CashCrate.com Review: It’s a really small crate!

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I’ve Tried That reader Alfa, who recently profiled our site on her blog, Flood of Dollars, suggested that we take a look at Cash Crate, another site claiming to pay you for trying companies’ products and services. I signed up. Here’s what I found out.

Cashcrate.com functions on the same premise as Inbox Dollars and Fusion Cash: sign up for promotional memberships and offers and get paid a small fee per sign-up. It also has a referral program so that you can get paid for the offers and memberships of people who sign up “under” you.

Cash Crate shotI like cashcrate better than Fusion Cash just because it is less obnoxious in its promotional graphics and text and because the site is faster loading. You go to the members area and can choose from offers using simple text, not full-on logos like Fusion Cash uses. The screen shot shows only the first nine of many, many offers. The site also warns you which offers require a credit card to sign up for, a nice feature.

I spent an hour taking surveys and signing up for offers at Cash Crate and have earned about $3.50. At that rate, it would take me a lifetime to earn a crate full of cash unless it’s the size of a Tic-Tac box. Cash Crate pays out at $10, so I’m sure someone with more time and patience for advertising than I have could make some pizza money. Good for students, maybe? It could definitely supplement the Taco Bell fund. If you spent enough time with it, you could probably learn to work its system faster than I did and therefore make more than $3.50/hour. If you’re looking to make more than just pocket change, though, I suggest spending your time elsewhere.

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73 Comments

    1. Huge waste of time, they’re bsaically paying you for your referral and if you don’t participate in the programs they refer you to, they’ll say you didn’t complete the offer or some crap.

      I wish I got $8 when I signed up for Ebay 5 years ago though, free money’s nice.

    2. I have to agree with you, TJ man. I’m surprised eBay is paying folks to sign up–don’t they already have more members than Hell does?

    3. I got a comment on my blog today recommending CashCrate…I sent them your way :).

    4. I’d be interested to hear what they have to to say. Maybe she figured out a way to work it so that it pays. Maybe she has a bigger crate. Sometimes, size does matter.

    5. Wow, at $3.5/hr it’s hard to justify the time involved. These sites seem to keep appearing, but never lasting. Not sure why they haven’t gotten the idea yet.

    6. There seems to be quite a variety of capital outlay. Cashcrate’s infrastructure is quite a bit less expensive to run than that of Fusion Cash, I’m sure. Maybe these sites make a lot of affiliate change up front, then when readers discover they’re making $3.50 an hour, they bolt and the site folds. It would be interesting to know which ones have been around for a while and how their business model pulls it off.

    7. Thanks for this review, Joe! Although I won’t mind earning $3.50/hour since I’m in a third world country, it’s great to learn that there’s something better than CashCrate. What do you recommend?

    8. If that’s the case, Alfa, then go for it with CashCrate. We’ve tried two other similar programs: Fusion Cash and Inbox Dollars, but I think CashCrate is the best option of those three. It’s less graphics-intensive, so it loads quickly. But read the Terms and Conditions carefully to see if being in another country excludes you. It would be terrible to do a lot of sign-ups only to learn you can’t get paid.

    9. Only if I have more time. Will wait for more reviews of these types of programs.

    10. Probably one of the fairest reviews that I can across in a long time! I been a member of Cashcrate for over a year now! As far as I am concerned, it is one of the better GPT sites online, especially great for US, UK and CAN residents who want to make a little extra income, online, and yes you can make some good money, if yuo are good at getting a downline! I had to do a “W9″ just from the income that I made from Cashcrate! Keep up the great reviews, maybe leave a comment on my blog http://mtf-makingextramoneyonline.blogspot.com/ sure would love you to take a look!

    11. Hi, MTF. Do share how you’ve done it. You must be better at promoting and more organized than I am. I would forget to cancel my trials and then end up with dozens of free memberships I don’t intend to use.

