I came across 10 Minute Paydays while checking my emails earlier today.
This site claims you can “make $5,000 in just 10 minutes” of using the system. Apparently, all the work is done for you, so you can just “click a few buttons” and watch the money roll in.
What’s 10 Minute Paydays About?
10 Minute Paydays (located at 10minutepaydays.co) is a new site that promises to give you access to a “money making system” for just $9.
The video on the site never discloses the details about what you are buying.
Instead, it spends the majority of the time talking about how quick and easy it’s going to be to start making big money online.
You are also shown testimonials from other people using the system, like this one:
This woman claims that she wakes up to $1,000’s in her account, and all she did was click a few buttons. All thanks to the 10 Minute Paydays system.
But I don’t buy it.
I’ve reviewed 100’s of programs on this site over the years, so I know BS hype when I see it. And that is exactly what is going on here.
For starters, there’s no such thing as a system that pays you $5k in 10 minutes. This is “get rich quick” hype at its finest and not something you should ever buy into.
Second, these “testimonials” are 100% fake, and I can prove it.
For example, the woman in the video claiming to make $1,000’s per day with the system, is really just a Fiverr.com actor. She (literally) sells fake testimonials for a living:
Unfortunately, this sort of deception is common among sites like this. Using hype, fake testimonials and other tactics to convince you to part with your money.
And it works.
I mean, it can be tempting to try something like this if you need quick money.
But the reality is, you are not going to be making $5k after joining this “system” at all. Instead, you will be lining the pockets of the people running this site. And with potentially a lot more than 9 bucks I might add.
Let me explain…
How Does This “System” Work?
The way 10 Minute Paydays works is by getting you “in the door” for $9, using hype and false promises of “quick and easy success”. And if you do buy, the upselling begins.
Which is how these people make the bulk of their money off of you. Because the upsells you are presented with after buying run into the $100’s and use equally sketchy sales tactics.
This is the agenda from the moment you receive that initial email or click on that online ad.
To get you to visit the sales page, buy the $9 “money making system”, and fork out even more money on upsells. All so these people can make as much money as humanly possible off of you, before you even get to the “training” part of the site.
A training which will not help you make quick and easy money online. Because that is a fairy tale that does not exist. Period.
I personally earn a full time income online and I have tried just about every type of program you could think of. And not one single program promising these results, actually delivers.
What you really get is a generic, outdated training about making money online. One that, in my opinion, is not even worth $9. Because there is literally better quality training online for free.
The other thing I want to mention here is that the product itself is sold to you by a company called ClickBetter:
ClickBetter is a third party affiliate network that (among other things) facilitates payment. And they are known to open their doors to some of the lowest quality programs online.
In any case, the good news is, ClickBetter provides a 60 day money back guarantee. And they do honor this because I’ve put it to the test several times now. So if you want your money back, contact ClickBetter support and they should be able to help you out.
Conclusion- Is 10 Minute Paydays Legit or Scam?
Yes, 10 Minute Paydays is a scam in my opinion.
I say this because the site leads you to believe you are getting access to an autopilot system that makes you $5k in 10 minutes of work per day. Which is not what you get access to at all.
And the site uses misleading marketing tactics to sell you this nonsense, such as fake testimonials and get rich quick hype. Not to mention, immediately after buying, more offers are thrown your way that are equally (if not more) dubious. All in an effort to make even more money off of you.
I guess you could argue that it’s not a scam.
Because you do get access to a product and there is a money back guarantee in place from ClickBetter.
But what “think” you are buying and what you “actually” get are worlds apart. So (at best) this is very misleading stuff.
Either way, I won’t be recommending this to you.
The entire “system” is really about using hype claims to sell you as much as possible. All so that whoever is running this site can profit off of you, rather than actually help you get started online.