I came across a web site about three hours ago by the name of Instant Payday Network, and decided to research it more thoroughly.
First of all, I must say that the site offers an excellent presentation by the creator, Jeff Buchanan. Mr Buchanan claims that you can make money with his system at no cost. Unlike many presentations, he seems to hold his positions on this. However, as you go through the system, you could be inclined to think this may be too good to be true. I suggest that you go through, keep an open mind and decide for yourself.
The system is one, whereby, you get paid for referring prospects to various Fortune 500 companies. The user of this website is asked to complete three steps. Step One is to sign up for a program known as Express – My Cash Freebies. Mr. Buchanan’s landing page has a link to their site. When you go there, and sign up, you are asked to complete as many offers by Fortune 500 companies that will allow you one full credit. Then, as you send referrals to the Express-My Cash Freebies, $20 is deposited to your PayPal account.
These offers are for goods or services that you may want, or need anyway. They are not connected with the marketing training materials in the Instant Payday Network. In fact, the marketing and training materials will not cost you anything. I have thoroughly checked this out, and Mr. Buchanan definitely keeps his word on this.
Only a select few of these offers allow one full credit. Many allow only a fraction of a credit. Your purpose here is to accumulate one full credit. Some of the offers stipulate that they are free. This is not a deception. This is true. You can accumulate your credit without paying out any money.
After that, the user is then asked to go to Step Two and sign up for what is known as Double My Cash Freebies. Here, you are again asked to complete as many offers that will allow you one full credit. On some offers, just one will get that credit for you. Then, referrals to this section supposedly results in a payment of $30 deposited to your PayPal account. After completing Steps One and Two, you are supposed to be set for life, as far as the credits are concerned. In a nutshell, before you can put this referral program into effect, you are merely asked to preview some of the goods or services, under no obligation. Finally, there is a third step, where you can download the marketing tools to put this program into operation. After exploring this section, I believe that this program is definitely not a scam.
Mr. Buchanan seems to be right, in that, it will cost you nothing to use his system. The Fortune 500 companies are not going to allow you to promote, and recommend their products unless you try them out for yourself, under no obligation. You may be thinking that costs will accumulate, but this is not the case.
Furthermore, I performed some due diligence on this system. For the most part, I found some pretty good reviews on it.
In a previous post, about our weekend with Gregory, he said that he was using the system, and was making in excess of $300 per week.
In summary, the Instant Payday Network seems like a good money making system on the surface. It is very simple, and straight-forward. Getting that one credit for Step One, and those two half credits for Step Two could prove to be a little time consuming. Once you do this, the rest is fairly easy to follow.
Perhaps the system could work if you have the patience to follow through with the first two steps of getting the credits. This should not take an average person more than two hours – three at the most.. But once you get passed these first two steps, the rest is all down-hill. Personally, I would recommend the Instant Payday Network. It is not like anything else that you have seen online before.