Q:What is Browse4Bux?
Browse4Bux is a new innovative, international and FREE English based service. Our service gives advertisers the unique opportunity to expose their advertisement to thousands of potential members by displaying their advertisement on our website. Registered users view those advertisements to earn money and work their way up to cash out.
Q:How to contact Browse4Bux?
We can be reached via "Support", open a ticket and we'll try to respond to your query within 2-3 business days.
Our site is open 24/7. Any members who experience downtime will recieve compensation.
Q:How does it work?
You view websites on "Surf Ads" page. You have to wait a specific time determined by the advertiser, once the loading bar is complete, you will be prompted with a custom image capatcha. If choosen correctly you'll either get a green tick sign or a red 'X'. The green tick sign means you've earned up to $0.01 (depending on your membership type). The 'X' means you have not earned money for the visit. You'll get red X's when you have more than one website from the "Surf Ads" page open. When this happens, you get no credit.
Q:How much can I make from my referrals?
Our current pay rate is:
- As a Standard Member you are limited to are limited to 50 direct referrals.
- As a Golden Member you are limited to 200 direct referrals.
- As a Ultimate Member you can have UNLIMITED direct referrals.
Q:How do I get paid?
Once you have accumulated the minimum payout, you can click on "Request Payment" within Member's Area and it will submit your request. You can choose to be paid by AlertPay/PayPal/Liberty Reserve.
Q:When do I get paid?
You can request your payment once you have reached the minimum payout. Your payment will be processed automatically and issued via AlertPay/PayPal/Liberty Reserve instantly unless AlertPay/PayPal/Liberty Reserve is having technical difficulties it may take longer.
Q:My network, school or ISP all use the same or randomly used IP addresses, can I join?
Please do not join from schools or networks. They most likely share the same IP adresses and could result in a conflict if someone else joins from that same place.