I came across Massive Online Paydays via an email earlier today. The link in the email took me to a ‘special report’ from Tonya Martin about making up to $379 per day from home.
Sounds cool. But I’ve seen this exact sales page (AKA special report) many times, so I knew full well what it was really about.
It’s a good thing you’re here, and I’ll explain why I say this now…
What Is Massive Online Paydays?
Massive Online Paydays is a fake link posting job presented by alias Tonya Martin.
Tonya promises to give you access to a “certified program” which shows you how to post links and pays out $100’s per day effortlessly. All you need to do is sign up and start posting links for big companies.
Certainly sounds good. But it’s fake. Every single word of it.
I realise that’s a pretty bold claim, and I don’t expect you to take my word for it. So I’ll show you why I say this and you can decide for yourself.
Anyways, Massive Online Paydays is really a training program that shows you how to get started with affiliate marketing. Which is not a job, but it is a legitimate business model.
The reason I’m not a fan, is because what you really buy versus what the sales page says are two completely different things.
Who Is Tonya Martin?
Before we get into how the program itself works, let’s take a look at “Tonya Martin” for a moment. She claims to have been a struggling mother of a 6 year old daughter and she lost her job…
She discovered how to post links one day by pure chance, and now she’s living the dream.
Unfortunately, her story is completely fake. This SAME exact story can be found across countless other websites just like this one. Only with a few details changed around.
How do I know? Good question. For starters, she’s a stock photo:
And as for her story, it’s the same one used across countless other link posting scam sites I’ve reviewed. For example, alias’ such as Kelly Simmons, Heather Smith and Susan Whitman to name a few…
There are new alias’ coming out all the time. The people behind these sites are constantly changing the details up to trick people. Once enough negative reviews are out there, they switch it up and start over.
The bottom line is- Tonya Martin is fake and her story is BS.
How Does Massive Online Paydays Work?
As mentioned, this is meant to be a link posting job. They even give you a link posting income calculator to work out how much money you can per link. As you may have guessed already, this too is fake.
Anyways, it is true that you can earn money with links. But the real process of doing so is vastly different to how they describe it. I really do mean vastly different.
The REAL process is called affiliate marketing.
In and of itself, affiliate marketing is absolutely legitimate. This is what I do myself to earn a living online. It works and it’s a top business model. But these people are deliberately misrepresenting the facts to trick you into buying their program.
What do I mean by this?
Well for starters, affiliate marketing is NOT a job of any kind. It’s a business. Second, it doesn’t make you tons of money as quickly and easily as the sales page would have you believe.
Massive Online Paydays is really selling you a basic training course on affiliate marketing. And once you buy, you get hit with a TON of additional upsells.
This particular “version” is selling you into a 21 step training program created by a company called MOBE. Which is not a scam in itself, because it does teach you some basic affiliate marketing concepts.
But the cost does not stop at $49. Far from it. The upsells within MOBE range as high as $30k and beyond and if you want to make the real money in this system, you need to upgrade to those ‘higher levels’ too.
In any case, this training is marketed in a deliberately misleading manner in my opinion. In most cases, the people responsible for sites like this (as in the versions that promote MOBE) are really just MOBE affiliates.
So I guess you can’t exactly blame the company itself for this.
Are People Really Making Money With This Program?
One of the most common themes among scams, is the use of fake testimonials. Unfortunately, this kind of thing works because people reason that if others are making money, it must be legit.
Makes sense. But only if the testimonials are actually real. Which in this case, they are not.
These same canned testimonials used on many similar programs, which means they clearly hold no weight. And they’re really just stock photos too so they’re not even real people to begin with…
If Massive Online Paydays really does work… why use fake testimonials?
Feeling Pressured To Buy Quickly? That’s Intentional…
Many of these link posting scams pretend to have ‘limited spots’ available in your area.
The use of geo-targeting software makes this appear more realistic, and they also pretend that the program has received a lot of media attention lately. They use news logos, generic news segments on ‘working from home’ and make the sales page appear to be a ‘special report’.
Make no mistake… the offer is not limited and they have never been featured in the news. Simply visit the sales page (http://massiveonlinepaydays.com/f/info.php?) at ANY time and it will say the exact same thing. Every time. And the disclaimer page confesses that they have no affiliation with any news network too.
But I guess the offer is ‘limited’ in some respects though…
Because they continually change the details up and create new versions once the old ones get exposed. This is how they have kept this same old scam running for many years now.
The Verdict – Is Massive Online Paydays a Scam?
As far as the sales material goes, I personally consider it a full blown scam. Yes.
It’s made to appear as a ‘link posting job’ but in reality, it’s a basic training on affiliate marketing. Which is not a job at all and to make money with affiliate marketing is completely different to pretty much everything they tell you.
In this case, the underlying training behind Massive Online Paydays website is brought to you by a company called MOBE. As such, I wouldn’t classify it as a complete scam. I personally don’t recommend MOBE, but you do get some training for your money. And affiliate marketing is absolutely a legit business model in and of itself.
That being said, if you buy into this expecting $49 to be the end of it, or you expect it to be a job, you’ll be very disappointed.
Whatever you decide to do, hopefully this review has given you some insight to make a more informed decision about buying.
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