10 Minute Paydays Review: What’s NOT To Like?

10 Minute Paydays Review: What’s NOT To Like?

10 Minute Paydays Review: What’s NOT To Like?


There are so many programs on the internet promising big bucks, but how many of these programs truly deliver on their promises? Unfortunately, the track record isn’t great. How do you know what is on the level and what isn’t when you’re researching a program or system? Read my 10 Minute Paydays review to find out what’s not to like.

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It can be hard to distinguish what is truth, because not every scammy program is all bad, they do have legitimate features, making it that much trickier to flesh out if what they’re offering is worth the money and the promises. I have no affiliation whatsoever with 10 Minute Paydays, I’m just here to give an honest review of what I’ve learned based on the facts. Ultimately, it’s up to you to make an informed decision on whether the program is the right fit for you. Let’s get started.

Facts About 10 Minute Paydays


Product Name: 10 Minute Paydays
Founder: Gregg Price (Supposedly)
Website: 10minutepaydays.co
Type of Business: Make money online
Cost To Get Started: $9.00 on up

I have to say that my initial impression of this system was not a favorable one, strictly based on the phrase “10 minutes a day.” My first question was: “Is this another program promising huge commissions with little to no effort. Yep, I didn’t even have to watch the video to confirm my suspicions. Right above the video is the teaser: “Take Action Today And Bank Up To $5000 With Just 10 Minutes Work Each Day.” “Bank Up To 45000” and “10 Minutes” are highlighted in red.

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Okay, I get that a bold headline can draw people in. I can’t fault them for that, and immediately rush to a deragatory conclusion before watching the video. In the beginning of the video it proclaims the same statement that the headline does: that 10 Minute Payday is a money making system where you can make 5K a day in only 10 minutes a day. Hence, the name.

Notice the trigger words in what they say next: “In the last 30 days alone, this system has helped dozens of ordinary people make more than $150,000, with ease, from the comfort of their own homes.” If you are desperately looking for a way to make money online, these emotionally-packed words will likely have an effect you.

It gets better. In the first testimonial, which is obviously staged, the woman (undoubtedly a paid actor) states euphorically that every single morning she wakes up to thousands of dollars, and all she did was “click a few buttons.” Well, I admit, that sounds pretty awesome! In just 30 days, she made $157,000. She can now do whatever she wants. She never dreamed that “someone like her” could make that much money and she’s soooo thankful for the opportunity. I bet she is. I would be too.

Because of this powerful system, “people just like you” are becoming millionaires. If you harness what this program has to offer you can be a millionaire within a year. I could probably rest my case right here.

$1,876,337.24 in bank account

They’re talking about paydays like this:

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And this:

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All this cash for not having to do much, and you don’t need any special expertise, qualifications, or experience. Supposedly, anyone can make money with this system, even if you haven’t made money online before. This applies to struggling students, single parents, or anyone hoping to build for retirement or make a little cash on the side.

This gets my ire up because people who have never built and run an internet business have no idea how much time, effort, consistency, dedication, and patience it takes to make it work, even with the right program and tools. It is highly possible to earn a great living on the internet with these ingredients in place.

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The best part of this system is that no matter how busy you are, anyone can sacrifice ten minutes a day to make 500 smackers a minute. 5K is more than you’ll make in a month at your regular job. So, essentially, anyone can hit the big time with this program. Oh, AND you’ll get to drive a Lexus(or equivalent) for all your “hard work.” Spend the day at the beach or the bar or making precious memories with your family.

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You’ll have to hurry to take advantage of the offer to make 35K a week, though, because the video will be taken down soon, and you’ll miss out on this opportunity forever. The narrator (Gregg Price) then goes on to say how 10 Minute Paydays is completely legit and 100% legal. Make money QUICKLY and EASILY. The whole time you’re watching the video, you’ll see all these red boxes moving underneath it with testimonials.

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What You Get With The 10 Minute Paydays System


I’m not sure who Gregg Price is, but he’s been using 10 Minute Paydays for five years and has three homes, six cars, a sailboat, a personal trainer, a personal masseuse and a personal shopper. Plus, he’s got more free time than he knows what to do with, and can satisfy his family’s every whim and desire. Sounding too good to be true?

It’s dubious whether the system has been around for five years. A quick Google search doesn’t show signs of it, another glaring red flag. Here’s a list of what you get when you sign up:

– John Crestani’s Super Affiliate System (I’m a member of ClickBank so I know this is one of their products. In fact, I’ve watched the system’s webinar personally and didn’t pay a dime. Although, Gregg says in the video that it’s a one-time cost to purchase his program, this isn’t true. You’ll also need to buy the Super Affiliate System at some point in order to make the money purported by10 Minute Paydays.
– 6 Short eBooks (all under 30 pages in length)

The eBooks all include how to make money online by:

1. Doing voiceovers

2. Selling stock photos

3. Freelancing

4. Online gaming (huh?)

5. Using freelancers and how to find them

6. Miscellaneous ideas: websites, branding, finding clients, and social media

I would hardly call this a groundbreaking system. The eBooks are anything but high-quality and comprehensive. And they’re short. I know from personal experience from my years of being a photographer, that selling stock photos takes a high-degree of expertise and talent, and is a full-time job in itself. At least in the beginning stages when you’re learning the ins and outs. On top of all this, much of the advice is faulty or outdated.

