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Project Payday Helps Thousands Supplement Their Income
Project Payday has been around for many years and continues to help people earn extra income by completing simple online jobs and tasks.

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Project Payday is a private membership website that is focused on teaching simple but effective methods of making money online. The 65 page training manual written by Monika St. John teaches these various methods and according to the website they are easy enough for people with even the most basic computer skills to utilize.

All in all there are around 19 different methods taught, and while there are 65 pages in the Project Payday manual, the website states that only the first 17 pages need to be read in order for a member to start earning money. The training includes learning the basics of affiliate marketing, referral marketing and other marketing models. With this knowledge under their belts, members are given access to a number of simple jobs and tasks that they can complete and get reimbursed for.

Average payment for completing these tasks is around $20 - $50. By finding and completing a number of these tasks in their spare time, users can quickly make a nice amount of extra profit while working on their own schedule and keeping up with their other responsibilities.

The Project Payday website shows many examples of those who are now earning thousands of dollars each month with these methods. However, they do point out that these types of results are not typical and those who are making those amounts spend a lot of time each day doing what they do and working on their internet business. For the average person, this opportunity would be more suitable for gaining a little extra income on the side rather than replacing their primary job or source of income.

Normal pricing for the training manual and membership is $34.95. However, now people can gain access to the website and manual by completing a trial offer from one of the sponsor companies of the site. If the person opts to pay the membership fee, there is a 60 day money back guarantee.

However, despite the seemingly easy and risk free tasks, there are some who believe that the whole deal is a Project Payday scam. These complaints often stem from those who do not fully understand how the methods work and so are either unable to make any money or else actually end up losing money as some of the tasks on other websites require an initial sign up fee. These types of situations can almost always be easily avoided if the people making use of the program, read all the information first, and do their research before joining any tasks or jobs.

While you may need to make some initial investment to start earning money, there are many tasks that are free to sign up for and those that require a fee often only charge a minimal one. Those who are interested in utilizing these methods should do their research and gain more information by reading the many Project Payday reviews available online. While there are both positive and negative reviews, reading a number of them will help potential members to judge whether the opportunity is one that is right for them.

Media Contact: Amber Rose Internet Income University, 877-474-9344, mail@internetincomeuniversity.com

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