    12. You’re right. Cashcrate does load up faster because it has little graphic. I have to admit I really like fairytaletreasure (FTT) though. As I mentioned before, I made $40 the first month. And now, I’m at $60 (5th or 6th week). ($7 is from referral). I love the daily trivia! It’s really fun. Plus, they keep a history of my offers so that I wouldn’t accidentally do it again on Cashcrate or other GPT site. I see how Cashcrate is simple and just complete the offers and you will (or may) get the credit. if you want to try FTT out, let me know and i will post my referral or e-mail you my referral. I wonder how long has FTT been around? I think it’s only a couple months.

    13. CashCrate is a good site and it actually works- I’ve been a member of their site for almost a year and have received several checks from them… but there are better programs out there. ECashOffers.com is the best one on my list… you get $3 just to sign up so how’s that for your $3.50 an hour?

    14. Yes, that beats my $3.50 an hour (unless it’s one of those loooong sign up forms). When I signed up for one program, I got into an endless loop of “survey” pages, which were really just long questionnaires to determine which stuff they could try to sell me. I did about 30 minutes worth of the screens before getting wise and closing the browser. So it doesn’t surprise me that someone who’s more organized and efficient than I am could make more money with these programs.

    15. I got a tip from this website: http://www.gptlist.com/gptsites.html saying that we would actually only need to do 5 pages of those “endless loop of ‘survey’ pages”. i haven’t really tried that “5 pages” rule yet. the surveys i have done allow me to click “skip” or “no, thanks” to move through the pages quite quickly. oh… hee… gotta say this: i won an earning contest on FTT: $3. I had to complete 15 offers. The catch: I actually did 30 offers! So, only 50% got credited. It’s probably not worth the time. But I guess it’s the thrill of winning that $3. ha ha ha…. also, have you ever google “gpt reviews”??? there are so many reviews out there!

    16. I’m sure I did more than 5, and I don’t remember seeing an opt out button. 30 offers to win $3? You must be so, um, proud.

    17. Joe, there are ways to do surveys in an efficient amount of time… none should take over 5 minutes if you’re doing them right. 30 minutes on one survey is unheard of!

      Basically, you can make some good extra cash if you read site rules & tips to get offers to credit.

    18. I’d say CashCrate is great but a few other sites will make you more money. Especially if your looking to earn money via referral commissions.

      Join XSVCASH at xsvcash.com

      This site has more referral levels, more referral bonuses, and on top of that, they have higher paying offers.

    19. Cashcrate.com sounds like projectpayday.com in the “referrals” section.

    20. Cashcrate is great, i’ve got $80 this month, and $566 in the past 4 months total.. awesome site

      also, DO NOT TRY XSVCASH!
      xsvcash is a SCAM.. i’ve been waiting 3 months for my money on paypal.. also, they keep changing the minimum payout… and another thing is, don’t expect any emails back from them if you try to contact them.. they ignore you

    21. That’s pretty impressive in pay per click money, Wes. How did you do it?

    22. So far my experience with Cashcrate has been positive. I’ve been a member there for about a week now. I was able to generate my $10.00 minimum payout and have my offer payments confirmed in a little over an hour. My first couple of offers like Joe’s seemed to take me through an endless loop of additional offers requesting signups. I did not realize that I had allready completed the original offer that I started and had gone on to another affiliate offer. After learning to do the offers more efficiently I’ve been able to average around $10.00 per hour. So far I’ve made a little over $85.00 and I’ve got about eight hours tied up in completing their offers. I’ve got one referral signed up under me who has been very activly completing offers. Its not a get rich quick method by anystretch of imagination, however it can be a good way of generating some spare cash and the referral program can be quite lucrative.

    23. Well I tried it, and wish I’d found your website before trying it, lol. I made about $22 within a few hours, but it’s been some 2 weeks since then and it’s still “pending”. They “confirmed” $3, which isn’t enough for a payout. So that was a few hours wasted.

      I think I’m like you and not nearly organized enough for something like that, anyway. I’d end up paying out money on accounts that I would inevitably forget to cancel before the free trial ended.

      Jennifer

      PS: I’m loving your site, glad I found it.

    24. Hey thanks for this review. Ok, so I tried it and made a whopping $15.80 after trying it 2 hours a night for 5 nights in a row. Um, that’s comes out to about $1.58 an hour. That sucks.

