From what I've concluded after doing a bit of research, is that SurfJunky is another scam.
The domain surfjunky.com is registered to "Primo Creations"
Here is the location of Primo Creations:
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The company offers a phone number, feel free to call them at 555-555-5555.
The company also has a corporate email, feel free to email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. The password question to his email account is Favorite pet's name? (So professional)
The domain was registered with GoDaddy.
Now if you know anything about domain registering, you know that you only go to GoDaddy, if you want to pay the cheapest price for a domain. You don't go there as a professional company.
The site http://www.primocreations.com
greets you with a flash video from Popeyes and a Lil' John song, no copyright information. A professional company would not do such a thing, you can get sued. (And as a Flash designer might I add that for a company that has such broad knowledge in the coding industry, you'd think they'd know how to embed a flash video?)
Many of you may have heard of AutoSurf.biz, which was recently sold. By guess what "company"? Primo Creations. Why? Probably because the "company" owed too much money and decided to take a run for it.
Now some of you may have read the Terms of Service, some regular user wouldn't read this, because it's boring and filled with useless information, I totally understand you
But what I have found out, is that he just took the Terms of Service from another site and used it as his/her own. A real company would not do this, they'd get a lawyer and write up their own ToS. To see this for yourself, do a quick search on google.com with this exact text: "By signing up and actively using the" (which was taken from the first line of surfjunky.com's ToS)
For surfjunky.com this "company" uses http://www.slackos.com/surfjunky/
as its image host. Slackos.com being also registered to "Primo Creations" This site greets you with a default Apache HTTP server test page, the "company" didn't even bother changing it, looks like somebody was in a hurry to get his surfjunky.com scam going.
So all the sites that I have seen affiliated with "Primo Creations" are listed here:
www.autosurf.biz (No longer owned by Primo Creations)
www.slackos.com (image host)
www.surfjunky.com (get paid to surf [yeah right])
www.theprimonetwork.com (seems to be some re-seller account that the "company" purchased to host their domain