Right. I wouldn't think so either for as good as they have been in the past. I just get nervous and don't want to waste a bunch of time doing something if I'm not going to get my final check. My payment is now showing processing as well.
Realllllllly nervous about doing surveys for the month of march and hoping that cash crate doesn't screw us over and not send our final earnings in april after they shut down. Also wondering why they haven't zeroed out and processed our Feb earnings yet...
Right? Like I was probably doing an offer 5 years ago where you had to click "yes" to several offers and one of them was a quick swagbucks sign up. I know I've seen them for inbox dollars. I've never even personally visited the site and I'm probably out of luck for the $20 bonus.
Yes, the $1.28 went through after I kept refreshing for several minutes. The one yesterday for $1.60 I spent 5 minutes refreshing and kept getting that screen. I eventually had to leave so I didn't get a chance to keep trying.
Anyone else keep getting a "server error" when completing a survey? It looks like it tries to redirect to Your Surveys to give me credit and then I get this error and nothing credits. It happened yesterday with a $1.60 survey and just now with a $1.28 survey. Very frustrating. I left the...
I completed a survey and got this message:
Thank you for completing our survey. You have been credited with $0.50 by Fusion Cash and you are now entered to win two tickets to a sporting event of your choice
What is Fusion Cash? It used to say CashCrate...will I still get credit?
well, i noticed once the surveys page came back up that SSI is no longer an option for me...does anyone have it available, or is CashCrate no longer offering this daily survey? (not that its worked all month anyway...)?
I have a question...for the money I earned in December 2009, but received the check in January...does that money get reported on this year's tax, or would it have been for last year? Not sure how this works since you receive the money about a month after you actually accrue it.