Project Payday bills itself as providing "realistic extra income for the average Joe." It makes clear that it's not a get-rich-quick endeavor but an opportunity to earn additional money based on the time and effort you're willing to put in. It requires no initial cash outlay from users. However, it can take a lot of work on your part to generate any significant income.
How Project Payday Works
Project Payday works by taking advantage of "incentivized freebie websites," in which you earn money by joining and referring people to these free trial programs. The more companies you join and the more people you refer, the more money you can make. Once you join Project Payday, you receive a training guide and are partnered with a mentor who will show you the ropes.
Better Business Bureau Rating
A quick Internet search reveals various sites claiming Project Payday is a scam, but that's not the view of the Better Business Bureau. The BBB gave Project Payday its highest rating, an A+. That rating was based on the amount of time the business was in operation and the number of complaints received and the response and resolution to these complaints, along with the BBB's own background information on the company.