Beware of the website www.eyepay.co.uk. The site purports to pay registered users a fee for the simple task of clicking on 10 adverts on the Internet per day. It's made to sound like it's just too good be true, and, as the saying goes "If it sounds too good be true, it almost always is"
1. The real catch is that you have to pay up front, supposedly under the pretext that eyepay only want people who are genuinely interested in the idea. If that was the real reason, then wouldn't it have been simpler just to remove inactive users from their database. Beware of any pay-up-front scheme!!
2. There is no legitimate company underpinning this website, you're handing your money over to an individual (a British Expat living in Melbourne, Australia).
3. The "company" has a clause that it can terminate your membership should they decide to cease operation. In other words, close up shop once enough people have subscribed to the program and keep your money of course. (Terms and Conditions point 3.1d and 8.1d - although don't be surprised if this no longer appears on the website).
4. The owner markets the website by spamming forums and message boards, pretending to be an impartial person recommending the site.
Sites such as www.eyepay.co.uk merely feed off the fact that there are enough people that will think, "It's only 5 pounds I may as well take the risk". Don't encourage their fraudulent operations by giving them a cent or a penny of your money.