I just signed up to the best of my knowledge a pretty newish paid the search program called "My Search Funds", now they say they're partnered with Ask.com so it seems pretty reliable, but I think the program is to new to see any proof of payments.
So here's the deal, when you sign up you're asked to install a browser add-on which replaces the search box in you internet browser, when you use this search box it counts your searches which in return earn you a few cents per search (well pence I think they call it, British money). That's all you have to do, use the search box for your daily searches and earn cash, the search results are provided by Ask.com.
I've been using it a few days now, doing my routine searches, a couple dozen searches in total and have made pretty good earnings, works out to a couple NZ dollars. I've worked out that if I just use it for my daily searches I should make 20 quid a month from what I've seen so far, that's about 60 bucks NZ cash.
The only problem now is if they pay, haven't seen any proof of payments, but that's probably due to the long wait periods and the program being pretty new.
UPDATE: Earnings are calculated on My Search Funds once a day, so you'll have to wait until the daily update to see how much your searches have earned you.
There have been rumblings of payments been made, but I'm guessing that because the user base may still be small and not a lot of people are eligible for payment yet due to the age of the program not a lot of people have been posting "proof of payments" online.
Though on the other end, I haven't seen anything about people not getting payed.
My guess is that by April 15, the next payment period, the user base will be enough that people will be on a rush to post their "proof of payments" online or shout "they don't pay".
So it's still early days and I'm going to keep using it, well because 100 searches is equal to a couple pounds in earnings and that ain't bad at all, that's about 6 bucks NZ money.