What is CashCrate?

CashCrate is a site that allows you to earn money by taking online surveys absolutely free. You fill out basic information about yourself, such as your name, address and city and voluntarily sign up for spam. Creating a new e-mail for the spam is a must-do method in order to achieve success with this program and to make money with Cash Crate.

It’s against the rules to use false information so I use my real info, but I’ve never received any phone calls or anything, just e-mail spam. I also never sign up for the high paying offers that cost money or require a credit card, although there’s only a few of these available.

Be sure to check out my new article on CashCrate tips and tricks for maximum profit once you’re done reading this CashCrate guide review!

How much can you earn with CashCrate?

The amount you make is dependent on the effort you put in, but with my current system I am making around $15 an hour filling out these forms.

Most 100% free surveys are between .25 and .50 cents, but there are frequently surveys in the $1-$2 range. To find the highest offers, go to www.cashcrate.com and find out for yourself as different locations have different paying offers.

In general, completing a single CashCrate survey takes around 5 minutes, but with my new method I complete around 15 surveys in 10 minutes. Not every survey clears and gets credited every time, but a high % of them do. Even using this method at a slow pace, you can easily complete 55 forms per hour, averaging out to around $20 an hour. Following the guides of other CashCrate reviews is unlikely to produce these results.

Does CashCrate scam you? Is CashCrate a scam?

Many people have this idea that CashCrate scams them. For the short version: No, calling CashCrate legit is an understatement as the company is 100% legitimate and definitely pays out all of the customers earnings on time. I have personally received many Cash Crate checks and can attest to the fact that they’ve all been cashed without a problem.

What do I do once I’ve created my free CashCrate account?

Log in to your CashCrate account and go to your member’s area. This will display your free CashCrate offers. Sort your offers by ’100% Free’ and “Payout” to get the highest paying free offers.

Is CashCrate legit or is CashCrate a scam?

Yes, it’s 100% legit. If you do a Google image search for “Cash Crate” you can find many pictures of people’s Cash Crate checks, many of which are in the thousand dollar range.

Why would they give away money?

The most important thing to understand is that they aren’t GIVING away money. You are earning it. For every form you fill out, they are paid a certain amount by the advertisers. Of that amount, a high % of it is deposited into your CashCrate earnings.

They make money every time you fill out a form. They have absolutely no reason to cheat you. They make tons of cash as a legitimate business and stand far too much to lose if they were ever caught cheating.

Conclusion:

CashCrate is an excellent service that allows you to earn money for doing very simple work. You can easily make an extra $500 a month by only working a few hours a week. So don’t wait, click on the ‘Join Now’ button to get started now and earn some extra money.

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  4. Shan John says:

    Ebates Scam

    I’m sure everyone has heard of the so called Ebates scam.
    Is this thing really a scam? It sounds too good to be true,
    let’s find out in my full review!

  5. Shan John says:

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  6. Shan John says:

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