Cashcrate, Who are the Member Here?

@rainmark (4306)
October 30, 2008 1:10pm CST
Hello guys, i just joined the site called cashcrate and when i get started using it to complete offeres, i wasn't feel comfortable to continue and finished the offers because they are asking your personal information. I don't wanted to have lots of emails and offers on my emails and texts and calls on my phone. Guys, how do you compete those offers without giving personal informations lolz. Do your ead the terms and condition in that site? What it is really? Thanks for the information and help. Happy posting.
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
31 Oct 08
This is a very familiar discussion which i just respond to a couple of hrs ago.. lol =D I'm a member of cashcrate too, but so far i have only completed one offer from there.. But according to other members, they have earned quite alot from cashcrate and that they only fill in surveys.. But for my case, i dun always seem to have the luck with surveys, and most of the time, the offers i have, requires me to pay with credit card, and that cashcrate will pay me back again together with my profit.. However, i din do that offer, and till date, i have only earned 0.15cents after 6 months there.. haha
@rainmark (4306)
13 Nov 08
Hi Kun i didn't know there's similar discussion of these lolz. I just wanted to answer my question at cashcrate coz i got a doubt there. Im very struggled with survey too, so i better to stop at cashcrate.
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@pau_79 (793)
• Philippines
29 Nov 08
I dont have a credit card so I cant complete surveys and I believe they have very few offers for non US residents but if your from US you can earn a lot. Someone here advised not to use false information or you will be in trouble. Well this survey sites really offer high rewards but they consider geographical locations -good luck to you
• Philippines
13 Nov 08
Hi! I am also a member of cash crate. But I just started today so I don't have the expertise to really tell you about who they are and if they really pay or not. I have read some forums telling they got paid while others told that they are scammers. What I will do is that I will just take a month or less with this site and observe them if they are not good then I will not continue. It will be my lost. I will be wasting my effort but at least I have tried.
• United States
30 Oct 08
Sorry, I don't know anything about them, but you are very smart to read the terms and conditions. These sites will "share" your information with their "partner sites" and before you know it you are completely inundated with emails from A to Z. I know, unfortunately. Always know what you are getting in to. Sometimes the payoff is worth the extra hassle and sometimes it just isn't. Good luck.
@bigtom1 (1573)
30 Oct 08
1. use a new email account to get spam without getting worried. 2. Do not use your real information, you can use false information, i used to do it all the time! 3. Read some blogs or go into their forum to get some relevant information as well. I think with these three tips you will excell there
@di1159 (1580)
• United States
30 Oct 08
I know what you mean. I also joined cashcrate,but don't want to sign up for offers and then have to cancel before the grace period. You could always set up another e-mail account for the junk mail but I don't know how far they go in verifying telephone numbers. Lets see if another mylotter has an answer.