Project Payday Update. Now with an Extra Dose of Spam!

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I have to hand it to Project Payday. They truly are the most pathetic company we’ve reviewed. Since I’ve registered an account, Google has been flagging every incoming Project Payday email as spam and that all by itself should tell you something. However, that doesn’t stop them from sending a new email every two days.

First, the sent me a reminder that I still haven’t paid them to join. I didn’t want to pay the first time you tried to rip me off and I don’t want to pay now. Then they offered to cut the membership price in half. After that, I received another list of programs that I could use to activate my account. Next, the dropped the membership price to $9.00. Finally, they sent me one more list of programs. Although they lack integrity, intelligence, and overall decency, you have to admire their persistence.

I have been deleting these emails as they come in, but from now on, I’m going to start sending the most annoying responses back. This includes asking every single question that I can think of while telling them a fabricated life story. The war against scams like Project Payday wages on.

Read the rest of my Project Payday review here.

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  1. Yeah, some people do well…but you have to find the right sites.

    I know a friend who joined a site and according to his back office they owe him $75. The payout thresh hold is $50.

    The “fine print” states something about how it’s a TOS violation to “request a payout.” Thankfully he only wasted a day and a half with them before he figured it out.

    So I guess they just send him his money like when?

    No offense, I just have had nothing but bad experiences with survey sites myself. If it works for you then awesome! Please share a list of sites that you use for the rest of us?

    Id love to check them out for myself.

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  2. ok WAIT – I do pretty well w/ the survey sites! Different stokes for different folks, I guess

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  3. mosoi148 aka some guy says:

    Hey thanks Drgnflijane,

    Yeah I was on a rant there…sorry Steve. Hope you had a good Christmas, and Happy New Year to you all as well.

    I think it’s great this site is around. With so many people turning to the net for a new source of income, there needs to be review sites like this.

    Unfortunately though, some programs get a bad wrap because they look or sound scammy. You wanna know a real scam? Charging someone to teach them about blogger and adsense!

    Seen so much of that around its pathetic. If you just use the search engines you can learn how to do that for free…through blogs!

    Same goes for PPD though, you dont need them to learn how to use IFW’s…they really just give you a step by step instruction manual with vids etc.

    But hey, I spent $35 and made over $9k before I got tired of it. Had a good run, I hope the same for others.

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  4. I agree w/ Some Guy.

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  5. “from now on, I’m going to start sending the most annoying responses back. This includes asking every single question that I can think of while telling them a fabricated life story. The war against scams like Project Payday wages on.”

    Dude, ever heard of the “remove from mailing list” link at the bottom of the email?

    Secondly, sending a response back will do you no good…”auto-responder” sends out those messages.

    Third, PPD is some scam right? I have made over $8k with them without a hitch.

    Survey sites are scams…and look at who is promoting them on his site? Come on, $1 – $5 ($5+ is rare and you know it.) for the time it takes it answer all those questions? At least with PPD you make $20 or more in the same amount of time.

    Oh and fourthly,

    “The wahwatchdog is a load of crap to be honest. The owner just linked to nearly every affiliate product in the Clickbank marketplace and assigned a random grade and number of “votes” to it. It’s a waste of time and a complete scam.”

    Agreed about wahwatchdog, but uh…those survey links…and cashcrate links etc on this site…..**cough**…**cough**…

    Oh, and you want to talk about SPAM?! Those survey sites send you more SPAM than anything else I have ever seen.

    I agree with a lot of what you say Steve, but the PPD reviews suck IMNSHO.

    I do admit that offer site emails are a bit much as well, and the PPD methods are time consuming. If you do not know what you are doing, or don’t keep track of things…yes you can lose money. See, I’m not completely against you ;)

    You can’t convince me that the program that gives me the $ I need to help feed my 3 year old daughter has somehow ripped me off of $35 even though I have been paid out over $8K in a matter of months?!?!

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  6. Hey! Joe didn’t write this review I did.

    The original price was in the mid thirties. I’m not sure about the exact amount. The wahwatchdog is a load of crap to be honest. The owner just linked to nearly every affiliate product in the Clickbank marketplace and assigned a random grade and number of “votes” to it. It’s a waste of time and a complete scam.

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  7. so, i was interested in the original amount they were asking for (as the price of the “product”). i went to the webpage and couldn’t see it. i click “back” and i landed on http://www.wahwatchdog.org. very interesting… any way, Joe: what was the original amount they were asking for? $9.99 actually seems like a good deal for a scam. considering that others cost $29.95 to $69.95. =D

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  8. So will you do us the honor of sharing what will be hilarious emails to those scam artists? Oh, If I could be a fly on the wall, LMAO!

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