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25 September 2008 @ 12:47 am
Another Success story  

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.