      I should also mention that the hours I spent filling out survey after survey made me want to stick hot needles in my eyes just to end the nightmare. So , yes, small crate indeed.

      Great site you have, thanks!
      http://www.DebtSmellsLikePoopies.com

    25. I’ve changed my opinion since my earlier post in this Blog. All together I’ve got almost $26.00 confirmed earnings from Cashcrate and, am expecting to recieve those in a check later this month. At the time of my original posting I had an additional $65.00 earnings pending which never did confirm even though I completed the offers correctly. After these offers sat in the pending list for nearly a month they were removed as though I’d never completed them. I would not recommend this or any of the other “Get Payed To” sites to anyone nor will I seek out referrals after this experience. The Cash Crate site has a forum and their members are not allowed to discuss pending offers in their forums. It appears that the reasoning behind this is due to the fact that a very large percentage of their offers are extremely slow to confirm or they never do confirm. This seems to be a common theme among the other “Get Payed To” sites as well

    26. has anyone actually received a check yet?

    27. Ya I have been receiving for a while now. At first your confused and take alot more time doing surveys then you need. But after a few weeks you learn a few tricks of the trade and then your just flying. Email if you need any hints or tips. Take advantage of free money.

    28. I sign up to CashCrate on 5/2/2008 and have made $19 today(5/4/2008). In my opinion it is the best program. I made the most money with this site. Yeah it take some time and effort to make some cash but nothing comes from nothing. I think people need to realize quick rich scheme online are a waste of time. You can make money but dont expect to fire your boss anytime soon. If you are interest in making some gas money or pocket cash then try the site out. Depending on the type of offer you finish you can make at least $5-10 an hour. Referral does help to increase your payout so keep the chain. I join the site from a referral and receieved extensive help getting started from my referral. I will share the same tools and resource provided to me to be successful with all my referral.

    29. Ive tried loads of these type site (survey and what not) the best i can recommend are toluna, ciao, lightspeed, surveyspot, none give you loads of surveys but it you sign up to enough decent ones its good for some extra cash with these sites i get about 3 surveys a day at around £1-£4 per about 15 min survey so its not bad if you know the right sites and only do the ones worth your time.
      if any one wants the good sites email me and ill send you some links.
      cheers tom

    30. It isn’t cash, but MyPoints has been consistent with completed offers with out a ton of gimmicks for them to get out of paying and receiving prompt gift cards. I have racked up enough points to take us out to dinner every once in a while to or give a gift card as a present. Mostly by just clicking on links. I wouldn’t plan on making a fortune on these sites. After all, they are in it for the money too or they wouldn’t do it. This Cashcrate sounds like a pyramid deal. I also found that the biggest gimmick it to write on a blog how great it is to encourage downlines. Thanks for a decent review.

    31. I just want to thank you for this review!! It saved me a lot of time and money!

      I would never be organized enough to cancel all those free trials on time, and 3.50 an hour is hardly worth it.

      Thanks again!

    32. I’ve tried CashCrate but my favorite is GypsyJackpot. That’s a very simple and highpaying survey site. I’ve gotten paid anytime I’ve worked at it with no problem. :)

    33. I have joined cashcrate and have almost $80 in pending and $16 confirmed. I’m not holding my breath for the pending but I will not continue with this site after the 15th. The spam in my email is horrible I’ve had to set up a new email just to get away from it.