Many people create businesses in the social media marketing niche, branding niche or website design niche. They’re all huge markets. A short eBook on each of these enormous niches isn’t going to cut it. And what the heck, online gaming? Or voiceovers? These are massive niches unto themselves, as is freelancing. You can get all this information, and much more for free, if you do a little research online. You would need to spend hours upon hours, and a ton of time on each of these topics to just learn the ropes.

BUT, If you don’t make 35K in the first month, you get your money back. I bet they’re regretting that guarantee. At least it only takes 10 minutes a day. After you’ve put in your time, spend the rest of your day sipping margaritas, working on your tan, or eating seafood. Brother…

What If You Don’t Sign Up?


All you have to do is fill in your name and email address to get started for 9 bucks. If you try to go away from the screen, you’ll see this message:

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Of course, they don’t want to lose you.

Disambiguation


Did you know another word for scam is “disambiguation?” which means to remove doubt, confusion, and uncertainty. I find that fascinating. I’ve never heard a scam referred to as a disambiguation. A scam is also called a “confidence trick,” which is an attempt, or trick, to defraud a person or group of people by gaining their confidence.

Folks, in my opinion, 10 Minutes Payday is a disambiguation, and I would spend your money elsewhere. Sure you do get the e-books and other information, and the cost is low, including a money-back guarantee, but you’re not going to get a comprehensive blueprint about how to make money online, and you’re most definitely NOT going to make the money they propose. Do you want to get involved with a program that makes misleading, false promises?

I have something much better for you that is totally legit, and will propel you well on your way to financial freedom. But it isn’t going to require just 10 minutes a day. You’re going to have to work your kaboodle off, and it’s going to take time. But hey, time is going to pass anyway so why not get busy building an online business that will serve you for years and decades to come?

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What do you think of 10 Minute Paydays? Is it a scam? Let me know in the comments:)

 

10 thoughts on “10 Minute Paydays Review: What’s NOT To Like?”

  1. Making 5k dollars daily with freelancing and gaming in just 10 minutes of work? Really? Who will do all the hard work to get everything in order and ready to be submitted? (Hahaha) this has got me rolling on the floor. It is really funny to see such claims. In all truth, everything about this 10 minute paydays points to it as being a dubious system that aims to strip people off their money. I wouldn’t even waste my time on this, not to mention of departing with my money.

    • Hi Tracy,

      I know, it’s ridiculous and what’s sad is people fall for it and buy the system. Wouldn’t it be nice to make that much money in a few minutes a day. Bottom line: you can’t get something for nothing!

      Thanks for taking the time to comment!

  2. Thank you for this honest review. It’s easy to get conned into these kind of scams if you aren’t careful. I doubt many people even care if they don’t make back the $9 and that’s how the scammer makes money. I’m sure they also let you add dubious upgrades that will practically ensure that it only takes 10 minutes a day to make your money dreams come true. 

    Ashley 

    • Hi Ashely,

      Yeah, I think these scammers have it down. If hundreds of people fall for it, that’s quick money in their pockets. And there are certainly upsells that people will fall for as well. All in all it’s a shame. Thanks for reading and commenting. 

  3. Another wonderful review from Holly. The phrases in the name can really be a magnet to draw people in and make them pay for such a lie. I have seen people who have paid so much for something of this sort and its disheartening.

    I hope that people lose their ignorance and see that making money online takes work, time and dedication. There are a number of red flags here. I’m happy you did this review Holly. I feel it is my job to share this post to warn people about this disambiguation. That’s something I just learnt today. Thank you!

    • Thank you. Yes, words and phrases that are emotional in nature appeal to people who are desperate to make money online. These loaded words prey on peoples’ vulnerability, and that makes me mad. That’s why I like writing reviews and exposing scams so more people aren’t taken advantage of.

      I appreciate your comment. 

  4. Ha, it sounds like you approach these “get rick quick” promises with the same suspicion that I do. Thanks for doing the research to point out the red flags and reasons to suspect that the 10 Minute Paydays promises won’t be kept.

    The things you point out like the low-quality eBooks do make it sound like a scam… not even worth a $9 investment or the time it takes to read the short “books.” Thanks for sharing.

    • It’s amazing how many scams are on the internet. i hate that people fall for them, that’s why I like writing reviews. False promises, and easy money with no effort. Systems that seem too good to be true, unfortunately are!

      Thanks for your comment Aly!

  5. Thanks for your honest review on 10 minutes Paydays, this is indeed an eyeopener and I’m glad I came across this review here first before getting scammed.,The creator of the product is just trying to mislead the users to buy a product that they do not need.

    There are many similar sites that promise done-for-you systems. However, I have never seen one that worked before and I don’t think this is any different. Definitely not recommended by me to anyone looking to make money online. 

    • Yep, another scan that promises big bucks, with no work, in a short amount of time. Wouldn’t it be nice if it worked? Alas, it’s too good to be true. Thanks for reading!

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