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25 September 2008 @ 09:09 pm
Got another cash crate check today :)

25 September 2008 @ 02:17 pm
Steve Albirght of reviewopedia.com gave Cash Crate 3 out of 5 stars. That's not bad at all.
25 September 2008 @ 02:13 pm
My own checks;

People who's shared their checks with me.

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25 September 2008 @ 12:47 am

For those of you who may not know, I enjoy debunking myths . Whenever I hear something that sounds suspicious, I’m usually the first person researching it. Recently, I helped a friend avoid a fake check scam after he posted a used item for sale online. The potential buyer sent a fake check for more than the price of the item and told my friend that his secretary had made a mistake. The buyer asked my friend to deposit the check and wire the difference back to him. If my friend had fallen for the scam, he would have lost around $1000.

If you’ve made it to this page, you’re probably here to find out if CashCrate is a scam. When something sounds too good to be true, most of the time it is. Well, the purpose of this post is to expose the truth about CashCrate and resolve any questions or doubts that you may have. Let’s start with the big question.

Is CashCrate a Scam?

The simple answer is no. CashCrate is not a scam. No matter what you’ve read elsewhere, I assure you that CashCrate is 100% legit. Over the course of a few months, I’ve made almost $100 through CashCrate. Below is a picture of the first check I received back in December.

Will I make a lot of money?

Probably not. Even though it’s easy to make money through CashCrate, I think most people would prefer earning money through other means. Why? Because filling out surveys and completing trial offers can get pretty boring. The reason you see so many positive reviews of CashCrate is because they have a generous referral program. Some people probably earn a decent amount of money from CashCrate through referrals, but they have to put in a lot of hard work in advertising their referral link. It’s basically like a second job.

Should I try CashCrate?

If you’re just looking to make a little extra cash with a minimal amount of effort, then CashCrate is for you. If you’re trying to build a sustainable source of income, then look elsewhere. CashCrate isn’t going to make you rich. If you’re still interested in CashCrate after reading all of this, then check out a couple of helpful pages that I’ve written about CashCrate.

25 September 2008 @ 12:45 am

My Cash Crate Review explains how to make money online by completing free offers and surveys. Once you sign up for Cash Crate, you can immediately begin completing offers and earning a paycheck. It’s that simple. To help you out, I will review Cash Crate as in depth as possible to make you more money.

How does Cash Crate Work?

Top companies pay lots of money to reach potential customers by offering their products/services for free. When you complete one of these offers, companies pay Cash Crate for your participation. Cash Crate then forwards a large percentage (around 75%) of the received earnings to you! Most Cash Crate offers are lead generation based, meaning you exchange information for a cash payout.

The information you provide to complete offers doesn’t have to be your real e-mail address or phone number. You can obtain a free e-mail address using G-mail, grab a private phone number online, and create other secondary contact addresses to protect your personal information.

How to Complete your 1st Offer

Cash Crate provides you with hundreds of offers to complete every day. The key is to pick and choose offers that are easy to complete and have high payouts. The more high paying offers you complete, the more money you will make. Simple as that. So how do you find the best offers?

1 . Go to the members area, and under cash offers, select sort offers by highest payout.

2 . Read the description for every offer first before you choose an offer to complete.

3 . Once you find a suitable offer, click the link and begin completing the offer.

4 . When finished, either click the submit box at the top of the page, or return to the offers page and click “submit”. Make sure to clear the cookies after every offer you complete. This is the #1 reason for causing offers to never confirm.

Complete Your 1st Cash Crate Offer

Build Up Your Cash Crate Earnings

You’ll want to pursue the high dollar offers, which make more money than the smaller $1 payouts. If you check everyday, there are tons of offers paying out over $10+. Use the e-mail & phone numbers you created to enter information so you will receive credit for the lead.

If you complete 1 $10 offer each day, you will end the month with over $3k in earnings. You have the potential to earn between $100 to $3k per month ; the choice is yours.

Getting Paid

Cash crate members must accumulate at least $10 in earnings before receiving a payout via check. Payments are processed on the 20th of every month, which is similar to Google Adsense’s payout schedule.

Tips on Growing Your Referral Network

Cash Crate members can earn referral commissions when they refer their friends to the program. If you’re making decent money with Cash Crate, why not tell your friends as well so they can earn some money online too?

There are a number of ways to tell your friends to join your referral network:

Add your referral code to forum signatures
Use business cards to promote your referral code
Start a Cash Crate blog
E-mail your Friends and tell them about Cash Crate
Make a flyer that promotes Cash Crate and your referral URL
Participate in the Cash Crate forum and possibly sign up new visitors to Cash Crate
Promote your earnings in a forum or message board, and tell others how to make money with Cash Crate
Add promotional banners to your website:

Start Building Your Cash Crate Referral List

Debunking Cash Crate Misconceptions

1. Is Cash Crate a Scam? - No! Cash Crate has never missed a payment since I’ve been with the program. You can check out the thumbnail below as proof of my check:

2. Is Cash Crate Hard Work? - As long as you utilize the tools listed above, you can complete multiple offers within minutes.

3. Is Your Personal Information Compromised? - You never have to give your real credit card number, social security number, phone number, e-mail address, etc. Always use online tools to create non-personal information for offer completion purposes. When asked for credit card numbers, use gift cards instead.

4. Will You Make Any Money with Cash Crate? - Just like anything other program, you get what you put into it. If you stay disciplined, continue to complete offers and build your referral network, you are guaranteed to make money. Pay no attention to naysayers. They are just jealous of your success!

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