surveys

Neobux.com is a waste of time

There are a lot of websites out there that make the claim of making quick and easy money but the amount of time and effort that you would need to spend to meet their minimum cash out levels is off the charts. Neobux fits into that category. Is Neobux a scam? I don’t think so, but it’s as close to it as you can get.

When I signed up for Neobux the offers that were available to me all paid about one tenth of a penny per offer. So even I were feeling energetic and twitchy and could click on all of the possible offers that they had presented to me as quickly as possibly I would need to click on at least 3,000 offers per hour in order to make $3.00. Add to that their stepped minimum payouts and someone would have to spend several hours per day over the period of weeks or months just to make a couple of dollars.

I recommend that you avoid Neobux. It’s a waste of time.

Making money with Rewarding Ways

Rewarding Ways offers consumers several different opportunities for making money online. Rewarding Ways offers paid surveys, paid trials, and other opportunities for earning. They have a low cash cash out of $1.00 and allows you to transfer funds to Paypal, Skrill, Bitcoin and Payza. Rewarding Ways claims that you can easily earn $20 per day through their portal in just a short amount of time everyday. Their offers are typical low paying surveys and click through offers for other companies. Some of their offers require a trial signup for a partner offer.

With their low payouts and frequent offers I can see how spending a few minutes a day on the Rewarding Ways website can add up. While you’re probably not going to be earning $300 per day from Rewarding Ways the rewards they offer and quick cash outs will help things add up quickly.

Is CashCrate legit?

CashCrate.com is another consumer online survey company that promises big payouts for people that sign up and participate. A lot of people wonder if CashCrate is a legitimate way to make some extra money, or is just a waste of time?

When I signed up for CashCrate in 2016 I was given a $1.00 bonus for signing up and then an addition .50 for completing a basic profile.

Completing a basic profile is what survey companies like CashCrate use to identify, segment and target paying surveys to consumers on behalf of the companies interested in doing market research. So it’s important to complete your profile if you want to get more lucrative surveys that may be offered.

After completing the basic profile section, CashCrate offered me two pages of bonus offers, but in my experience, they are just mechanisms for them to share your personal information with other people so they can make money off of you. More often than not, you, the consumer, gets little to not value from the promises of these “bonus offers”.

The initials offers to make money with CashCrate were consumer surveys that are typical of sites like this. They payments for each survey varied from 80 cents per survey to as much as $17.50 for a 10 minute survey. There were plenty of surveys with payouts between these ranges. There were at least four of five pages of surveys available for me to participate in.

Most of the surveys have estimated lengths of time that each should take. The average seemed to be around 10 minutes for a payment of around $4.50, which works out to around $27/hour. Some offers had multiple surveys available and two or three of them were available every day.

CashCrate has a minimum payout of $20. Payments are made by check on the 20th of every month and are for any balance over $20 accrued through the end of the previous month. For example, if you have a balance of $35 in your CashCrate account at the end of September, CashCrate will send you a check on October 20th.