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There are many legitimate autosurfs out there, and today I’m here to warn you about one that’s not. The site is called “SurfJunky.” At first glance, the site looks real, legitimate, well organized and frequented. Their terms, FAQ, and instructions all match legal autosurfs. Unlike the others, though, their payouts seem too good to be true, and are. SJ promises a minimum of $0.45 an hour. Added up, if someone were to surf for a month, this means they would theoretically earn $324. Nobody gets that rich that easily.

I myself, even after seeing many scam reports, decided to sign up for the site. After a few days of leaving their browser window up when I was idle, I tried logging in. As all of the scam reports had predicted, my account was banned. There is not a single user online who has a proof of payment, account after account is banned as soon as they near the $25 payout mark. The worst thing is, the site is making huge commissions as you waste your time browsing their ads.

Still not convinced? After the break I have compiled proof from around the web as to how SJ paying out is impossible.

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Today I’m going to introduce you to a site called ClixSense. ClixSense is a service that pays you to visit advertisers’ websites. It is similar to Adbux which appeared previously on this blog, but there are many more ads available as compared to Adbux’s measly 10 per day.

The premise of the site is that for every 30-second visit to an advertiser’s site, they will pay you. They are not an autosurf, so there is no worry about click fraud. ClixSense claims that they will pay you anywhere from $.01-5.00, but I haven’t personally seen any ads paying more than $.04, and these are few and far between. Despite this, Clixsense is a relatively good source of income if you have the time. Clixsense also pays for referrals, you get what they earn, as well as a $5 bonus if they upgrade their account (which I highly recommend based on my own experience).

They offer a service called ClixSense Premium, which gives you (for $10 a year) a much greater amount of ads and larger referral bonuses. This pays for itself in no time, since as soon as you become a premium member, you get about 350 available ads per day instead of around 30.

Although you may not be able to earn very much with ClixSense, it is possible to be pulling in a high amount of income with a premium account, referrals, and time on your hands.

ClixSense Signup Link: http://www.clixsense.com/?2129794

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