It appears that they just send money once for each time they create a page & use the ad account. BUT I don't actually know if they're still using the accounts I sold them last year. I haven't sold them access to my personal account. I sold them access to accounts I had created to play games or be active in discussion groups that I didn't necessarily want my family to know I was active in. When I got bored with each account, I abandoned them.
To access your account, they use the same type of program that tech support uses to access your computer remotely or that you might use (well, I use at least) to connect to your own computer from somewhere else to get access to programs/files? In this case, they use teamviewer, which is a program I have used and been happy with for a long time so I was comfortable with it. Doing it that way lets them access your account without knowing the password because you sign in yourself. Then they create the page and the ad account and add their own facebook account as the admin so they can make changes to it and stuff.
This is the website: You are not allowed to view links.
Their requirements are:
-You must be 18 years or older.
-You must currently live in the United States or Canada
-You must actively use your Facebook from your own computer and internet connection
-You must have a Paypal account to accept payments.
The site says they pay when the ad account is approved which can take up to 24 hours. The actual payment came after about 35 hours.