A couple of week's back I came across this site called Pay Box. Many of you would be asking as to what is PayBox? Well, PayBox is a developing online and payment processing service to facilitate buying and selling online easier, more secure and available to everyone. Please bare in mind that this company is legitimate and not any scam site.

How do you earn money in PayBox? Well, nothing much, but things like login in frequently to your PayBox account to see where they need your help, to participate in opinion surveys (completing tasks which can be done from the comfort of your home or office computer), subscribing to their blog (Blog is the primary channel they use to communicate news, updates and information to their early bird members), be an advocate (someone who can refer PayBox to their friends and family members).

Here are some of the Pros:

  1. When you open an account with PayBox you get $25 directly deposited in your PayBox Account.
  2. PayBox will add up to $20 per day to your account for participating as they prepare to launch their new services.
  3. As a PayBox member you get $10 per person you refer.
  4. You have something called as design your own PayBox Debit Card. If your debit card design gets a higher vote then you get a chance to winning a thousand dollars as a part of reward.
  5. You can transfer your existing PayBox balance to other PayBox members.
  6. PayBox has collaborated with Amazon to give its members a chance to win a thousand dollars Shopping Spree.
  7. You could practically have hundreds or thousands of dollars in your account by the time the company launches its services, without ever making a deposit.

Here are some of the Cons:

  1. PayBox is still working on their withdrawal function which may be open to their members in mid May 2011 (i.e. what ever amount you have earned so far you cannot withdraw the amount).
  2. The Company is still working on several projects which have not yet been launched to their members (The company is preparing to become a full featured payment processor).
  3. It is still trying to speed up its growth in order to reach Stage 2 growth goal and then "Open the Box".
  4. The questions given in the daily and weekly surveys are the same and have not changed a bit. What I mean to say is, if your have different survey questions in different weeks then that makes it interesting.

As the company progresses to develop in stages, it would be allowing its members to buy products and services with the help of their PayBox account balance as well as merchants can accept payments directly from their members PayBox balance. The company would be shortly launching a merchant interest program that shall be driven by inputs from their members – Early Bird Users.


You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Paybox allows you to create an account for free, without investments.  After which, and amount of $25 is added to your account, with succeeding payments of $10 per day until they launch in 2011.  If this turns out the way they say it will, you will have earned thousands of dollars at the end of the year without making any investment.  And if it’s a scam, what have you to lose?

VA - Post Grad OST (2009) 

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Post Grad-OST
Year Of Release: August 18, 2009
Label: Abkco
Format: Soundtrack
Quality: MP3 / Joint Stereo
Bitrate: VBR 187 kbit/s / 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:13 min
Total Size: 67.7MB
Suppliers: Flyfile | DepositeFiles

Add to the growing body of noteworthy soundtrack albums released by the legendary ABKCO Records label (including "The Darjeeling Limited" and "I Love You, Beth Cooper," in addition to ABKCO's classic album catalog starring the likes of Sam Cooke, Rolling Stones and Phil Spector) that of the upcoming "Post Grad," starring Alexis Bledel and Zach Gilford.
In keeping with the young adult comedy, the soundtrack boasts established new artists like Lily Allen ("Take What You Take" is a lively leftover from her "Alright, Still" debut album) and Gym Class Heroes ("The Queen and I," lead track from the group's hit album "As Cruel as School Children"), along with such noteworthy newomers as Nashville-based singer-songwriter Erin McCarley, whose lovely "Pony (It's OK)" is the soundtrack album opener, and Cleveland folk-rocker Joshua Radin (his "Brand New Day" no doubt fits into a key "Post Grad" scene).
But Lucy Schwartz really wrote "Turn Back Around" for "Post Grad," and the International Songwriting Competition award winner not only turns in the set's best song, but likely the most relevant.


01. Erin McCarley - Pony (It's OK) 3:26
02. The Locarnos - Don't Give Me A Hard Time 3:28
03. Lily Allen - Take What You Take 4:08
04. Jack Savoretti - One Day 3:30
05. The Bird & The Bee - What Happened To It 3:33
06. Christophe Beck - Main Titles 2:04
07. The Kooks - Always Where I Need To Be 2:42
08. Gym Class Heroes - The Queen & I 3:17
09. Lucy Schwartz - Turn Back Around 3:18
10. Christophe Beck - Happerman & Browning 2:06
11. The Matches - Wake The Sun 3:37
12. Joshua Radin - Brand New Day 3:32
13. Control Machete - Si Senor 4:15
14. Kevin Drew - I Say I Go 4:06
15. Christophe Beck - Ryden & Adam 2:11



Free Full Download VA - Post Grad OST (2009)

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