    34. I just want to say, that CashCrate is a total SCAM.
      Last Friday, I was looking thourgh some news articles on my E-Mail Home Page, amd some idiot had just posted an ad for CashCrate, telling how much they loved the extra cash, etc.
      Posts that are Off Topic are supposed to be reported, so I did. I recalled the site, and decided that maybe I could just see what it was all about.
      What it was about, was to infect my Ram with possibly a WORM that made IE pages keep popping up untl I must have had at least 50 of them, even with up and down arrows, so check out the upper, and lower rows.
      I finally clicked on the “X” in the upper Right corner, as fast as possible, and finally got back to my home page.
      Then, just as I was about to sign out, duddenly, the IE windows startd again, very fast.
      Finally, I realixed that I had indeed picked up some mal ware, so I just did the (cntl+alt+delete) and shut down my E-Mail home page.
      Since I have high speed Internet, well, even when you shut off your ISP, you are really still connected to the Internet.
      After working on it all Friday evening, and half of Saturday, it occurred to me, that I should disconnrct the Internet Cable, so my RAM would have a chance to clear out,
      I still ram my Anti Virus Program once again, and it said the problem was in my 9Active Memory = RAM).
      Finally, I shut down everything, since I had already disconnected my Cable from my computer, and once again, I shut down my computer.
      Finally late Saturday afternoon, I reconnected the Internet Cable to my computer again, and went to my home page, and started with my E-mail, just to test it out.
      Finally, it appeared that the MalWare was finally gone, though it cost me practically a whole day to clean it up.
      I called my ISP filled them in regarding what had happened, and gave them the Web Address I had gotten it from, as well as to advise them, that I had reported the Post, since it was completely Off Subject.
      I told the people at my ISP, that I had reported it, and also gave them the Web Site of the CashCrate, which infected my computer, and that I had reported the Post, so they should easily be able to track, as well as find it in the posts that had beem reported and deleted.
      Don’t go to Web Sites you are not familliar with…

    35. Helen you’re a idiot

    36. Helen..are you sure it wasn’t a “plish” (or something similiar) email???
      Been on the Cashcrate site now (everyday) for over 2 years now and no such problem ever happened to me!

    37. Cashcrate is the bomb, It’s not going to make you rich by no means but any extra FREE money helps and let me enlighten you with the prices of gasoline nowadays my monthly check from cashcrate of $70.00 or more sometimes is a tank full of gas FREE for my family. So say what you will, if you have extra time on your hands, (time consuming-payout $20.00) then go for it http://cashcrate.com/686875 otherwise stick to your own money making ways and move on.

    38. Your stupid Helen and obviously computer illiterate. Cashcrate is not a scam just got my check 4 days ago!!! Cashed it with no problems.

    39. Hey there, um how often does Cashcrate update it’s offers?? I did a ton last night (and I still have 9.50 pending, anyone have experiences with long pending?) I just want to know if Cashcrate updates its offers everyday. Cause is it worth it if it only updates 1 or 2 times a week?

    40. I’m not sure how cashcrate works exactly but i tried it out. i basicly typed nonsense in all the text fields. I.E. Name Here: asdfh alsdjkfh ETC… i spent maybe 30 minutes doin surveys in this fasion and racked up $65 in “pending.” this was 2 nights ago and its still pending. so we’ll see.

      Do you have to give them real information? I wasn’t worried to much about handing my personal info to cashcrate themselves after i researched it and found that it is legit. however, if i would have to give random credit card companies my actual BANK ACCOUNT INFO!!! they’re fukin nuts. most of these surveys asked for my social security number as well. There’s no way in hell i would give these things out to any survey for money. I’d be interested to hear if anyone actually gave this type of personal information.

      As far as making money, there are better ways to make money while sitting at home. One scam im working on is with food. I call, for example, frito ley and complain about a stale bag of cheetos and ask them for my money back. HAHA. or the crest “whitening” toothpaste that doesnt work. just tell these guys that you want your money back. bam there’s $10 dollars in your pocket after they send the checks. If you’re thinking i’m a dirty scam artist, you’re wrong. The chips were stale and the toothpaste was crap.

      please share some real ways to make money from home.

    41. I just signed up for cashcrate. It seems like a good site. If you like completing offers you can make pretty good money. To me it seems you will make more money by refering others.

    42. I signed up for cashcrate around a month and a half ago and have already made almost $100. It really is a great site to make a little extra cash each money.

    43. Cashcrate is probably a good site and beside try out vindale.com its cool witdraw at 50dollars and refferal link is $5 survey spend less than 20min and they send at least $30 surveys weekly thnx pls reply this

    44. Dustin Wachter says:

      I have been using CasCrate for about 2 days now… about 3 hours total maybe?

      I have $12.50 earned and $6.55 pending currently…

      I have not used much else before, but I am fairly happy with what this does. I am going to at least make the $20 minimum before this month is up to see if i actually get a real check!! (I know you all say its all good, but I like to see it before I believe it)

      Just make ya a separate E-mail for it on say gmail or something and you should be good.

