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MAKING MONEY WITH CASHCRATE REFERRALS IS NOT A SCAM

The reality is that you are not going to make a killing, or even a full time income taking online surveys for money. There are seemingly 100’s of paid online surveys sites and it is impossible to tell the good ones from the bad ones without doing some research first. Even when you do find the ones that are legitimate, it is unlikely that you will be able to make more than $20 to $50 per month by doing just the surveys.

Many people overcome this by signing up to many survey sites and maxing out each one every month. They don’t all have exactly the same offers and surveys so it is possible to make $20 on one site, $30 on another survey site, and maybe even $50 on a third one. The more sites you sign up for, the more opportunities you have to make money. Many people are perfectly happy doing surveys and offers every month and they can make a consistent $100 to $200 that way and maybe even more with some hard work.

Making money with paid online surveys is slow and methodical if you have the patience to do it. CashCrate though, gives you the opportunity to make a lot more by referring other people to the site and having them join up. For that they will give you a “finders fee” which can, for the more successful referrers, add up to a lot more than they could ever make by just doing the surveys.

This is the way the world works if you think about it. If you spend your time trying to refer other people to CashCrate, you are really a salesperson on commission. There are hundreds of millions of people in the world who make their living by selling things or trying to convince someone to buy something. Next time you are out and about, look around you and discover all the people in sales.

The person at Nordstrom or any other department store who brings you your shoe selections is in sales. In fact, almost all people on the floor of any store you walk into are there to try to make you happy, show you where things are, and try to get you to buy things. Think of every ad you have ever heard, read, or seen on any media outlet. Media in general is all about advertising and trying to get you to buy something. 

The bank teller you go to is probably constantly trying to “cross sell” you some other product the bank has.  Waiters and waitresses at restaurants will always ask you if you want apetizors first even though the portions of the main dishes are so big that most people can’t finish them. Even the person taking your order at McDonalds is in sales to the degree that they ask you if you want to “supersize” your order. They want you to buy more and spend more money.

By now you should realize that pretty much from the beginning of time, the world has revolved around advertising and getting people to do or buy what you want them to. CashCrate has one of the best paid online surveys sites and probably the best referral program of anyone so how is it a scam to promote it? Everything a person needs to succeed is there on the site either in the tutorials or the forum and any new member can get answers to all their questions.

There are many ways to make money on your computer but they all involve some degree of work. To be successful, you need to learn what your options are and what methods are best for you. Not everyone can make money online because not everyone has the writing ability and the computer knowledge to be successful. If you don’t have any skills though, there is no reason why you can’t learn everything you need to learn but you can’t expect overnight success. People claim CashCrate and other sites are scams out of frustration and their false belief that it should be easy to make money online.

If you are one of the ones who think CashCrate is a scam you should head over to the forum and find the “I Just Got Paid” thread. If CashCrate is a scam, then everyone in that forum is lying. Why would they do that? If there is no money to be made with these paid online surveys, why would everyone be lying about it?