I’m working on annoting a video I made of red flags in the Internet Payday sales process and will have that up sometime tomorrow. My guess is you will soon start seeing customer support people posting in the comments area of this blog. Some will tell you they aren’t here to “defend” the sales process. Others may try to do so.
Another prediction of mine is that within a couple months they will shut down the InternetPayday site and start a new one under a different name. Feel free to watch as everything about InternetPayday.co unfolds here right before your eyes.
In the meantime, you should know the following about Internet Payday:
1. Monthly charges for Internet Payday if you continue past the trial are $65.99/month.
Note: I enlarged them for this post. In the original post they are in a very small font and beneath a big red arrow pointing to the order form. Also, at the top of the page, Internet Payday states:
“Internet Payday Product Cost (Sign Up Today and Product Fees will be waived)”
In other words, Internet Payday doesn’t even mention that you are taking part in a trial offer in the most obvious place where they could mention that fact!
Charges show up as:
- EBIZ PCKG 8669559132
2. The security seals InternetPayday.co uses on it’s order page aren’t clickable.
Internet Payday uses the following security seals on it’s order page
- McAfee Secure
- Verified Secured
However, those security seals aren’t clickable to the appropriate 3rd party verification site which makes them worthless.
3. InternetPayday Uses The Statement “Ads Seen On” and references the following companies:
The problem is ANYBODY can place ads on those sites, so the whole statement is completely meaningless. In fact way down at the bottom of the Internet Payday page in really hard to read tiny print that you can see here:
I’ve reduced the size a bit, but the main problem isn’t the size – the main problem is the fact that Internet Payday is using black text on a brown background which makes the disclaimer extremely hard to read. Here’s an important part of what it actually says:
“This is an advertisement for a negative option program. You may be liable for payment of future goods and services under the terms of this offer if you fail to notify the supplier not to send the goods or services you have requested. Please review the terms of this offer carefully before ordering.”
If you don’t know what a negative option offer is…it’s an offer where you start getting automatically billed after the trial period.
If you have any experience with or questions about Internet Payday, please post in the comments section below.