      I have found for most of the “offers” if you get good at clicking you can do them in about 1 minute. Many are exactly the same form just different products… I have made good use of ‘google toolbar’s autofill feature’ that helps..

      I like to do this at work (yea I prolly shouldn’t, but theres a lot on here I prolly shouldnt do!!) I have a lot of free time at this draw station, so might as well use this PC to make a little extra $$ while on the clock already!!! sweet!

    45. Cashcrate is my GPT of choice. I have seen people earn $1000 per month on this site but with all these sites, they are not get rich quick schemes, which many people seem to think when starting off making money online. As with anything, it takes time to adjust to the program and recruit team members under you.

      My goal personally on my blog is to document the fact that you can make at least $1000 on Cashcrate a year. That is my goal this year. If people can earn $500 a month on Cashcrate, I surely should be able to earn $1000 this year.

      Thanks for sharing. The crate is as big as the time you put into it in the long run. Take care! :)

    46. ANY ONE GOT THERE PHONE COZ THEY WONT PAY ME

    47. I’ve done CashCrate for recently, a guy on their forum just admitted that with 23,000 referees he makes $1400. monthly but it goes down every mo. because people quit & just doing the free offers is conciderably below min. wage. There are many single moms & kids (you only have to be 13 to join) on their forum. I feel bad for the moms, they won’t make the money they’re hoping for & the kids learn to lie to try to get referres. Even tho I only did the free offers they charged the phone # I gave over $50, the phone company said to forget it but it’s still upsetting. The junk mail to my house is getting out of hand also. It’s a huge waste of time & has hidden irritations & potential costs involved, don’t join.

    48. TOM: I have an address they use on the few checks they do send, 3270 E. 17th Street #144 Ammon, ID 83406 also the checks are thru Wells Fargo in Las Vegas, NV 89183-6209 Try ‘Quantcast.com’ tells who owns the site, I think some people in Las Vegas (big surprise). Check the Better Business Bureau for complaints in both states/cities might get a # there. Good Luck.

    49. For those of you having a hard time getting your pending earnings credited try this. Also, if they have not confirmed in the same day remove them and try them again.
      1.) Cookies, being the number one cause of offers not confirming, simply must be cleared in between each offer. Why? Because companies track you through cookies, and for more than one offer from the same company, you need to clear them so you can be tracked again correctly, and so your offer will confirm.

      2.)Email Recycling: Companies with more than one offer on the list track you with your email address as well, and if they already have that email in their database , then your offer will not confirm. Simply create 10 or more email addresses from any email provider, and change them up among offers. The more email addresses you have, the less of a chance you’ll submit the same email to the same company twice.

    50. I’ve been using cash crate for several months now, and the thing that pays the best is the referrals. If you can get people to click on your referral link and sign up – you get money when they do their first offer, and then a percentage for every offer they fill out.

      This month (feb 09) I’ve made over $350 already, with another week or two left. I’ve got a friend who has made over $1400 this month.

      The key is to promote cash crate on your blog or website, forum signatures, etc and get the referral money.

      The money from offers/surveys is just gravy – but be sure to sign up for a separate email address for filling those out because you will be getting some spam emails..

    51. Hey it is a great site. I have been using it for 5 months. My checks are between 20 and 60 dollars. Been trying to build my referals. Signe under me. My referal # is 1128441

    52. i spent 10 hrs and made 1.50 the scammers said they well pay me but never did

    53. TR!$TaN kN0w$ H0w says:

      I’ve used cashcrate. Compared to all the other paid survey sites it is good. You have to be patient. And as for cashcrate scamming you and offers pending and what not it is not actually the site cashcrate scamming you and not paying you the money that you deserve for taking the surveys that are in pending offers. Companies have cashcrate post their surveys and once a survey is completed that company is notified and then that company is suppost to give cashcrate the money you’ve earned and then cashcrate pays you. But sometimes companies decide to be shadey and not pay cashcrate so the offer just stays in pending cause cashcrate never recieved your compensation. But anyways cashcrate is ligit and you will get paid if you have the patience and time. I’ve even gotten a check for 20$ once. It took me like 2 months to get to that point though. If you sort the surveys by rating the ones that are shown first are higher rated and you will be more likely to get paid for taking that survey. All in all I give this site props. It’s the first paid survey site I’ve tried where I actually got paid.

