Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the frequently asked questions taken directly from the CashCrate site in order to help you. If you still have other questions, feel free to email me at or to contact CashCrate via their support page.

How does CashCrate work?
Advertisers pay us to have users try their products. When you complete an offer, we're simply passing that money on to you.

Are there any requirements for participation?
You must be atleast 13 years old. Members from the United States and other English speaking countries will have the most offers available to them, but members from other countries are welcome as well.

How much can I make?
How much you can make is dependent on a few things such as what country you're from and how much time you're willing to devote to making money. As it is, most members have the opportunity to make more than a thousand dollars!
Users from the United States can make several hundred dollars by completing offers, and your earnings from our referral program are limitless for everyone!

When do I get paid?
Users who meet our minimum payout (only $20!) have their payments processed by the 20th of the following month So, if you earn $250 in June, you'll get paid in mid-July.

How does the referral program work?
The referral program has two levels. You get paid 20% of what your direct referrals make and 10% of what THEIR referrals make. Members can make hundreds a month just by referring other members to our free program!

What's the best way to get started?
After you sign-up, you'll be presented with a short message on how to complete offers along with a "fast-track", which is a list offers which you should complete right away because they are high paying and take little time to complete.

I referred my friend and it didn't give me credit?
The most common problem we encounter is when a group of people such as a dormitory at a university are on a shared IP and all run the same IP address. Since this is our first line of defense to protect against fraudulent referrals, you may just be out of luck. We have other methods to try and detect these types of referrals as well and if we believe a referral is suspect you will not immediately be given credit for it.