This page has been designed for two seperate reasons:
1 -- Download a small program (about 13K) from this site, trembler.exe. This is a program that will cause your mouse pointer to move on its own. Most viewbars look for mouse movement as a signal that the computer is actively being used. If the viewbar program does not detect movement within a certain period of time, you stop getting paid.
2 -- If you are ready to begin, execute the trembler.exe program. A small window will pop up. In the text box marked "Jump distance", change the value 10 to the value 1. This will allow you to control your mouse with reasonable accuracy while the program is running. Click in the box marked "tremble" to start the program. NOTE that when you want to stop the program, you must either uncheck the "tremble" box or click the button marked "Beenden". Do not hide the window or you may have to CTRL-ALT-DEL out of the program.
3 -- Minimize the window to get it out of the way. If you don't know how to minimize a window, just click back into your internet browser.
4 -- If you use a viewbar that tracks internet activity as well as mouse movement (such as Spedia), click this link to enter the redirection page. This area will kick you back and forth between two pages every five seconds until you tell it to stop. You must use Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator for this feature to work reliably. If you're not sure whether or not your viewbar needs this feature, go ahead and use it anyway as it will not hurt anything.
I am not responsible for your use of this website or the trembler.exe program included with it. I will not be held liable for anything that may occur as a result of your use of this site or its resources. You use this site at your own risk. Be aware that certain viewbar providers may consider use of this site to be defrauding their program, notably those with "unlimited" earning potential. By accessing these pages you agree to these statements.
This site designed by Andrew Whitlock.
E-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org