Paydays At Home Review: The Dirty Secret is Out!

Paydays At Home ReviewYou know the saying that a leopard can't change its spots? Well that is certainly the case with many of the work at home scams I've covered in the past. One that keeps coming up is a link posting scam. If you've read my other reviews on link posting scams such as xyz. Then you already know what the heart of my Paydays at Home Review is going to be about. But if you're not familiar with link posting scams then you definitely want to dive into my article below so you know how to avoid this company or any other forms it may take. Because you're going to see versions of this a lot. So it's better you get informed now.

What is Paydays At Home?

Paydays at Home, also known as Secure Home Profits and Secure Cash at Home, was created by Amy Sanders or was it? Apparently the exact same system was also created by a person named Sue Thompson. Lord knows if any of these people are real and we don't really have a solid date as to when this was all created. Along with the multiple names and multiple owners, this company has quite a few websites.  They include the following: paydayathome.org, paydaysathomes.net, securehomeprofits.com, ultimatehomeprofits.com, and securecashathome.com. They sure like changing their names a lot, I wonder why….

How Does Paydays At Home Work?

The system works by sending you premade links that you are supposed to post in forums and other social medias. You will receive a commission for each person you get to subscribe or buy via the link.

They claim that by only working one hour a day, you can replace your current income. Also, by working your butt off, your alleged income will be unlimited! Is that right?

How much does all this cost?

At the time of this review the initial cost of the program is $97. They claim that the original price is $197 and you are receiving a $100 discount. Wow! Funny how that discount never really expires, isn't it? Once you pay the $97 fee, you will be contacted by “experts” who only seem hell bent on making you spend more money by pressuring  you into buying their coaching programs and training systems. When it is all said and done, you could end up spending double, if not triple, the original price of the program. Yikes!!!

Paydays At Home Complaints

Fake Praise…

Paydays at Home featured a ton of testimonials and “proof” that their system works. But, in reality, these are fake testimonials. So, if you went to one of the websites and thought that the testimonies were a little too good to be true, it's because they are!

Who the heck are you?

If you were curious about who Amy Sanders and Sue Thompson are, both claim to be single moms who found this proven system to earn a living from home. But this is a story line that has been used by many other scams. It's one designed to pull at your heart strings and make people immediately relate to these women since most work at home seekers are moms. But unfortunately these ladies aren't real and neither are their stories.

Other complaints and issues include the fact that those “experts” that will call you to provide you with “help” are just trying to do their job and talk you out of as much money as they possibly can! Don't fall for this!

Why so many sites?

As I mentioned earlier they have multiple websites that are pretty much promoting the same nonsense. The reason they're doing this is to cover their tracks. Once one of their shady sites gets exposed as a scam by a blog like mine, they just duplicate the website and put a new name on it. So if you happen to do the research under the new site name you may not read any negative reviews because we covered one of their old sites. So it's cat and mouse game where they try to stay ahead of the bad publicity by changing their identity constantly. So that is where all the different websites come from.

Fake News & Security Seals

Depending on which of the many sites you visit you might see prominent links to news websites that you know and trust. You may also see security seals that claim the site has been scanned safe. This is all a ploy to give you a sense of security that these organizations endorse this scummy site. But the reality is they're not endorsed by these legitimate sites. They're just stealing their logos and slapping it on their website.

Is Paydays At Home A Scam Or Legit?

In conclusion, Paydays at Home is nothing more than a scam. Tomorrow it will go by another name, but you know what they say, a rose called by any other name is still a rose. So, a scam called by any other name is still a scam. Don't waste your money and your time on this alleged work at home “opportunity”. It's not what it claims to be.

Hopefully you found value in this Paydays At Home Review. But you may be disappointed that this turned out to be another scam. Don't worry all is not lost. There are legitimate ways to make money online. But they all involve real work on your end. So as long as you're fine with that then I have a few recommendations for you.

You may want to check out my Wealthy Affiliate Review which provides you a free alternative to Paydays at home or whatever the hell they're calling themselves now. Wealthy Affiliate has taught me the skills that has helped me earn a full time income online. And it doesn't involve spamming links all over the web hoping that someone will click and buy whatever garbage that this other company promotes. With Wealthy Affiliate you're learning how to get paid to help people with their problems. People are coming to you rather than you chasing them down. So it's great way to make money online. Don't worry if you don't understand it all now. Wealthy Affiliate can teach you as it did for me. Just keep in mind how you landed on this website. You wanted some advice on this company and my website showed up, so that's part of what you'll learn. So give it a look especially since it's risk free.

Another option you may want to consider is my Work At Home Courses. A lot of my success online has been because I have multiple streams of income. I don't just put all my eggs in one basket when it comes to earning money and neither should you. So I would highly recommend that you look into my work at home courses as well.

