Cash Crate check in the mail
Yesterday afternoon I checked the mailbox and instead of the usual bills that I don’t enjoy opening, I got one of those nice letters with the tear-off panels. You know the ones – the ones that have a check inside.
That’s right I finally got my first check for participating in Cash Crate! My first month using Cash Crate, July, I got a total of $27.64 for filling out surveys, signing up for free trials and referring other users. Here’s the check!
What’s even more exciting is how much I’ve made so far in August. This month I’ve already made almost over twice that – $50.09 $56.49 $60.06 as of this update writing this post! The month still has almost a week left!
So if you were on the fence as to whether using Cash Crate would really be worth your time, hopefully this will convince you. As long as you follow my step by step guide to using Cash Crate, sign up for a throw away email address and use it – and refer your friends, you can make money using their site as well. Hey, you might even make enough to pay your cable bill (if you have one – and I don’t!). As for me, I’m adding this money to our vacation fund for our cruise in 2 weeks!
Stay tuned, this week I’m going to be starting to use another similar service called SwatCash.com that some friends have recommended to me. Who knows, maybe it’ll work as well as Cash Crate!
Great reading from this week
Here’s a few great posts that I had the pleasure of reading this week. Check them out, you’ll be glad you did!
- The Perfect Storm @ remodelingthislife.com: Talking about Tropical storms, and storms in our lives.
- Pay yourself first challenge @ ptmoney.com: Dude, I can’t believe you actually won! Congrats!
- You traded the bluesmobile for this? No a microphone! @ sensetosave.com
- How much money do you make? @ Myinvestingblog.com: An anonymous survey of reader’s take-home.
- Investing like a millionaire @ milkyourmoney.com: Invest like Millionaires do.
- A Twitter vacation! @ fourhourworkweek.com: This guy took a vacation based solely upon the recommendations of his twitter followers. He had a great time! (look out for the bacon covered donut.
- A quote from Ben Franklin about Knowledge @ freefrombroke.com: This one dovetails nicely with the bible quote from yesterday. Read mine first, then head on over!
- My tithing experience @ ChristianPF.com: Bob at christianpf.com talks about his experience tithing, and asks for your story as well. I just left a comment with mine!
- Support entrepeneurs in developing countries with Kiva @ consumerismcommentary.com: Flexo talks about helping others through Kiva. You can read posts about micro-lending on my blog here and here.
- A bible based budget? @ freemoneyfinance.com: What would a bible based budget look like? A discussion on the topic at FMF.
- Moving Update @ beingfrugal.net: Lynnae and her crew are moving to a new house. Congrats!
- Conversations in personal finance @ greenpandatreehouse.com: Why do you subscribe to personal finance blogs? Would you unsubscribe if you read a post that you disagreed with?
Last Edited: 25th August 2008