The program "Get Cash For Surveys" tells the highly dubious story of Gary Mitchell, a single dad who who got out of debt and made over $3,000/month:

As proof of all of this nonsense, GetCashForSurveys displays the funniest proof of income I recall seeing in a while - a check where the PAYEE's name is blanked out. lol.

Personally, I'm not going to settle for a measly $3,000/month. After all, the GetCashForSurveys calculator tells me I could possibly earn $189,280.00:

Why Does Get Cash For Surveys Charge Money - Bogus Explanation Alert!

Here's what Get Cash For Surveys wants you to believe is their real reason for charging people:

"Because we don't take a percentage of your earnings with our survey partners, we have to charge a very small fee to cover costs associated with our web hosting and customer service team. However, we've worked out a deal with our survey partners to offer a free $50 once you take your first paid survey which pays you back your startup fee and more!"
The problem with this explanation is that survey companies already have those fees factored in regardless of whether or not a 3rd party company is charging people a fee to access a list or database of surveys.

Somebody's getting paid's how much a person could possibly end up paying the site if they take all the upsells from