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Get Your Cashle On…

(Cashle is now called Points2Shop. Please note that this is an old review, so parts of this may no longer be accurate.)

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I joined
Cashle, ummmm let’s see, about a month ago, I think. Cashle’s kinda similar to CashCrate, TreasureTrooper and QuickRewards Network where you get paid to complete certain tasks. On Cashle, you get paid to:

– complete surveys
– complete free and/or paid trials
– complete free offers
– click and view certain sites
– play games
– refer new members to the site

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Points and Cash…

For some tasks you complete, you get points. For others, you get cash.

points – Depending on how many points you build up, you can exchange them for prizes on Amazon. There are over a hundred prizes to choose, for e.g., headphones, Xbox products, birthday cards and action figures.

cash – Most of the tasks I’ve seen pay cash ranging from $0.01 all the way up to $2.50 task. However, a lot of them tend to be under $1.00 though.

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Who is Cashle open to?

UK, US and Canadian residents. (update: anyone can now join! No longer restricted to UK, US, Canada. Cashle’s now open to all countries.)

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And the Minimum Payout?

Well, it depends on the payment methods you request. If you’re like me and you prefer to receive payment via Paypal, then minimum payout is $1.00. For other payment methods:

– Alertpay: $1.00 (paid instantly)
– E-Gold: $0.01
– Liberty Reserve: $0.01
– Cheque: $5.00 (no fee)
– GoDaddy gift certificate: $5.00
– Amazon.co.uk gift card: $10.00
– Gamestop.com gift card: $10.00
– Target.com gift certificate: $10.00
– Best Buy gift card: $10.00
– Future Shop gift card: $30.00

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Other info…

– Cashle gives you a free $0.50 just for registering

– I don’t know how long each payment method takes once you request it (apart from AlertPay). I can’t seem to find info about that on the site. It’s probably somewhere. However, when I requested my Paypal payment, I got it the very next day. Not bad, huh? (update – feb ’14: paypal payments are now made instantly.)

– Cashle also owns Points2shop.com and both sites are interconnected in some way. I don’t know the ins and outs of it, but for example, to earn points by playing games, you have to do it through Points2shop.

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How Much I’ve Made on Cashle?

I must admit, not much: $1.15 (update: $9.48 as of Sept 2011). I could probably earn more, but completing offers isn’t really something I enjoy doing. However, having completed a few tasks, requested payment and received it fairly quickly, Cashle does appear to be a pretty efficient and scam-free site.

Update – 2nd Feb 2014: in total, I’ve made roughly $45.00 on Cashle. I rarely use the site anymore.