I first heard about Instant Payday Network awhile back while researching legitimate ways to earn money on the internet. Everyone and their brother is out to tell you how amazing this system is. The internet is FULL of people promoting the Instant Payday Network. You have to look for quite awhile before you actually run into something with a single negative thing to say about it. I mean, any program you can use for 100% free and make money with has to be great, right?
If you’re looking for an honest Instant Payday Network review, please hear me out.
In order to join Instant Payday Network, you need to join Express MyCashFreebies and Double MyCashFreebies. These are websites where you can sign up for various CPA offers from fortune 500 companies.
Examples of CPA offers –
These aren’t static offers and can change daily, weekly or monthly. Some of these only require you complete the free trial offers, but you still need to enter you credit card information for 99.9% of the offers.
Upon joining each of these CPA offer sites, you will be given a referral code. You can use this within “Step 3” of the IPDN system to access it for free. He provides you with a capture page, free email marketing campaign and teaches you marketing strategies to send you capture page around the internet to attempt to have others sign up. He calls this a “turnkey” system that will create you a steady income online if you put in the work. However in order to get credited for referrals and start making money you’ll need to complete CPA offers, and you referrals much complete the offers in order for you to get credit for them.
Each one of these CPA offers within MyCashFreebies and Double MyCashFreebies is worth a certian amount of credit, anywhere for 1/10 to 1 full credit. You need to complete 2 full credits at each company to be approved for Instant Payday Network. This would be signing up for a minimum of 4 offers – assuming you did 1 credit offers – but those usually are ones that require paying more money, so if you wanted to attempt the free trials you may be looking at completing closer to around 10 offers (maybe even more).
You need to first complete your CPA offers. Then you’ll get paid money each time someone you referred via your capture page completes their trial offers too – I believe it’s $20 for MyCashFreebies and $30 for Double MyCashFreebies.
THEN….You are then encourage to join the Empower Network, where you will be pressured into spending thousands upon thousands of dollars to be able to earn the “REAL” money.
First of all, you need to be very careful completing these CPA offers. Diligently keep track of every single offer you sign up for – the date, when it expires, etc so you know when to cancel. Do some basic research on each of these companies and see if other people have had issues with their billing departments. A little research brings up some red flags for some of these companies…
Freecreditscore, Creditreports and eMusic – just a few of the CPA offers availabe within MyCashFreebies – have quite a few customer complaints. These complaints pretty much all involved the billing and people saying they were charged beyond their free trials even though they cancelled. This is very real and isn’t uncommon, it has actually happened to me before too.
Remember, you’re giving out your credit card info to SEVERAL companies and you need to be very careful because you could end up getting charged for “free” offers if you don’t cancel soon enough (or if you are unlucky).
Sure, you can refer your friends to IPN via your capture page, maybe pick up a few stray leads here and there and earn each time they complete their CPA offers. However, this is a very empty marketing campaign that has no strong foundation. If you’re attempting to make money by spamming your link on Craigslist, blog comments, forums, YouTube… you’re going to find it really hard to actually get consistent traffic and conversions. There are thousands of other people attempting to do the exact same thing as you, and your campaign isn’t even unique.
Perhaps you can make some stray dollars with this, but it won’t lead you to the types of figures Jeff talks about, that is for sure.
I would not recommend this program to my family or friends. Maybe it’s just that I’ve had one too many bad experiences dealing with companies trying to unlawfully charge my credit card, not allow me to cancel trial offers, or just essentially NOT co-operate with me in any way. Perhaps it’s just my bad luck–but I just wanted to forewarn you all about what you are actually entering into with this program.
If you sign up for this thinking you’ll instantly make hundreds or thousands every day with doing basically no work, you won’t. But hey, you can sign up and do it for free, so I guess you technically aren’t losing out on anything but your time (and your personal information).
If you DO decide to try this program out, try the free steps and see if they work for you. Don’t proceed to the 4th step and join Empower Network. You’re just going to end up losing a lot of money.
Anyone have any experience with Instant Payday Network they’d like to share?