Read Here For The Explode My Payday Review

If you have never heard of this company, the following is the Explode My Payday review. If you are considering buying into this endeavor, please read this review first.

Product Name: Explode My Payday

Supposed Owner: Meaghan Harper


Price: $47 plus upsells

Rating: 1 out of 5 (because you can get a refund)

The claims of this company are that in exchange for your name, email address, and $47.00, they will pay you $1000+ regularly, possibly every day. You will have about 15 minutes of work to do to start the money train rolling into your station.

Think about it for a minute. Why would you receive $1000+, over and over again, for signing up and doing 15 minutes of work? Have you ever heard of any system like that before? In a dream, maybe.

This company throws up so many red flags that I don’t know where to begin — so will begin with the supposed owner, Meaghan Harper.

Who Is The Real Owner Of This Company?

The actual owner uses a false name instead of a real one for the CEO of this company. I believe that the false name protects the owner from anyone finding him once they become angered by the lack of success they’ve had with his business offer.

I searched on Google and found Meaghan Harper listed as the owner of three more websites: Seven Figure Profit Code, Greedy Mentor Review, and Your Freedom Mentor. It’s possible there are more. They are all similar; in fact, I found the same introductory video on one of the other sites that I looked at. They have the same cast of characters.

I learned from one review that they are all under the umbrella of a larger company that administers all of those companies.

Testimonials Done By Paid Actors

Not only is Meaghan Harper a made-up person, but the people who give the testimonials are all false. They are hired actors, probably from Fiverr, and apparently will say whatever you want them to say, as long as they get paid.

Megan Elizabeth deserves special mention. In the video I watched, she claimed she had never been on a video before, and she was nervous. I believe she was a bit untruthful.

See for yourself. Look up the names of the other companies that Meaghan Harper claims are hers. You will see the same actors, including Megan Elizabeth, and the same company owner. Wouldn’t this information make you a bit suspicious of the company?

Not only that — the information about the various companies is almost identical. What is going on here?

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This Company Can Be Found On Clickbank

On the video that I watched, which I found from an ad on Clickbank, they made the claim that not many people get access to that video, and I’d better respond right away, as it is to be taken down at midnight tonight. They claimed I must have received a special invitation from a friend to gain access to it.

This same information has been given every time I’ve watched the video. The date of take-down was the current day. The first time I watched it was three days ago. It is still there. One of the commenters on a review said she bookmarked the page, and returned to it a week later. It was not taken down, as she was told it would be.

Meaghan Harper tells us that 96% of internet traffic will be redirected to the websites she has made up for you. These will furnish us endless commissions. If you believe that, do you want to buy Manhattan Island from me? You must have an excellent pair of rose-colored glasses. Send me a pair, if they manage to draw 96% of internet traffic to your site.

It has been my experience that, to build your own online website, you will need several months of training to learn all the ins and outs of internet business. You will need a thorough training in SEO (Search Engine Optimization), for one thing. The thing that amazes me about Meaghan Harper’s company is that you receive no training whatsoever.

Do You Believe In Privacy Protection Whenever Possible?

In the small print of the company’s information, they tell you that your personal information will be sold. You will start receiving all sorts of junk emails that you did not request. When you join, you agree to allow them to sell your personal information to third party websites.

I am wondering: With several companies doing the same thing, can these people make enough money just from selling your email address to make the website profitable for the owner?

Of course, they will also be collecting some money from the subscription fees that new members have to pay. Maybe they make enough from collecting all the emails and start-up fees to make such an endeavor profitable.

The only good news is that, since this company operates through Clickbank, you can get a refund of your enrollment fee. Clickbank itself is a legitimate company, but they allow companies such as these to advertise on their site.

It is fortunate, actually, that Explode My Payday is operating through Clickbank, as you can be sure you will receive a refund if you apply for one.

What Are You Buying?

I repeat, there is no training. To make money, you’ll earn through websites that have already been done for you, with no effort on your part. I have not seen these websites, but have heard that they are one-page affairs that will not even rank on Google.

Explode My Payday’s magic software will automatically send traffic to your website.

If there is such a software program, I want a copy.

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I have yet to learn of any business that you can work at for a total of 15 minutes a day and then get paid $1000+  because it is all automated. I personally do not believe there is any such thing. I am 80 years old and in my lifetime I have not seen anything close anywhere that is fully automated and will pay you after 15 minutes of work.

Once you join, you will be faced with two upsells.

