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Crop Master – Merge Crop: Reviews – Is It a Scam or Legit?

Crop Master – Merge Crop is a new match-three game for the iOS and Android platforms where you merge fruits and vegetables together in order to make new higher-level fruits and vegetables. You can keep merging crops for as long as you want to, with a nearly unlimited amount of levels that you can gain.

The draw of a simple game like this is that there are many advertisements claiming that you can actually earn money in real life by playing this game. Simply make it to the point of being able to cash out and you will be able to get money deposited into your account.

With claims like these being made in the advertisements, of course, many people are wondering if this game is a scam or if it’s legitimate, and whether or not you can actually earn money. Has anybody cashed out yet, and is there proof of payment?

The method of gameplay in this game, of course, it’s very simple. All that you have to do is merge fruit together in order to make new kinds of fruits. If you merge three fruit together that are level 1, then you get a new fruit that is level 2, and so on and so forth throughout higher and higher levels.

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As you merge fruit together, you will earn coins, which can then be spent in the shop in the game. These coins can then be spent on power ups such as reversing one move, or using the bomb to target a specific piece to get it out of the way so that you have a chance at making a combo if you’re stuck.

Occasionally, when you make a combo, other combos will follow it due to pieces dropping correctly and making new merges. When you get a chain of merges, you create a chain reaction, and when that chain reaction is long enough, you will earn bonus coins.

When you get this bonus, you will also be able to watch an advertisement video if you choose in order to double your coin bonus. Each advertisement video takes between 30 and 45 seconds to complete. You have to have a strong internet connection in order to be able to watch these videos.

When you’re playing, you can tap on the question mark menu in order to get a reminder of how to play. You can also tap on the settings cog in order to change various settings, such as the volume of the music and the background noise.

When you close out the game and then start it back up again, you will be able to either start a new game or continue the game that you left off from. The only reason that you should ever start a new game is if you’re stuck in the game that you were playing before and you decided to close out the app.

Many of the reviews that get left in the App Store or in the Google Play Store show confusion as to how to cash out and get your money. Even though the advertisements make it look like you can earn money, none of the reviews come from anybody who has actually gotten paid.

Out of the positive reviews that show up in the store, they tend to be one of two categories. The first category is people who have only just downloaded the game and have not had a chance to attempt to cash out yet, but are excited because they see a large amount of money piling up.

The second category is scam reviews that have been put in place by the developer or by bought not the developer paid for. Typically, the user names will be generic, and some of the reviews will even share text with other reviews of the same game.

On top of that, we have not discovered any actual methods to get paid within the game. The advertisements show something different than what’s actually in the game. From the sound of the reviews, there used to be money and a payment method advertised within the game, but they got removed by a secret update at some point.

What that means is that the advertisements are a scam. The game itself is simply a fun way to kill time by matching fruit together, without the kind of intrusive advertisements that you might see within other games of a similar genre. However, there is not an actual way to make money by playing the game, despite what the advertisements tell you.

Should you still download the game? If you want to have fun playing a simple matching game, then yes. If you are actually looking to win money in real life, then you might want to steer clear of this one.

Jennifer

Wednesday 10th of August 2022

I've personally play this game more than 125 times still waiting to cash out my first one it's been at 275 in the queue I think this game is a scam been waiting over 2 weeks for my first payment I'll let you guys know if I ever receive it don't waste your time

Sam

Tuesday 2nd of August 2022

This is an update to my comments on July 17, 2022 at 07:58 PM. This game is so simple and a little bit fun that I play it while watching TV or listening to the news. While they do have all my PayPal info, I have yet to receive a payment. I truly thought (my first mistake ;-D) that after the countdown, if this was not a scam, I would find the money in my PayPal account. Then, in the update window for my first winnings of $333., I get the message: "Progressing, there are 170 players in front [of you]--this was down from over 2000 players a few days ago. Now I have $3900 (11 cashouts) that the cue is 170-888 and another $1558. (3 cashouts) waiting for 1500-2093 players in front of me, and another $2287 (8 cashouts) waiting on countdowns from 8 hours to 2 days to 6 days and everything in between. My last cashout of $504. is waiting for me to play and watch 30 ads to "approve order." I will do that tonight and then I am stopping until I get paid or the countdown ends and I don't get paid.

That said, I noticed the countdown of players in front of me has gone from getting 200-250 players closer (i.e. 2225 players in front to 2000) overnight to just 1 player last night (i.e. 171 to 170). IF this is not a scam, I think the reason they do this is to spread out the money as they get paid by their advertisers. BTW the advertisers are mostly asking you to download more games (DO NOT DO THIS)--just let the ads run and then close them. HOWEVER, they also have some very legit ads like Febreze, Allstate, and other real businesses. This gives me hope for two reasons: 1.) It could mean they are a legit game and 2.) If they aren't, the way to complain about them is by letting those legit ads what the game is doing thereby putting pressure on them to do the right thing and pay their players.

At this point, I will be so happy if they do pay. However, I know it will still be a while before I will know if this is a scam or not--I am thinking it is and hoping it is not.

One last thing--about the "gifts"...it is SO confusing, I am not sure how they work. I've looked around and read whatever I could find to help me understand. The one explanation I found is gibberish and has a lot of typos, made no guarantees after it said it was from a third party--not helpful, not even a little bit. Still, with my eyes wide open I will at some point try to "buy" something with my coins.

I hope this was helpful--I will update when and if I do get paid.

Tonya

Monday 1st of August 2022

Crop master is a scam played it until I got 300 it wouldn’t let me cash out, it said like 1500 in cue that was over a month ago and it still on 151.

Javonna N Moore

Sunday 31st of July 2022

Dang reading these comments I'm like damn it all fake it allowed me to think I would receive 700 and some in 3 days smh

Semba

Saturday 30th of July 2022

This game is a scam, I started playing it a few months ago, I managed to win $300, but they never deposited me (it's been way over 15 working days), I'm also 1 point away from winning any of the prizes, but now only the hammer *5 (which I don't even know what it's for), as I said, definitely it's a scam