You can take online surveys for cash and additional activities at CashCrate.com and this review will cover everything you need to know about these types of survey sites that pay in cash.
There are many things to do on this site and the best part about it is, you get paid in cash and are therefore able to immediately see how much money you have available at any time.
You can earn extra cash and get paid to try new offers with CashCrate.com, and here are just a few other things you can also do:
• Get paid to try new products and sign-up for free websites and services.
• Get cash back on purchases you make at your favorite online retailers.
• Earn points towards prizes for socializing, playing games, and winning contests.
Below is my CashCrate review, which is summarized from various sources: information obtained from the Cashcrate website, feedback obtained from Cashcrate users of the site, my own thorough research, and my own personal experiences with the site.
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Contact: Contact form available. FAQ section. Blog and Forum sections.
Operated by: CashCrate Program
Must be 18 years of age and older. Minors between 13 and 18 may join with parents/elders consent.
Payment means: Cash.
Additional Incentives: Crates game to win prizes (points needed), offers, games, shopping, cash tasks, and bonus offers.
Amount per survey: Amount earned depends on length of surveys, but could be between $0.30 and $2.00.
Minimum required: $20.00
How do you get paid: Check, PayPal (available when you reach silver status level)
When do you get paid: Monthly processed by the 20th of the following month.
Sign up bonus: $1.00
Other information: If the additional offers and tasks are done, you can build up to the minimum amount very quickly. Means of payment is very limited.
How you get notified: Receive notification per e-mail of available surveys. Also when logging into your account under the ‘Earn Cash’ tab.
Frequency of surveys: Differs from person to person, and depends on your profile. There are also many surveys on the site that you can enter that are not sent to your email. There are also two daily surveys.
Survey Lengths: Depends on the length of the survey, but normally not more than 25 minutes.
Type of Surveys available: Online surveys. Many other income opportunities.
How often do you qualify: As like on other sites, you will sometimes not qualify for a survey after you completed a few questions, as you do not fit in their target group. It is not possible to qualify for every survey.
Other information: CashCrate offers me fewer surveys than on other sites, but just like Zoombucks and Squishycash they make up for it with the numerous other ways to earn money. There is however more offers open to US citizens than are available to international participants, but there is however still plenty of offers that can keep you busy. The offers are nicely separated and identifiable between free, paid and which require a credit card. All available tasks, surveys and offers are neatly organized on one screen.
Registration is free with CashCrate, and just like with most sites, the process does not take very long. You need to register and activate your email before you can start earning. They have been in business for almost 9 years.
I have discovered and do like the fact that they have a lot of offers relevant and based in my own country. So they prove that they are aware of you and take you serious, which is a kind of nice change in survey sites. Cash Crate has a nice easy site to understand and has a good system in place.
A negative aspect is the fact that I can’t seem to find any contact details for them, such as address, email or telephone, because they joined a company called ‘Domains By Proxy’ to keep their information private. This does not immediately mean they are a scam, because it could also mean that they value their privacy and don’t want to receive spam, but I am still curious.
Just like iPoll I have not been with this survey company for a long time, and will still investigate it further. There are however many negative reviews on the net about this site, but at the same time there are also many positive reviews of people who get paid. Again just like on iPoll I will make up my own mind just like you should after I try it for myself for a while, as long as the site is not clearly a scam which this one is not.
You can read my iPoll Review here.
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This site is like many other similar sites like ZoomBucks, SquishyCash and SwagBucks, because of the many other income opportunities that you have. There are also two daily recurring surveys which can bring a steady income. Considering everything, you can spend several hours a day being active on CashCrate.com and not even scratch the surface.
I personally love this kind of sites, and I am a member of many such sites. But, CashCrate is my worst earning site. I don’t make much here, but I am told by them it is because of the Country I live in.
There are some negative comments and feedback received about this site. Despite this and my lack of income, it is not costing me anything while I stay a member with them. As far as I can tell, they are legit, but are better for people from the US.
I hope you found this CashCrate Review helpful, and that you found the information you were looking for. It will be appreciated if you can also rate this survey site on the above rating system, to assist other users.
Final verdict: Legit but be cautious.