Network that pays surfers signs up 50,000 UK users

- AllAdvantage.com, the US online company that pays people to surf the internet, has signed up more than 50,000 UK surfers just one month after launching.

- AllAdvantage.com, the US online company that pays people to surf the internet, has signed up more than 50,000 UK surfers just one month after launching.

The company, which launched its service in the US less than seven months ago, already has more than 2.5 million members and has paid out millions of dollars to American surfers. Members continue to sign up in and it claims to be averaging 30,000 new accounts each day.

Graeme McVie, AllAdvantage.com's director of international operations, said: "The response has been tremendous. To hit 50,000 members just four weeks after launch in the UK without running a local marketing campaign is astounding, and demonstrates both the appeal of the 'Get Paid to Surf' concept and the power of the Internet."



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