your time deciding if it is for you.

Project Payday may not be for everyone.

Project Payday is not a get rich scheme or a set and forget money making method. I'm not sure if there is even any such thing.
What you get out of the Project Payday system depends on what you put into it. If you are looking to get rich overnight I suggest you head on over to one of the Project Payday scam sites and see what they are trying to sell. I wish you the best of luck there my friend.
Project Payday requires some work. But the beauty of the system is that over time the amount of work decreases while the overall income increases. There are also several different methods to choose from so you can decide which is best for you.
Project Payday is geared more for U.S citizens but Canadian residents can use it as well but will require more effort.

Is Project Payday a scam or worth it?

So is project payday a scam or a good way to make some extra cash online? In my opinion its the latter. It's not very complicated and you really can make money within a few hours.
If you are new to making money online then I think Project Payday is a great way to start. You will get some experience and a feel for internet marketing and also make some start up cash for branching out to other opportunities.
If you join Project Payday you not only get the outline for making money with their system. But you can also get a free bonus pack that can be used with any type of internet marketing that you may employ.


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