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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Afro's Free Cash Scheme

Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 12:08

Read this closely. I have found a way to make *free* money, for doing next to no work! If you want to earn some free cash too, follow this 'tutorial'.

First, a list of things you'll need:

- A new email account, if you don't wanna store lots of registration mails somewhere in your regular inbox.

- A credit card (not a 'necessity', but handy if you want to convert your digital money into cold, hard cash).

- An PayPal account (again, this is for converting your money. If you have a credit card, you most likely already have this).

- An AlertPay account. Most of the sites you are about to register at, uses this PayPal-like system to transfer your money to you. If you've created a new email account, just use that when registering for this site.

- A program called 'Multiclicker', which can be grabbed from here.

- Java, for running 'Multiclicker'.

Second, some instructions:

When you've downloaded 'Multiclicker', fire it up, and click the 'Add' button on the left hand side.
A new Wizard window will open up, containing a list of so-called PTC (Paid To Click) sites. Choose one from the list, type it's address into your browser, and register with the email address you created. Once you've done that, remember your login credentials, and follow the Wizard in 'Multiclicker'.
Rinse and repeat. It's that simple! You don't even get any extra spam in your inbox, just some registration emails from the sites you registered for.
For those wondering about AlertPay; I registered there myself, and I never even had to give away any credit card numbers, but AFAIK you're able to transfer the money in your account to PayPal (I didn't check yet, but I read it).
Also, yes, there's a risk involved, but the worst thing that can happen is you'll get IP banned from a few PTC sites. Hasn't happened to me so far!
Also, the companies responsible for the adds being clicked on still gets their traffic, so everyone are happy!

Here's a piccy, just to take away any last shadow of a doubt about this being a scam or whatever:

Also, I shouldn't even have to say this, but I would be very grateful if you could add my name (matsvederhus) as a referrer if you subscribe to any of the sites, because that means I get more adds available to click on for each add you click on (the 'normal' amount of adds available to a subscriber every day is typically between 10 - 20).
You should ask your friends to do the same with you, so you can make more money, and so on. Share the love, guys!

Edit: I forgot to mention, if you absolutely can't stand the thought of being IP banned from a few PTC sites, 'Multiclicker' contains a proxy function...

Afr0 Games

Project Dollhouse on Github - Please fork!
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 12:30
I've tried loads of "paid-to-click" and "paid to read" sites. Unless you have a big referral downline, it is usually impossible to reach the minimum payout level. Somebody always loses out down the downline.

Be carefull, you been warned .
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 13:23
...So, how much money have you made so far...?
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 13:50
I've been running the program for three days straight, and my brother calculated a day ago that I'd made about 1 USD.
By now I've made between 1,6 and 1,8 USD, and according to my brother (who's the guy I always turn to for math questions), I'll have made around 10 dollars on every site in about 100 days. That's around 90 dollars. My yearly profit will be 365 dollars with no referrers.
And that's for doing nothing.

Edit: And yes, steve, someone will/is/are probably 'loosing' down the line, but you can't really say that they're loosing anything when they're doing nothing!

Edit2: In fact, I've already started budgeting... I wonder if it's possible to live on 365 free USD from the internet every year? Without working?

Afr0 Games

Project Dollhouse on Github - Please fork!
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 13:58
Your electricity bill will probably cost more.
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 14:02
Hm, yes, I was just about to type that... I'd have to get a really cheap electricity deal, and live on a packet of biscuits and tea! But it could work...!

Afr0 Games

Project Dollhouse on Github - Please fork!
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 14:49
Although I 1000% do not believe in this, and 50000000% think Afro's getting screwed, and having lots and lots of nasty spyware installed, I will at least leave this topic here so he can keep us all updated as to how royally screwed he gets..

''Load, Next List!''
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 15:15
I can find more money looking for quarters on the ground.

Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 17:06
@ Afro...

The people downline are doing something, they are using their own processor, and banwidth.

All I'm going to say is this...

