Cash crate, genuine but costly!

@yelrihs (301)
Australia
August 1, 2009 5:34am CST
Do not sign up to this website, it is probably genuine but most of the surveys expected you to reveal too much personal information, and also demanded you to send them an sms confirmation back, which is costing at least $5. Some is also asking for your credit card details. I dont like the idea.
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@devideddi (1437)
• United States
2 Aug 09
Hi yelrihs, I'm not exactly sure what you are referring to with the sms confirmation but I have worked for them for 2 years and have never paid them a dime or 5 dollars or a sms confirmation. I really like the site, and wish I could help. You don't have to do the offers are not free if you don't want. There are plenty of free offers and surveys also. Just be sure you finish all the way thru an offer staying on each page a few seconds. And its a good idea to get an extra email account just for you junk mail. I never use my credit card on that site, or any money making site for that matter. If you still don't want to do CashCrate, check out my profile and my website. I list a few other good sites that pay well. Good Luck
@yelrihs (301)
• Australia
2 Aug 09
Hi Devideddi, thanks for your comment. I'm not actually residing in the US, so we could have probably gotten different surveys, but most of the tasks listed in the website was gift offers and those sorts. As I said, I need to send a sms confirmation that's costing, as I have written above, more than $5. I will definitely check out your profile for other sites that is more worth my time. Thank you :)