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What is Going On With the Paid Autosurf Programs Lately?
By: Andrew Daigle
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    What is Going On With the Paid Autosurf Programs Lately?

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    To understand what this means, you need to understand the difference between free traffic exchanges and paid autosurf programs.These are two completely different services. A free traffic exchange allows webmasters to get lots of traffic to their websites free or at very low cost. Paid autosurf programs are designed to earn money by surfing paid advertisers websites.

    There was a recent shakeup to the paid autosurf industry initiated by Stormpay, who is a payment processor much like PayPal. The only difference being Stormpay routinely took money for these programs, advertised them to their members through their Stormclix program, and then later froze all the accounts of these programs and then started methodically taking money from peoples accounts who were investing in them. How a payment processor can one day be promoting these companies to us and the next day freezing accounts and taking money was incomprehensible.

    Now the FBI and the SEC are investigating these suspect paid autosurf programs and Stormpay. This has caused a huge rift in the paid autosurf industry and has forced many programs to either go out of business or change their policies to conform to the SEC standards. This could actually turn out to be a blessing since most programs were Ponzi or pyramid schemes to begin with. These latest developments have forced many of these programs to disappear earlier than they would have liked and potentially saved many investors a lot of money they would have lost otherwise.

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