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Is The Voice Cash Pro A Scam? — 10 Comments

  1. I saw the earnings they claim you cn make, and I already knew to left this program, and never to start with it. Seriously, that people still fall into these kind of traps, it breaks my mind. It is so clear this can’t be done, in such a short time and even after ages, it is hard to achieve it. Thanks for this article, and as I said, I will never try it. 

    • Thanks very much for commenting on my blog post and I am glad that you will never fall for such scams Emmanuel. Yes, unfortunately people a still falling into these sorts of scammers’ traps.

      I wish you the very best for your projects.


  2. Wow, you certainly did you research here with this company. You even Googled the owner and found her to be a stock photo. The fake recommendations bought from Fiver were the no go point for me as if there aren’t any genuine reviews then obviously you can’t trust the program. 

    Even if it is only $37, I can think of way better ways to spend this money. Advertising is one of them. I am sure I would never do the voice-over thing anyway, and to do this I think you should also possess some degree of natural talent.

    • Quite right Michel, to be able to do some good quality voice over you definitely need to first have the skill, then practice it. It is not a $37 course that will teach you that in a few days.

      Thanks for your input and I wish you the very best for your projects.


  3. I personally found your article so amusing!  Interesting to read and generally made me laugh!  There are so many red flags on that site that it couldnt be anything other than a scam.  However, I am sure someone must fall for it if still continues to be online.
    Are there any things or criteria you look for to see if a website is legitimate?  Obviously, you have pointed out stuff that are red flags by what would make you actually spend money on something?

    • The best thing is to do a lot of research before getting yourself involved, forums are usually a good place. Then trust the old saying: “If it’s too good to be true, then it probably is”. After that, if you think it may be safe, and if they offer a free trial, take it.

      I wish you the very best,


  4. Great review on Voice Cash Pro! Right away I can see that this product is one to avoid, so I appreciate that input. It’s good to know that I’ll need more training than what Monica provides if I want to become successful. $37 is not so bad though if it’s worth a shot. To me the product seems a little shady. You’ve referenced a much better product in Wealthy Affiliate. Do you have a post on your Fiverr experience? Thank you!

    • Thanks very much for taking the time to read my “Is The Voice Cash Pro A Scam?” review and for your most precious comment. I am glad that you also like my article on Wealthy Affiliate. It certainly is a better product to go for.

      Indeed, I have written a review and my own experience with Fiverr. When you read it, please let me know what you feelings are about it, okay?

      I wish you the very best and I look forward to your future visits.


  5. The sales video for Voice Cash Pro makes this product look like a scam because it makes this look like an easy way to make a lot of money online. Deceit is been used to convince people  to purchase this product because that’s the way to make customers feel ripped off or disappointed. This is not recommended by me in any way. Thanks for bringing this to my knowledge.

    • Thanks for commenting on my scam review of the “Voice Cash Pro” program Seun. I am glad that you found my article helpful and I look forward to seeing you on my blog often as your comments are always appreciated.

      Take care and have a great day.


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