I wanted to let everyone know that I received my Cashcrate check today of $51.41. If you haven't signed up you need to so you can get checks each month as well!!
I was reviewing different GPT websites and came across GPTREVIEWs.org. I noticed they got a chance to interview the owners Joe and Carter of Cashcrate back in March 28, 2008. Here is information from the interview:
The owners of CashCrate were glad enough to let me ask them a few questions about their paid to signup site. This interview will help you get a better understanding of CashCrate and also learn a little bit about the two helpful owners, Joe and Carter.
When and why did you decide to start CashCrate?
We decided to start when we noticed that most paid to signup sites were not treating their members right. We wanted to give users a chance to make more money and easier.
Where were you born and raised?
Born and raised in Idaho, USA. Carter, the other site admin is from Saskatchewan, Canada.
What do you enjoy to do in your free time? Any hobbies?
I enjoy reading, spending time with my friends and working out. I also am a big fan of the Phoenix Suns and NBA Basketball in general. I am a workaholic and love to work.
Do you have another job other then managing CashCrate? What is it?
No, CashCrate is my sole job.
What do you like most and least about managing your paid to signup site?
What I like the most is being able to help out people by allowing them a chance to make some cash. I like to hear about how a member was able to make $100 and then showed their check to their friends and they all signed up as his referral!
What I don’t like is the problems with offer confirmations that are experienced in this industry but everyone has to work through them.
Why should people use your paid to signup site instead of others?
Friendly support, admins that care, low $10 payout, highest payouts on offers and great contests!
Are you satisfied with your paid to signup site?
We are satisfied where CashCrate is going but we need to continue to work towards making it better, we will never settle to be average. We want to be the best paid to signup site available on the web.
I’d like to thank the owners of CashCrate for taking time out of their busy schedule to allow me to interview, especially Joe for taking the time to answer the questions. You guys rock and I love where CashCrate is headed.
If you are looking for a great paid to signup site, be sure to sign up for CashCrate!
Well everyone I would like you to know I am looking for new ways to make legitimate income online. Do you know of any programs that pays?
If so I'd love to hear about it. I will be making a page of free to join programs that pays their members.
I'm only looking for free to join programs and also you must show me proof of payments. I do not want to post any scams on this site what so ever!
Here is the deal....I will post your banner free here with information you give me about your program but you will have to promote this website to bring more traffic so people can view your program since this is a up and coming site.
If you would like to add your banner on my website please feel free to contact me any time.
I would like to help people out there that are looking for ways to make money online without being scammed or have to pay out of pocket before they make any money.
How the economy is today and people losing their jobs everyday, there are going to be a lot of people online trying to find ways to make money to replace the income that they've lost.
So I was reading AJC.com and they had a question wondering if the Stimulus Package will work and did a poll in which more favored this bill will not work. This is a lot of government spending that this country does not need right now. Also where is all of this money coming from in the first place? Are they just printing more money? Are we going to pay higher taxes on it? I hope with this new package that this economy does pick back up because it doesn't feel good thinking about if your going to have a job the next day. That is why I am working online and trying to boost my income that way so if I did lose my full time job I have income to still fall back on. Here is an article from the Associated Press about the new Stimulus Package:
Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON -- Economic stimulus legislation at the heart of President Barack Obama's recovery plan is on track for final votes in the House and Senate after a dizzying final round of bargaining that yielded agreement on tax cuts and spending totaling $789 billion.
Obama, who has campaigned energetically for the legislation, welcomed the agreement, saying it would "save or create more than 3.5 million jobs and get our economy back on track."
The $500-per-worker credit for lower- and middle-income taxpayers that Obama outlined during his presidential campaign was scaled back to $400 during bargaining by the Democratic-controlled Congress and White House. Couples would receive $800 instead of $1,000. Over two years, that move would pump about $25 billion less into the economy than had been previously planned.
Officials estimated it would mean about $13 a week more in people's paychecks when withholding tables are adjusted in late spring. Critics say that's unlikely to do much to boost consumption.
Millions of people receiving Social Security benefits would get a one-time payment of $250 under the agreement, along with veterans receiving pensions, and poor people receiving Supplemental Security Income payments.
An additional $46 billion would go to transportation projects such as highway, bridge and mass transit construction; many lawmakers wanted more.
The House could vote on the bill as early as Thursday, though Friday seemed more likely. The Senate would follow, but its schedule is less certain.
The Obama plan offers a 60 percent subsidy to help unemployed people pay health insurance premiums under the COBRA program and divvies up $87 billion among the states to help them with their Medicaid costs for the next two years. It provides $19 billion to modernize health information technology systems, even though such funding will create few jobs right away.
To tamp down costs, several tax provisions were dropped or sharply cut back. A provision popular with Republicans and the big business lobby that would have awarded about $54 billion to money-losing businesses over the next two years was instead limited to small businesses, greatly reducing its cost.
A $15,000 tax credit for anybody buying a home over the next year was dropped; instead, first-time homebuyers could claim an $8,000 credit for homes bought by the end of August. Car buyers could deduct the sales tax they paid on a new car but not the interest on their car loans.
But nothing could shake negotiators from insisting on including $70 billion to shelter middle- to upper-income taxpayers from the alternative minimum tax, originally passed a generation ago to make sure the super-rich didn't avoid taxes.
The move is aimed at easing headaches that would follow if Congress passed it later in the year — rather than creating jobs. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that provision will have relatively little impact on the economy.
In late-stage talks, Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., pressed for $8 billion to construct high-speed rail lines, quadrupling the amount in the bill that passed the Senate on Tuesday.
Reid's office issued a statement noting that a proposed Los Angeles-to-Las Vegas rail might get a big chunk of the money.
Scaling back the bill to levels lower than either the $838 billion Senate measure or the original $820 billion House-passed measure caused grumbling among liberal Democrats, who described the cutbacks as a concession to the moderates, particularly Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., who are feeling heat from constituents for supporting the bill.
Specter played an active role, however, in making sure $10 billion for the National Institutes of Health, a pet priority, wasn't cut back.
After final agreements were sealed Wednesday afternoon, staff aides worked into the night drafting and double-checking in hopes of officially unveiling the measure Thursday.
Did you know when you sign up with Cashcrate and you don't make payout and then quit, Cashcrate profits off of you?
Advertisers pays Cashcrate for each offer and survey that you complete and if you don't cash out and quit, Cashcrate just made a profit over you. So they made money off the work you did and never had to pay you.
So word of advice....when you start completing offers and surveys, just make sure you make payout so you can get your check and once you do get it and realize that Cashcrate is not for you, then you should quit. I have seen this plenty of times and thought new members that signs up should know this.
Cashcrate has two contest that is going on now and you can win up to $250 dollars!! This contest is a great way to make extra cash on top of the money your already making with Cashcrate!! Act fast because it is only for this month and also this is a short month. Here is more information from Cashcrate blog:
We’ve just announced our latest contest, which will run until the end of February. You can check out all the prizes by visiting the contest page, but to sum it up, we’re giving a bunch of money away to the users who earn the most money through offers and daily surveys, as well as rewarding users who refer the most active users.
It’s a short month, so you best get started!