Project Payday Warns Promoters Against Craigslist Abuse, Holds Back Commissions For Guilty Parties

Project Payday is a membership website and training course that gives people who are new to the online job market the tools that they need to earn a full time income and grow a successful online business. However, new members must follow the rules and guidelines if they wish to continue to earn commissions and make an income with the methods taught.

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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 18, 2012

Project Payday recently announced that it would be withholding commissions for any referrals that they see are coming in from the Craigslist website. While advertising on Craigslist was formerly promoted by the company, due to the number of members who have been abusing the site by posting in the “jobs” section, rather than in the business section, the Craigslist website has cracked down on any posts that have to do with project Payday, even the ones that have been properly posted and had been previously allowed.

While not all ads have been banned, those who have tried to abuse the Craigslist system by advertising the program as an “employment opportunity” rather than what it actually is, a way to generate additional income, have had their personal accounts banned. More scrutiny has also been given to those who are promoting the company, even if they do follow the rules and post in the right section. This is a big hit for many Project Payday promoters, as Craigslist has been one of the easiest ways to get new referrals and benefit from the commissions doled out with the company’s referral system.

Because of this, Project Payday has issued a warning to all members that those who continue to try to use the system in this way will have their commissions withheld. The company uses proxies so that it can tell where the referrals are coming in from, so if it is shown that someone is still getting referrals from a Craigslist job posting, that promoter will not be able to receive their commission. This can be seen as a pretty drastic measure to some, however it is how the company has chosen to safeguard against any threat that could ruin the earning abilities of their thousands of other promoters who are still attempting to earn using the simple and legitimate methods outlined in the training manual by co-founder Monika St. John. A full Project Payday review provides more information on this company.


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