If you make a few quid from this then fair-dinkums. But if you don't earn anything from it, please don't go hanging yourself in anger.
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 19:27
Pretty sure this is illegal, it's fraud to automate lots of internet clicks like this. For example automating the clicking on Google ads so that the company has to pay out more money.

Either way, $1.9 dollars after three days? Everyday I spend more on cakes.
Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 19:36
*knock* *knock*

Fri, 18 Jul 2008, 20:08
Orion Pax
Oh and dont forget the cost of your Internet bill too Afro.....So it wouldnt work. And you would have to get cable because dial up would be TOO slow to earn enough cash fast enough. And cable is at least $25 a month I think. So thats $300 a year there. Power bill would be ATLEAST $50 a month if not more. And that does not account for winter or summer increases because of having to run the heat and air conditioner during those seasons. And even if you dont use electric heat, and use gas instead, you would still have to pay for the gas....whether it be natural or kerosene... Plus the $80-$120 to initially pay for the kerosene hearter. Then the canister to hold the gas.

Your power bill alone in a year would be $600. At the least. So for this to actually work you would need at least 3 pc's doing it. So if you setup a REALLY PIMPED out machine with, lets say at least 5 virtual machines running at barebones. It might be possible. But still not very likely. And like Joe said. Its most likely illegal. I would check their TOS. If you would earn more than that a day it would be worth it. Like $5-$10 a day. Thats gas money for me if I could get $10 a day. I dont always go somewhere every day so it would build up for the days that I actually NEED to run around. Yeah I plan my trips. When I get off from work I think of all the places I NEED to go on the way home. And I stop at them on the way. If I miss something then oh well. It waits till the next day. Unless I cant do with out it.
Sat, 19 Jul 2008, 00:28
Meh, I have a spare computer just sitting that could probably do this, problem is... I work for the companies YOU are ripping off with your click bots. The problem is, while as some of the companies don't catch it immediatly, the overall response for people ripping off the system is pretty high, therefor, there are alot of companies redesigning their systems to catch said activities. The overall revenue you'd make from doing this is poor, and not worth even an automated effort, as said. Your time is tracked, as well as where your money goes...

Say you made a full blown operation, and things were cranking out a pretty good flow of cash. You wouldn't get by unnoticed, and I've seen accounts of PTC companies going after scammers.

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Sat, 19 Jul 2008, 00:39
I have a feeling running your computer for that long will actually cost more than you'd be making.

I think the company is being legit, but I also think this is a scam so that other people do the work while this website keeps parts of the earnings.

Quit posting and try Google.
Sat, 19 Jul 2008, 11:24
I'm not 100 percent sure if it's illegal, but it's definitely unfair. At the end of it all, it's a pyramid scheme, and the people at the bottom of the pyramid get absolutely "Sweet-F.A".
Sat, 19 Jul 2008, 13:04
You could try getting a job.
Sat, 19 Jul 2008, 16:39
Amazing Afro.

A Scheme for cash is the same thing that happens here.

Only many of the people tamper with your car or whatever.

It goes deeper than that here and not even the Justice Department does anything.

Don't go overboard Afro

Sat, 19 Jul 2008, 22:10
Eikon You could try getting a job.

Shhhhhhh, don't mention that. It's my free cash scheme.
Mon, 21 Jul 2008, 18:43
A job does do the trick though.

Tue, 22 Jul 2008, 19:48
Afro... We are not trying to be hard on you., We just don't want to see you get conned, like many others before you.
Wed, 23 Jul 2008, 04:23
I am. What he is doing (by my understanding) is fraud.
Wed, 23 Jul 2008, 10:07
Actually, come to think about it. Yeah, take notice of JL's last comment. These two people have just got six and a half years each in the slammer for fraud. news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/tees/7520803.stm

|edit| I guess that redefines the meaning of the title "The Return Of The Living Dead"... "Braaains" |edit|

|edit| Also, I hope they like porridge... Coz it's the only oats they are going to get for a while |edit|