StormPay Clients: 'Not Getting Mad ... Getting Even'

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January 31, 2006: The Day "The Storm" Rolled In.

For thousands of folks earning money in the auto surfing industry, January 31st will be remembered as their September 11th due to activities by a payment processor that changed the lives of many folks and companies. "It certainly caught most off guard and has been a lively last month with individuals scrambling to protect assets and earn justice thru the legal channels." said Mike Bromell, a Texan, who had spent a month working a half dozen auto surfing programs before events unfolded that has drawn national attention.

StormPay is based in Clarksville, Tennessee and was founded in 2002 and served as a payment intermediary for online auction sites and other Internet businesses such as 12DailyPro and Alien Trust, 2 auto surfing programs Bromell was active with. "The concept is similar to the television advertising model in that companies would allow me to stay at home and surf a minimum number of websites daily and earn a certain percentage of money each day based on the purchase of advertising units. At the end of January my account and the accounts of thousands from across the world were frozen via StormPay and the fight to protect our assets is on in many countries." In the first part of February the BBB in Clarksville received over 18,000 complaints regarding StormPay and the complaints have spread to the point of authorities such as the FBI becoming involved.

To help associates across the world try and retrieve funds, Bromell and his partner have unveiled a program that will help promote the recent activities involving StormPay as well a method for eventually to recoup financial loses. "Listen, I don't have all the facts and I hope this issue is resolved," said Bromell, "but I know a lot of folks that were hurt emotionally and financially. A 3rd party payment processor can not freeze funds, change their TOS agreements and threaten folks for legally doing charge backs with their credit card company. Enough is enough and we have a simple method that folks should enjoy." debuted on February 22nd and has a simple concept. "In sports, you don't get mad, you get even," said Bromell. "and we are giving folks an opportunity to let others know about the activities of StormPay and at the same time earn some money back for the hit many took recently." By purchasing one or more high quality silicone wristbands (with "BOYCOTT STORMPAY" debossed on the band) a portion of the money will go into the "offline" autosurf fund and the fund will be used to pay commissions to members in the a new program available the first part of March. "This gives folks a chance to beat StormPay at their own game and earn commissions by boycotting their services. The feedback has been excellent and our goal is to sell 200,000 wristbands," said Bromell.

There is also a StormyGear Afflilate Program in place that offers members a 35% commission for purchases made by visitors referred from individual websites. To be eligible for this program one must first be registered as an affiliate and after registering individuals may select which copy-n-paste code they wish to add to their website or homepage to display a link to Approval is instant and folks can start earning commissions today!!!

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