Thursday, September 23, 2010

Cash Gopher

How It Works
- You Download The Cash Gopher Software (it only takes a minute or two)
- Your Computer Works For You During Its Idle Time
- We Share Our Advertising Revenues With You
- The Gopher Pays You Cash Each Month Via Paypal
- Then... Refer Others & Make Even More Money!!!

What is CashGopher and how does it work?

CashGopher Wrote:
CashGopher is a website that empowers users to "let your computer work for you" and earn money by installing our downloadable software.
CashGopher is extremely simple to use. You download and install the software, use your computer as you normally would, and make money while doing nothing.
This probably sounds too good to be true, right? Well, here's the catch.
While your computer is otherwise idle, CashGopher will at times perform various online "chores" and send the results of those chores back to the "Mother Gopher", if you will. Think of the Mother Gopher as a huge computer that stores the results of all the chores performed by all of the CashGophers running around the world.
Companies are willing to pay us for the right to harness the vast computing power that CashGopher provides, and we, in turn, pay a portion of that money to each of you.

Are you starting to see how this could work???
In addition, advertisers are willing to pay us for the right to serve targeted advertisements to everybody who's running the CashGopher software. You see advertisements all the time while browsing the internet, right? Websites make billions of dollars a year serving you advertisements, and you get nothing in return. We figured you might want a piece of that pie. So we, in turn, pay a portion of our advertising revenues back to you.

All of your earnings are collected in your CashGopher account. In general, the more you leave your computer powered on and hooked up to the internet (the CashGopher needs to talk to the Mother Gopher, after all) and the more you use the internet yourself, the more money you will see accumulate in your CashGopher account. Simply login at with your email address and password that you chose upon installation to see your earnings.
Once you have accumulated at least $10 in your CashGopher account, you are eligible to receive your account balance paid out via Paypal.
It's that simple!

Will the CashGopher chores slow down my computer?

CashGopher Wrote:
Since CashGopher chores are only performed when your computer is otherwise idle but still connected to the internet, you shouldn't notice any difference whatsoever. If you notice any issues, please report them to us in our Help section. It's also easy to uninstall CashGopher via your computer's control panel if you no longer want it installed.

Exactly what kind of "chores" will CashGopher be using my computer to perform? Anything illegal?

CashGopher Wrote:
Of course not!
The actual chores being performed will depend on many factors including each user's geographical location, processing power and internet connection speed, time of day, and demand from our clients. One example is called "website uptime monitoring." Many webmasters like to know if their websites are accessible from different parts of the world at any given time. The distributed computing power of CashGopher make projects like this possible.

Can I install this on multiple computers to make even more money?


  1. I thought about it - but the turn over is a little too... little!

    Would it be possible to run multiple instances of the software on one machine - within virtual machines?

    Check out both my blogs - Both are worthy!

  2. sounds interesting... not sure ill use it though thanks anyway

  3. Looks interesting. I have a system that idles 24/7. I'll install this now!

  4. interesting, thanks for the info man

  5. Two bucks in a month, though. :\

  6. Two bucks a month is not even worth thinking about...

  7. i wish i could run this, oh well, check out my blog

  8. I'll give it a whirl.

  9. holy pop ups! four from one page? it's a bit of overkill

  10. How much CPU power / bandwidth does it take? Is it a spam bot, a distributed processing app, or a spider?

    'hunter time' is right, seems too easy. You can follow my blog for some more practical personal finance advice (along with other random crap) if you want. No offense, but it looks like you need it.

  11. come over, man. We gotta celebrate! =D


  12. Yeah i bet it works just as "well" as the rest of them

  13. gotts look into this, is this google cool with this? and is there a way to follow you?

  14. Interesting, i'll give it a try

  15. pretty interesting, but I am skeptical