Bing Rewards Search Bot

With the Bing Rewards Search Bot is an auto surfer Bing that will allow you to automatically earn Bing Rewards credits that can be redeemed for things like Xbox LIVE and Hulu Plus subscriptions, Redbox movie rentals, Amazon gift cards and much more!

Bing Rewards Search Bot Features:

  • Automated Searches: Click the start button then sit back and earn your Bing Rewards credits.
  • Custom Delay Between Searches: Set the delay you want between searches. It can even be random if you use the format “7-15″.
  • Custom Search Count: Set how many searches you want to perform each run. It can even be a random number when using the format “30-37″.
  • Custom Search Words: Create your own list of words to search or load a pre-made one.
  • Works With Any Browser: No matter what your default browser is, Bing Rewards Search Bot will work. IE is notrequired.

Download Bing Rewards Search BotCurrent version : 1.0

Once your evaluate period for Bing Rewards Search Bot is over, you will need an activation code to continue using Bing Rewards Search Bot. Which is currently free.

If you have any questions or comments simply ask below.

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7 comments
  1. Nov 13th, 2013 at 23:39 | #1

    Many thanks Garrie! Your Bing Rewards Search Bot looks to be very useful indeed.
    Best wishes,
    Dave

  2. Irving Marte
    Dec 30th, 2013 at 17:56 | #2

    Wow! Thanks Garrie! This Bing Rewards Search Bot is really rare! I am looking forward to your newest realeases!

  3. david
    Jan 10th, 2014 at 02:39 | #3

    keeps wanting search words but just wanting it to auto run.

  4. Jan 10th, 2014 at 11:57 | #4

    It currently doesn’t autorun. As for search words, you have to add as many as the max amount of searches you want to do. You can load a small dictionary file if you want.

  5. david
    Jan 10th, 2014 at 21:39 | #5

    @david thanks for quick answer, love ur program

  6. scott
    Mar 9th, 2014 at 08:30 | #6

    Virus found?

    Filseclab 2141 ms 2014-03-08
    TrojanPSW.Agent.NFI.rkdx.mg

  7. Mar 9th, 2014 at 12:14 | #7

    That’s a false positive. Here is the VirusTotal scan.

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