Make Money Using Cash Crate –Step By Step Guide
By peter Ender
Cash Crate – An Easy Way To Make Some Extra Money
In a post a while back I talked about how I was able to make some extra money using, and how you can do the same thing. I’ve now been with the service for over 4 years, and I’m still earning a check every month. This past month I made $366.77 just by filling out surveys, and also by referring new users to the service. Not too bad for something that doesn’t take much time.

In my review of the service I didn’t get very detailed on how to setup your account and get started earning money, so I thought today I would take moment to walk through the process in a little more detail for those of you who would like to give it a shot. Don’t worry, it isn’t very hard and you can be earning your first dollar within minutes!

Getting Started With Cash Crate
Here is a quick step by step guide to getting started earning your first dollar using Cash Crate.
1. Get a new email: First, sign up for a new free email address at a website like or You will be getting a ton of email after signing up and filling out surveys, because a lot of what you’re doing is getting paid to get on someone’s mailing list. An example email you might set up could be “”. Make note of what your new email address is.
2. Sign up for Cash Crate: Sign up for Cash Crate by clicking on the link : It will take you to a page where you’ll be asked for your basic information including email address (use your new one) and a password. Once you click on the “Join Now!” button as shown in the screenshot, it will ask you for your mailing address as well so that they can send you your payment. Currently payment is made only by check.

  1. Start making money by filling out surveys and accepting offers: Once you’ve signed up for the service you can start making money right on the first day in a couple of different ways. First, you can fill out surveys. Just click on the link on your dashboard that says “complete offers” and it will bring you to a page where you can start filling out surveys for cash or for points (points can be redeemed for rewards like Itunes gift cards, Starbucks cards, etc).On my first day using the service I chose to just complete the “cash offers”, that were 100% free. Those offers will pay out a certain cash amount (which it will show under the “payout” heading) and don’t require you to pay anything up front. Other offers may have higher payouts, but they may require you to use a credit card to sign up for a trial offer, or to pay for a month of service (like one available netflix offer). Offers can be as simple as filling in your email address (once again, use your newly created email), and as complicated as filling in several pages of survey questions.One thing that I’ve found extremely helpful in completing offers quickly is using an autocomplete form filler like Roboform. Basically what this program does is automatically fill out the forms for you so that you don’t have to manually enter all of your information every time you fill out a survey or trial offer. Just make sure the information it is entering is the correct information because sometimes it will fill in something that isn’t quite right – putting the right information in the wrong field.Once you’ve filled out the survey or or completed an offer, just click on the “submit” link in the Cash Crate window next to the offer you completed. Your submission will then be added to “pending” payouts, and will be verified. If you didn’t complete enough of an offer, it will be rejected, so be sure to fill it out completely.

Some of the other offers include offers that allow you to get payouts for clicking on a referral link when shopping. For example, I took advantage of a deal through Vista Print that allowed me to get 250 free business cards (with my blog name/url on them). All I had to do was pay shipping. The shipping cost about $5.75, and my payout from Cash Crate was about $5. So for 75 cents I was able to get a big box of business cards that I can hand out to people I know, and leave at store bulletin boards etc. Not bad for a little bit of blog publicity!
4. Earn money through referrals: You can also earn big money at Cash Crate using referrals. For every new user that you refer to the service, you’ll get paid a small amount for surveys that they fill out, as well as getting a $3 bonus when they complete enough surveys to reach their first $10 payout. If you have a blog you can promote the Cash Crate site and link to it using your personal referral link. You can write a post (like this one) explaining the site, and referring people to the service. Once you get enough people referred to the service the payouts can be quite nice! It’s how I make most of my money through them now as I haven’t been filling out surveys for a while due to time constraints.