    54. Pissed and Unpaid says:

      I hate CashCrate… They don’t pay on completed offers, and when you ask them why all they say is that it is the responsibility of the offer holder to pay them and if that doesn’t happen oh well, you don’t get paid either. They have no concern for the members and I would never recomend them. i reprted them to the Better Business Bureau and not suprisingly I was not the first person to do so. THEY ARE A SCAM!!

    55. Most of the people on here give good reviews on cashcrate. Do you know why that is? Probably because it is a scheme to get people to join. I’ve noticed that once one person says something negative about cashcrate, all of these other people says they are lying or are an idiot. (For example, Helen up there) No. She is probably not an idiot, she is just not a robot.

    56. I have earned money on Cashcrate without having the help of referrals and received a check in the mail by my own efforts. Some people who don’t know how to use Cashcrate properly will most likely give up because they aren’t earning much and ultimately label the program a scam. I have posted a picture of me holding my January 2009 check on my blog to show that Cashcrate is not a scam. Hmmm, I wonder if someone would call their real life job a scam if they get fired or quit because they aren’t doing what they are supposed to do in order to get paid. You get out the program what you put into it.

      Pretty neat that this post is pretty active still with comments!

    57. CashCrate does indeed work! But you must understand first and foremost that it is NOT a replacement for regular employment! Rather, CashCrate if used right, can make some nice extra monthly gasoline cash or even your Car Insurance monthly with a couple Active Referrals whom you need to teach. Regarding referrals, you only earn money when your downline earns money so its a win win there and would be rather foolish NOT to teach them!

      If you sign up under my link, I will make a point of helping you earn $20 and potentially more, in one month using CashCrate. It’s all in the technique used, and that $20 I mention has nothing to do with referrals at all. Heck it’s really pretty simple, I made the $20 payout in 7 days and I only performed the offers during TV Ads!

      Sure you won’t get rich, but why not make some extra cash instead of being bored during TV Ads? If you are going to be sitting there waiting through the ads anyways; instead of watching TV Commercials, you might as well capitalize on it!

      Add to that what if you do refer say 3 people, teach them my system yourself and start your own downline. Then each of them do likewise and so on. A Downline like this can be built starting with just friends and relatives who will usually sign up after you show them checks. Once you get going, it can grow really fast and everyone is normally quite happy even if only $20 is reached each month (although it will be more once your downline grows more).

      OK check out my Blog and see my Earnings Reports yourself… proof is in the pudding!

    58. ive just started using cashcrate and its pretty easy to use. All you do is get to the second or third page of the offers, and then exit. It may only be like $0.25 but ive only spent a bit of time in one day on it, and ive already got nearly 10 dollars. It would be realy great if somebody would join from my refferal http://cashcrate.com/1170595. for anyone that might do taht, thanx

    59. Every time I get a hit to my blog from this page, I come back to visit to see what additional comments has been added since my last comment. I earned over $80 on Cashcrate for the month of February and am awaiting for my check which should be coming in really soon. I will post an update on my blog when I receive my check.

      If Cashcrate is not really worth your time, there is this other program that is similar to Cashcrate on my blog that you may prefer. Some people get tired of having to wait for a month to get a check. On this site on my blog, you get paid instantly to your paypal account with a min. payout of $1. I have been paid over 10 times from this site within the last 1.5 months. Might be worth a shot to check it out. I would love to see a review for the site I am talking about here on this blog.

    60. This webiste is very reputable, and a lot of kids in my dorm use it for extra spending money throughout the year. I signed up using the link cashcrate.com/1282670 and it got me and my friends a $1 bonus and let us take 2 research surveys per day (they actually pay you) totaling an extra $1.60 a day. This site is definately worth the 20 min I use to make around 75- 95 bucks a month. The referal program is also good as well, as it gives 20-30% of what your referal makes as well

    61. i got 20 bucks in like 15 mins
      lol

      i juss wanna no duz it really send u a check for 20 dollars?

