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Pay**2**Surf vs Cash**Crate

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by kc8yds, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. kc8yds

    kc8yds Newbie

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    To noobs that wanna make a few dollars a day to get the ball rolling while you wait for other projects to payoff, here's some ideas on "Paid 2 Click Websites".

    I've joined Cash*Crate and Pay*2*Surf in hopes of paying my water bill each month. LEt someone else pay my utilities, I always say.

    This isn't an affiliate link, but if you would like to join as my referral, PM me and I'll send you a referral link.

    My results:

    Cash*crate: Decent program. Pays by check (boo) and seems to take forever to get to the $10.00 minimum payout. Took me a month and a half to get enough offers completed. Wasn't worth my time.

    Pay*2*Surf: Wow can't say enough good stuff about them. Pays by Paypal (hoo-rah). $40.00 minimum payout. Took me 3 weeks to get my account to the $40.00 Working on my 2nd round. There's a few tips to maximize the effectiveness of using Pay*2*Surf.

    1. Obviously, you want to open a seperate window to "view the sites". When your 20 seconds are over, you move on to the next.

    2. You only get to click on a pre-determined amount of websites per 24 hrs (9-10). The floating rate per click bounces from $0.05 click to over $1.00
    I watch the 'rate' and each day try and seize the highest one. Might click 3 of the 9 and come back later. Still haven't figured out what makes it higher, although Happy Hour produces some large pay rates. ($0.60 a click as I wrote this piece)

    3 WARNING: I dont think you can scam this program. Others could explain how to throw a Black Hat around this program.

    Regardless I've made some easy cash with this one. Every little bit helps.
     
  2. suhaidi

    suhaidi BANNED BANNED

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    Seeing as Pay**2**Surf allow several accounts per household as long you use different computers and Paypal accounts, couldn't you just sign up for several PP and P2S accounts?

    I know it's probably not worth it for the $2 or so you'd earn a day per account, but for a n00b like a myself just starting out an extra $200/month wouldn't hurt. And with 3 computers in the house it won't take more than 20 mins a day.
     
  3. suhaidi

    suhaidi BANNED BANNED

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    Had a little look and turns out they're a scam and don't pay out.
     
  4. JoeyDeLeon

    JoeyDeLeon Newbie

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    Pay2Surf?

    Yeah, I requested for payout so long ago, and still haven't gotten my money.

    There was even a hack out that allowed you to earn unlimited cash.
     
  5. airmyles

    airmyles Newbie

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    i remember long ago cheating things like this for lots of money. One was a program you put on your computer that displays ads while you surf. I forget the name but I used to use a program to simulate web surfing. The other was elotteryfreeway that paid you to play online games. The thing with that was they would give you 5 points each time you start a game just for playing it so I had a script that kept starting games over and over. These kinds of companies pay so little for so much time that its not even worth it. If you're gonna do things like this you have to cheat them.. plain and simple.
     
  6. JoeyDeLeon

    JoeyDeLeon Newbie

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    But he already said that it's a scam... :)

    You'd be retarded if you still tried to cheat them.
     
  7. AUTOATTACKER

    AUTOATTACKER Registered Member

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    Sometimes it's good to test the water first if its worth your time and your dough of course because you're paying for your broadband subscription just to click and complete those offers. But if you smell something fishy then it's time for you to have a graceful exit from those snake oil salesmen.