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LightPath Technologies, Inc. Message Board

  • mney99345 mney99345 Apr 15, 1999 8:16 AM Flag


    Hello everyone. I just found a WEB site that pays
    you to surf the
    internet!!! They pay you $20
    ($0.5/hr, 40 hr max) a month to surf the
    web! Go

    250,000 Members Join in Less
    Than 10 Days

    Palo Alto, Calif.
    April 13,
    1999, a membership-driven Internet
    company announced today that 250,000
    Internet users joined
    its free membership service in
    less than 10 days of operation.
    The service pays
    members to be online in exchange for putting
    the Viewbar at the bottom of their browser
    when surfing. "The excitement of has

    spread much quicker than we expected," says Jim
    CEO of "We look forward to
    helping these
    thousands of new
    members reap the rewards of
    their affiliation with a
    large Internet group."
    members earn money anytime they are online and

    display the Viewbar, which opens
    whenever their browser is launched. The small
    Viewbar� sits at the
    bottom of the browser window and
    acts like a time clock, crediting
    members 50 cents
    for every hour they spend online (up to 40 hours or
    per month). They can also receive additional
    money through's referral payment
    system. Members can turn the
    Viewbar� off and on at
    will, choosing to "clock out" or "clock in" anytime

    they like.

    Once members sign up, they receive
    an e-mail confirmation with a
    number. A few weeks later, they will receive notice that
    can download the Viewbar� to begin earning money.
    Members can start
    to build their referral lists now,
    maximizing their earning potential.

    The heavy
    traffic created by new members registering and
    members checking their referral accounts caused
    some delays at the
    website. Recent equipment
    upgrades have the servers now operating

    "Quite honestly, we were not prepared for the
    enormous sign up rate,"
    says Jorgensen. "At this point
    the popularity of the program is its biggest

    problem. While we have had to close the site and database
    on occasion,
    we haven't lost any member records,
    and we are able to correct any
    problems that

    Privacy Policy is
    committed to the privacy of its members and the

    information they share with the company.
    does not sell,
    rent or exchange any identifiable
    personal information regarding its
    customers to any
    third party, holding it with the utmost security.

    About is a
    free, membership-driven Internet service company

    committed to leveraging the earning potential and buying
    power of a large
    online community into an array of
    value-added features that members can
    enjoy without
    sacrificing their need for privacy and control. The
    was founded in February 1999 by four partners,
    including Jim Jorgensen, a
    co-founder and former CEO of
    Discovery Zone.

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