    62. TR!$TaN kN0w$ H0w says:

      Replying to comment above…
      Yeah they’re ligit. You’ll get your check just like I got mine.

    63. does anyone have any good tips to do this process faster?

    64. Waste of time and you have to give out personal information so you get sales phone calls day and night and junk mail to your house. They have all these “offers” that are suppose to be free but the fine print says you’ll be charged $9.95 and they list those in the in free offers. Everytime someone gets ripped off they say the person didn’t do them right. It’s a scam to everyone except cashcrate I think the advertisers don’t know they tell people to make email addresses just to do offers and auto-fillers, they are scammers.

    65. at first i thought it was a big waste of time, but if you got minutes to kill, it wouldn’t hurt. everyday i would delete cookies, create a new email, and do two-three offers. doing this for 8 days, i made $9. and suddenly my account was terminated. that was really annoying. some offers wouldn’t accept my real name ‘ai’ stating that it’s ‘invalid’ so i entered a random american name instead. i think that’s the reason for the termination. anyway…

      for those who do decide to use cashcrate, PLEASE BE VERY CAREFUL! please read the fine print before completing any offers. some offers have a hidden fee of $14.95 charged to your phone.

      If you spent enough time with it, you could probably learn to work its system faster.
      very true! at first i spent most of my time checking the fine print and ‘term and policy’ (control F “$”). eventually you learn which offers have no hidden fees and which are the quickest to complete.

    66. Is Cashcrate just another scam or is it legit? I used cashcrate for nearly 2 months, and unfortunately it turns out it is a scam. They give you the run around when it comes to getting your check, and there support doesn’t respond. They used to pay there users, but don’t any more.

    67. I’ve received a check from Cashcrate last month. I was a skeptic, so I didn’t put much effort in. Just wanted to reach payout, basically. I earned about $27. So I wouldn’t say it’s a scam. Rather, I’ve learned many tips and tricks for the site to get my offers to clear about 75% of the time. I don’t have any referrals yet, though. I’ve had a small success and I’m more than willing to keep going again, especially while looking for work. Hopefully I’ll earn more to help support myself, well with this and other sites as well. I’m rather sickly, so working a regular job can be tough. But I can certainly find the strength to do some clicking here and there. I’ve basically found out how to play the system, and more than willing to help those that want to listen (and especially for those that visit my site and/or become my referral, also found on the blog on my site (www.chaosdomain.com)). Sorry for any rambling that may have occurred in this post

    68. ok at this website is the whole thing totally free. i dont have to spend anything at all. Is it safe?

    69. hello yesterday only i have joined cashcrate and suddenly all the offers disappered. will i get the offers or is it will disappered forever or iwill i get it after sometime .pleasr tell me i m worried no offers

    70. I am confused, is it okay to join cashcrate or is it too risky?

    71. @KH There is no risk for signing up however they are a huge waste of time and you make nothing but pocket change. If you want serious money your best bet would be to get another part time job on the side somwhere. However, with that said, I have no time for this as I am in college and much too busy with school.

      So cashcrate works from when I tried them but it has now been 3 weeks I have been doing their offers and such and my account only has $12 despite all my hours and hard work! You need $20 to get a check. So this is a waste because in order for me to save enough money to get that decent used car I have always wanted I would need to be on here for hours and hours for months!

      So yes give them a try however I say they are a huge waste of time. (Not a scam site just a waste of time site).

      If I had the time I would get a second job but thats life for ya. Good luck

    72. Just. Awful. I’m familiar with the phrase, “you have to spend money to make money,” but as I understand it, after you pay, you are supposed to receive return payment. THIS HAS NOT YET OCCURRED and I have been a cashcrate member for two months. Two-thirds of the offers I completed were never credited. Not worth the time, money, spam, and telemarketers.

    73. Cashcrate is legitimate, but it certainly isn’t perfect. Most people get so little for their time, lots of people fail to make a spare email for the tremendous amount of spam, and I’ve been stiffed several times. I wouldn’t bother if I were you, but Cashcrate is reputable.

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