It is disheartening however , to see quite a number of lives end up on the shelf because they are unwilling to pay the desired price that is needed for them to attain the ultimate peak allowable to them by their maker. Next level is the process of advancement both physically and spiritually .There are some questions that may arise as a result of the above subject matter : Why is it necessary to go to the next level ? Who are those meant for next level ? How is it possible to achieve next level ? Which of the next level are we talking about ? When is it possible to go to the next level ? It is will of God that his children go to the next level . In 2kings6:1 , the bible says : “ And the sons of the prophets said unto Elisha,Behold now, the place where we dwell with thee is too strait for us .” I can recall a testimony of my pastor in his early days in ministry as a young pastor of a parish which took off inside a secondary school premises. After some time ,the place became inadequate. Moreover, the government of the day forbade the display of church sign post and religious activities in a school premises. Just as the pastor started feeling the negative effects of the location on the growth, they got another place opposite the school compound , which was slight improvement over the premises of the school . On meeting his senior pastor ,he used the same language of the sons of the prophet and said, “Sir , where we worship is too small for us”. From his reply he was not keen about the desired expansion , knowing fully well that finance and his assistance would be needed . Actually , my pastor needed # 21,000.00 to pay a three-month rent advance but the senior pastor was unable to help .To the glory of God , the few parishioners were able to raise the sum and paid for three months to rent a big hall for the parish.But within a period of two years , the whole place was too small again .The statement of next level is a statement of :”this place is too small for me.” Anyone who thinks where he or she is presently is good for him or her is stagnated .Stagnancy is deadly ;to be stagnant is to stand still and experience no growth at all .Its time to advance.
“The lord our God spake unto us in Horeb, saying,yea have dwelt long enough in this mount : Turn you, and take your journey , and go to the mount of the Amorites,and unto all the places nigh thereunto, in the plain, in the hills, and in the vale,and in the south, and by the sea side, to the land of the Canaanites, and unto Lebanon, unto the great river,the river Euphrates.Behold , I have set the land before you: go in and possess the land which the lord sware unto your fathers, Abraham ,Isaac, and Jacob, to give unto them and to their seed after them”. [Deut 1:6-8].It is time to advance in all we do. When one dwells too long on the same spot it is called stagnancy .The injunction in the above passage is that there are places ahead that we can possess now.In verse8, the scripture reminds us that where we are is not the end of God’s plan for us, other levels are before us if we are willing to possess. Another hypothetical example is the life of ruth in the bible .In her statement of next level , Ruth the Moabites, the daughter in law of Naomi, said :”Intreat me not to leave thee or to return from following after thee;for whither thou goest, I will go: and where thou lodgest, I will lodge ; thy people shall be my people , and thy God my God. Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried; the lord do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me “Ruth 1:16-17 .The character above never regretted her moves. The story of woes of Ruth gave way to pleasantness. The lady who would have died a childless widow not only became a mother but had her name/record in the scriptures as the great grandmother of jesus Christ . “so Boaz took Ruth ,and she was his wife :and when he went in unto her, the lord gave her conception, and she bare a son. And the women said unto Naomi,Blessed be the lord , which hath not left thee this day without a kinsman, that his name may be famous in Israel . And he shall be unto thee a restorer of thy life, and a nourisher of thine old age: for thy daughter in law, which loveth thee, which is better to thee than seven sons, hath born him. And Naomi took the child, and laid it in her bosom, and became nurse unto it. And the women her neighbours gave it a name ,saying ,There is a son born to Naomi; and they called his name Obed: he is the father of jesse, the father of David”[Ruth4:13-17]. Elisha in the bible is another example .Elisha in his journey to the next level got to Gilgal,Gilgal to Bethel ,Bethel to Jericho ,Jericho to Jordan . At Jordan , with the master, he went over on dry ground to Jordan . At Jordan, the breakthrough of his ministry came and his level changed –the double portion of Elijah ‘s spirit rested on him. It was evident on his return that his level had changed. The Jordan parted for him and he became a master to other sons of the prophets. “And when the sons of the prophets which were to view at Jericho saw him, they said, The spirit of Elijah doth rest on Elisha .And they came to meet him, and bowed themselves to the ground before him” [ 2kings2:15] This feat was as a result of Elisha’s statement of next level [2king2:2 ] “ And Elisha said unto him , As the lord liveth,and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee. So they went down to Bethel .”