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SAN DIEGO, Dec. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Project Payday is a membership website that acts as a resource for those who want to use the income methods outlined in Monika St. John's training manual of the same name. Included in this manual are 19 different methods to earn an online income that basically anyone can use. Some of the opportunities are free while others have a fee associated with them. By using these methods, some people have been able to earn a very decent monthly income, some even bringing in as much as $5000 plus each month.

However, for the average user of the Project Payday methods, the actual income may be a lot less than this. The website clearly states that those who are making that large amount of income each month are those that have dedicated a considerable amount of time to completing the tasks involved in implementing the methods on a daily basis.

So, while the methods can be quite profitable, most would agree that the opportunity is more suited for those who want to make a smaller amount that would serve as extra income on top of what their normal day to day job is bringing in. This is ideal for those who are expecting an extra expense that is not covered by their monthly paychecks, or who wish to have some extra money for their own personal use.

Using the Project Payday methods part time can be an easy way to earn an extra $50 to $500, without taking away too much time from the person's real job or detracting from time spent with family or friends. However there are a few drawbacks to the methods involved in making an income.

First of all, most of the methods included in the training manual are based on using Incentivized Freebie Websites (IFW's). These are internet businesss sites that partner with larger company websites to help attract customers by providing an incentive for completing trial offers or referring others to the website or program.

The compensation could be monetary (from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars) or it could be in the form of free products (usually electronics). This may sound like a good deal, and it can be, but there are a few things that must be remembered.

First, not all sign ups for trials are free. Many are, but others require a small fee. This means that there is still some investment that needs to be made in order to generate an income with most of the Project Payday methods.

Second, if the method being used relies on referrals, it can be very difficult to find enough people to complete an offer. There is a forum on the Project Payday membership website where members can offer a percentage of the total commission to those who are willing to sign up under them, but even this can be difficult.

Third, many free or low cost trial memberships for products or services from the Incentivized Freebie Websites must be cancelled within a certain time period, or else the member will start being charged the regular price for the product or service.

However, as long as members are aware of these risks, then there should be no problem earning a little extra income with Project Payday. For a full Project Payday review, click here.

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