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Old December 12th 04, 10:30 AM
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Default Put your computer to work-Get paid to surf the Net!

Hi my friend,

I would like to share with you this opportunity of making extra income
stream which i've found on the Net.

The site is called Studio Traffic, it pays you just for surfing the net
for less than an hour per day.

The best part is that you do it with its autosurf program (Surf4spots)
located on the site (no any download is required and no trick and
catches.)

The membership is all free plus $10 sign-up bounus deposited into your
Studio traffic account, which means right away you're on the track to
make some extra money.

I know, this may sound like others emails that you've received (I
myself was skeptical about it too.)

Anyhow, if you have the time, please check it out yourself, pay
attention especially to the forum and Judge it for yourself.

Good luck and make some extra income together.
http://www.studiotraffic.com/index.php?refid=41766

truly yours
Steven

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