Has anyone tried Cash Crate?

United States
June 18, 2012 11:16am CST
I just started using a survey site called Cash Crate. I found it from a reliable referral, and the payout seems pretty low. Has anyone had any experience with this site. How reliable are they for paying on participation of offers? Are there any other reliable survey sites I can use?
4 responses
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
18 Jun 12
I have heard of the site but have no practical experience as I am not a member of it. Let me know its minimum payout. Hope if you join it, you would share your experience of the site with all of us.
• United States
18 Jun 12
The payout is $20 which seems reachable with the different offers they have. I like it so far, but i won't recommend anything till i reach a payout.
• India
22 Jun 12
What are the different ways of earning online you are able to focus? If you really have anything in your knowledge,please share it with us.
• United States
7 Jul 12
Getting paid for writing content is good. If you are able to write something that gets steady traffic you can earn income even when you don't write anything else. Combine that with other efforts like MyLot, and free lance and you can make some decent money.
@wolveren (1568)
• Cebu, Philippines
18 Jun 12
I've tried the surveys thing years ago. It's fine when you're new. But I find it annoying in time. Specially if payout is really low. I'd rather post on mylot. It's easier. I find mylot to be more relaxed here.
• United States
18 Jun 12
The surveys do get tedious after a while, but i figured it be good to add it to my routine. I'll do them when I'm not in the mood to be creative, and when things are slow on MyLot.
@wolveren (1568)
• Cebu, Philippines
18 Jun 12
I guess it could be an alternative though. Maybe I just don't have your patience. lol.
• United States
20 Jun 12
I'm short on patience myself, but I'll try anything at this point.
• United States
6 Jul 12
cashcrate is legit and they always pay 100% on time i admit it can be very frustrating at first because offers don't clear right away but in time you will get use the groove of cashcrate and it will become second nature if anything you can complete the daily surveys to obtain the payout with minimum effort over all a nice site to make a few buck enjoy
• United States
7 Jul 12
I invest a small amount of time on it, but I have done a lot of offers and have not seen the reward yet. I don't like having my time wasted for nothing.
@BysenBase (190)
21 Jun 12
It's not a scam. However please read the following details: Along with filling out a series of surveys, you will be asked to receive gifts for a fee which you may not have intended to purchase. They appear as "trial" offers which if you are not a good bookkeeper and fail to unsubscribe to the offer in time; will result in you having to pay for the whole subscription. That's the trickery aspect of cashcrate. You will be bombarded with endless spam freebie offerings which you initially tried to offset by providing incorrect or phoney email addresses. And there's the added bonus if you are able to bring in other new unsuspecting candidates into this program. So, if you do not want to keep strict track of such offerings and do not have others to recommend, then the overall pay per hour for all your survey taking may prove to be of little value [about $1.50 per hour for all your effort]. For those so-called cashcrate proponents that say that they have earned some $300 a month from cashcrate; what did they spend towards those special gift offerings along the way ... probably a lot or are they really attempting to attract unsuspecting new candidates by making false claims that they too can earn astronomical earnings.
• United States
21 Jun 12
I usually don't accept any trial offers. I also have a spam email account which I use for such purposes. Bottom line for me is they can charge me for something but unless they have a way to collect for it they wont see a dime. The time tha is spent on it does feel tedious and not worth the effort, but its still a good thing to use when I dont feel like marketing my work or being creative.