I hope this all helps. But I would love to hear your thoughts about this company so please post a comment below.  I don't want to feel like I'm babbling to myself. lol Until next time,

Eddy with a y

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curtis 0 Lynch - September 3, 2016 Reply

I’m glad I saw your review on internet link posting. This company I was looking at now calls themselves Global Payday Systems but when I looked at their disclaimer,terms, and privacy notes I saw names such as securecashathome.com, paydaysat home.come, and Home Income program. The person pushing it now goes by the name Karen Evans. And just like you said they cleverly used a screen shot of a CNN news interview with Wolf Blitzer and Suze Orman talking about the BREXIT chaos and how they inserted links to the site as if it was part of the conversation. And like you also said they were asking for 97 bucks. And get this… they claim their program certifies you to become a “Search Engine Agent”. Wow…how bogus can it get???…thanks for the info

    Eddy Salomon - September 5, 2016 Reply

    Hey Curtis,

    Thanks for sharing this update. Scams like this continue to exist because people keep falling for them. So I’m glad you came here and shared this update. Be sure to share this article with others so they can be on the look out for this shady scam.

Neil - June 22, 2016 Reply

How are these work from home online scams even allowed to exist online? The funny thing is, Google indexes these websites in its serach results but surely it must give Google a bad reputation too?

If I earned a great deal of money by simply posting links, I would be posting them left, right and center all day long. But then after a while, you would be classed as a spammer.

Surely to join a program like Paydays At Home should be free considering you’re putting in the work for them? But then again, an online scam would attempt to squeeze as much money out of you as possible.

Thanks for your review and this is one “fake” program I’ll be staying away from.

Neil

    Eddy Salomon - June 22, 2016 Reply

    I guess you can ask the same question about any other illegal or shady activity that happens offline or online. There will always be people doing shady things like this. And google can only police but so much when they have millions of websites to index and monitor. Fortunately Google also does a good job of ranking pages like this that warn people about scams like this.

Kevin - April 27, 2016 Reply

Hello Eddy,

Nice website of yours and very helpful article this one you wrote about.

It’s always nice to see people helping to find scams online (there are a lot of them). It’s incredible how they reproduce all over the net and still they have people buying them.

Thanks in advance for all your work.

    Eddy Salomon - April 28, 2016 Reply

    You’re welcome Kevin. I agree these scam artist are like roaches. They keep popping up! So I like to shine my light on them.

Tony - April 26, 2016 Reply

Hey Eddy,

Great review of a dodgy system. There are too many of these scams around preying on people’s insecurities, which makes systems like Wealthy Affiliate so much more attractive.

You can’t beat the community and the educational material available which make it so much more possible to succeed.

Keep up the good work

Nathaneal - April 24, 2016 Reply

Ive always wanted to work at home! It is unfortunate that you ran into a scam, but you putting out the words does help other stay away.
Wealthy Affiliate is a great place, and with hard work Im sure almost anyone can accomplish big things! Your online courses sound interesting and I will be sure to check them out!

    Eddy Salomon - April 25, 2016 Reply

    Hey, I don’t fall for this scam. But I did learn about it to warn others. So hopefully it helps others. I appreciate your kind words though. Thanks

King of Rage - April 22, 2016 Reply

We need more people online like you to expose these scam artists! Everyone wants to do business online, especially because it can be done from home. That probably why there are so many scam sites offering bad and expensive courses on this subject.

I’m so glad that you gave readers an insight on these types of scams, and even provided a free alternative to educating themselves! I couldn’t find one bad review of Wealthy Affiliate!

Thanks for putting up this site, you’re providing a great service!

Kris - April 19, 2016 Reply

Thanks this is a really engaging and topical subject which is very relevant to me at the moment. I am trying and trying to sort through the scams and to come up with something honest which can actually make some money! That wealthy affiliate thing you mention sounds intriguing. The research I have done around the topic all points to good things so far! Maybe I will give it a go.
Thanks again,
Kris

    Eddy Salomon - April 20, 2016 Reply

    You’re welcome Kris. There are definitely a lot more scams out there then there are legitimate options. So it’s good you’re doing your due diligence. WA has definitely been the one legitimate option that has helped me and others earn money online legitimately for years now. It takes time and patience but it does work. So I don’t think you can go wrong there if you’re interested in starting a business online.

Angela - April 18, 2016 Reply

Hey Eddy,

I can tell that you put a lot of time and effort not only into this post about paydays at home but also into your entire site. Your review really spills the beans on this worthless scam, it is just a shame that so many people fall for it.
Thanks for your information
Angela

    Eddy Salomon - April 18, 2016 Reply

    Thanks Angela! Hopefully they won’t if they read this article. So feel free to share it!

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