|By PR Newswire||
|January 3, 2013 11:00 PM EST||
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Project Payday is one of the most popular ways to earn an extra income online. Many people use the methods taught in Monika St. John's online training manual to earn some extra cash while still holding their regular job or jobs. These methods are simple and don't require too much time and energy to utilize which is why they are so attractive to those who would like to supplement their normal incomes with an extra $50 to $500 each month.
However, despite the apparent success and popularity of the program, there are still many scam reports online, some with complaints about the amount of money that they were actually able to make and some coming out strong and calling the whole website and business a con. This can be confusing to those who are interested in the Project Payday program and are seeking information on it.
Complaints often stem from those who had overly high expectations of what the program could do for them. The website does give a few examples of Project Payday users that are making full time incomes (up $5,000 or more) using the methods. However, the website also prominently displays the disclaimer that those who are getting these results are using the methods almost constantly and that the results shown are not typical.
This is to say that, while earning $5,000 a month using Project Payday is certainly possible, it is not very probable; especially for those who only have a few short hours a day or even each week to devote to using the methods of Project Payday. These high expectations, however, have caused some to label the project as a scam, when in fact it may simply be a case of misunderstanding the way the program works.
Other scam reviews are simply libelous and untrue reports by those who have not even used the program but who would like to ride on the coat tails of a popular search phrase by writing false Project Payday scam reviews. These reviews often end with the writer of the review plugging their own online get rich quick programs.
The truth is that Project Payday is not a good way to get rich quick. It is, however, an excellent way for people to earn a little extra income that can help to cover monthly expenses or to save up for a special event, occasion or a large purchase that is not covered by their regular salaries. When it comes to this, Project Payday is one of the most reliable and straight forward ways to earn that little extra money online without the risk that a large investment in an actual online business would involve.
The business has been in operation for 7 years and has an A rating with the Better Business Bureau, so those wishing to make use of the program can rest assured that it is indeed legitimate. For more information on the program, please visit InternetBusinessInnerCircle.com for a more complete Project Payday review.
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