Cash Crate is a “get-paid-to” (GPT) site where people can join and make decent side money for free. I can verify that it is NOT a scam, and if you put effort into it, you can potentially make some nice cash to pay bills with or to use for trips, camp, or family-time activities. There are people making hundreds each month on there. Besides being a single parent home educator and writer, I am also a graduate student so I don’t put the energy or effort into it to make that much, but I have gotten paid from Cash Crate. I do Cash Crate primarily for fun and leisure. Besides getting paid, you get coupons, discounts and lots of free samples in the mail. That’s the part I like most. You can also play games on there. I do this when taking a break from completing offers. Truthfully, I can spend all day doing this.
On Cash Crate, members get paid to sign up for offers, doing surveys, trying products and viewing videos. There are a few offers that require you to pay a small shipping fee or something, but most of the offers are free. I only do free offers, unless I really want the item or service. The great thing I like is that you can participate in contests and forums, and there is a blog. You can learn a lot and get great tips from the top earners there. It is a great way for teens to make a little money while on breaks from school, but they have to be 13 years of age to participate. An important point to remember is that you will have to sign up for these offers with authentic information, not fake, made-up info. So it is imperative to get yourself a separate email account strictly set up for this. Only 1 account per household is allowed.
You can also make residual income on Cash Crate by simply referring others and earning a commission. Many members only focus on this and do quite well. Cash Crate pays via check, but PayPal is available for members who have reached a certain level. It is a great way to earn some extra cash from home.