  • Upsell 1: The Big Bundle ($195.00)
  • Upsell 2: Campaigns – Email marketing training ($99.00)

Some reviewers have intimated that there are more upsells, but I cannot confirm that, as I have not seen evidence of these.

So let’s summarize:

  1. You have no idea how the business operates
  2. The company has a fake owner
  3. The company’s testimonials are done by paid actors
  4. Once you join, the system runs on autopilot and you just sit back and collect money (how can this be?)
  5. The company has no regard for your privacy, but sells your contact information to 3rd party businesses


You can get a full refund


Information on the company is full of hype. Meaghan Harper tries to convince you that this is your last chance to join.

You have no idea what the company does.

Owner’s name is false and those who offer testimonials are done by hired actors

Your personal information will be sold

You will pay upsells


I would never give my money to these people.

I find it amazing that so many people buy into these companies, and then become upset when they lose money. It really pays to do your due diligence before you buy into these programs. There will be reviews on the company. Read a few of them, to see if they agree, and then make your decision.

If you want to join a company that is truly honest and aboveboard with excellent training, carrying no hidden costs, and offering a chance to build  website with a niche you choose yourself, please click on this link to be taken to the page that will give you a full disclosure of the company and its many advantages.

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10 thoughts on “Read Here For The Explode My Payday Review”

  1. Another interesting blog about affiliate marketing. Not a fan of up-sells, but the offer of a full refund makes less of a headache. It would be interesting to see how much support they do offer. Some companies get your money and offer no or little support which makes people frustrated and move away for the opportunity they signed up and continue in a rollercoaster of sign ups. What i see works best is to get with a company that provide good support and stick with them to see results. 

    • Yes, at least with a Clickbank company, you are assured of a refund.  If you put your money into Explode My Payday, I am convinced you will want that refund.  

      I really don’t think they offer support…unless it is a sales pitch to try to get you to accept another upsell.  To me, it looks like a company to steer clear of.

  2. Wow, only 15 minutes of work? Isn’t that a sign to not sign up. From my point of view, It’s impossible to earn so much money a day by only doing work for 15 minutes.

    I’m so shocked that they already have a website ready for you and you don’t have to build one yourself! and that there is no training provided. How are you going to have the experience on website building with not building a website at all and with no training provided? That doesn’t even sound legit to me.

    I wouldn’t want to have a successful business based on that. I want a business where I built up myself and can call my own. No real success can come out of what this program is claiming they do.

    Thank you for sharing this Con of a program. It’s worth no one’s time.

    All the best to you.

    • I agree with you — it is so rewarding to build a website that you have done yourself…to see your progress for honest labor that you have put into the project.

      If I could have a successful business from websites done for me, and money was just handed to me, that would be okay…kind of the “pie in the sky” dream.  However, the internet does not work that way.  You have to create an audience who loves what you write — then you can see success from your own efforts.

      Hang in there with Wealthy Affiliate.  I am convinced it is the way to go.

  3. This is a great review of a company that is out to scam people out of their money.
    I can’t tell you how man of these scammers I’ve been through.
    But I totally agree with you. How could any of this be ture?
    The old saying of If it sounds to be good to be true, then it probably is.
    You would have to be really gullible to believe this “Explore my Payday” scheme.
    I’ve been scammed but not by Wealthy Affilate.They are the best company out there to make money online.
    Wouldn’t you agree that they are the golden nugget?

    • Oh, do I ever agree with you. We are lucky to have found Wealthy Affiliate, as it is truly a golden nugget.  I wish there were some easier way to get people to see the value here.  If you are willing to work for what you get, and do not expect everything to be handed to you (for 15 minutes’ work, for example) you can do very well in Wealthy Affiliate.

  4. Putting $1000 into my account regularly for just doing 15mins of work? Now that would be a dream come true for just about anyone. That is definitely a red flag and I would be really surprised if anyone falls for that. 

    It is so obvious that this is fake and unfortunately for those that are desperate to make money online are the ones that would fall for scams like these. Good thing the smart ones decided to do their research before deciding to purchase the product.

    • Yes, you are right, I believe.  It is often the most desperate people who decide to try these businesses, and then when they fail they are even in worse shape.

      Good on you for reading before spending.

  5. Hello Fran

    Unbelievable how many sites promise money quickly and almost without work; I have never fool; after many searches I accidentally hit WA. I learned a lot, I still learn and I hope someday to make money, it’s all about patience and work. It Would be good for as many people to read your post as a warning

    best regards


    • You are right…people need to read reviews before they spend their money.  It’s a good way to check to see if you are onto a good thing or not.  

      It always amazes me how many people are duped by these fake opportunities.


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