Updated October 15, 2019
IMPORTANT UPDATE JUNE 15, 2020
This Program No Longer Exists On Clickbank – Yay!
I am pleased to inform you that this crummy product that I did not recommend, is no longer available on Clickbank. I cannot find the former website for this program either.
Sometimes though, these products come back with a new name and it is still the same junk, slightly rehashed, so for this reason I am leaving this review up. I can then let you know right here if it comes back.
Congratulations on finding your way here to my Voice Cash Pro Review.
Our goal at Create Retirement Income Online is to give you realistic, unbiased reviews of the online products we research for you so as to help you decide whether a product is legitimate and real or if it is something that doesn’t live up to the hype and that you should avoid.
I have experience working as a voice-over actor and I also worked as an assistant to my Agent at a successful talent agency, so I can spot when a product looks like something real or if it is just another scam out there trying to get your money and not offering much in return.
What is Voice Cash Pro?
Voice Cash Pro is a system that claims to be the most reliable, easiest, and fastest way to make money online with your voice.
This is a 30-day course and is presented in the form of 5 ebooks, an Mp3, and podcasts.
Who is it For?
It is for anyone who wants to start generating some income online in the voice-over profession with zero previous experience.
Brief Details and Price
Name: Voice Cash Pro
Owner: Monica White
Price: $37.00 + Upsell
Upsells: Voice Profit Insider – $47.00
Get out of Debt Club – $97.00
Warning: Be very cautious when clicking on one of the upsells as your credit card will be billed without a confirmation from you.
Guarantee: 60-day money-back guarantee from Clickbank
Overall Rating (out of 10): 3.5
Review of Voice Cash Pro
I have to say that the moment I started reading the pitch about this product, I was filled with doubt because it really has some outrageous claims.
The very first testimonial tells us that this young lady made $9,800 in her first month, with no previous experience! The second testimonial is someone who claims to have made $150,000 in the first six months, using this program. Later on, in the sales pitch, I find yet another testimonial from someone who claims to have made $93,000 in 7 months.
Well, I did some research and discovered that at least two of these people are paid spokespersons who sell their services on Fiverr.
So, right away I am a little skeptical about this product because of the paid testimonials.
However, you should be in no doubt that paid spokespersons are used constantly in advertising and that doesn’t necessarily mean a product is bad because it could still have valuable information, so we need to explore further.
What concerns me more is that the owner, Monica White, is nowhere to be seen in the sales pitch of this product, nor do we have any contact information for her which also makes me suspicious. If you were as thrilled about promoting your product as she appears to be, then you would come across as more genuine if you included at least a photo of yourself. This adds trust. However, there is no image of her. This makes me wonder if she is even a real person at all.
We are subject to a long, drawn-out personal story about Monica and how her husband had job difficulties and left her for another woman. She then sunk into the depths of despair and worried about how she would provide for herself and her son.
Then, she runs into a friend who she was avoiding because she didn’t want her to know about her financial difficulties. Her friend goes on to say how she discovered a 3 step system and shared ‘secret websites’ with her to help her start making money online with her voice.
So, she takes her friend’s advice, goes home, looks at one of the websites her friend recommended, submits her voice on a project, and a couple of hours later miraculously makes $450, all on the same day.
This whole saga reads like a soap opera script to me and is very melodramatic.
Now, I am not saying you cannot make good money by doing voice-over work from home. This is potentially a very lucrative profession, but in order to rake in the huge sums that Monica White refers to, you must first learn the basics, work hard and practice, then build a reputation, which does not happen overnight.
To continue, the whole make money with your voice process is simplified, according to Monica, in 3 easy steps:
- Step #1 – Set everything up by following step-by-step instructions
- Step #2 – Spend about 1-2 hours a day on your laptop or mobile phone
- Step #3 – Sit back as you start receiving online payments
The course is broken down as follows: To be completed in 30 days and divided in 3 segments:
Important tips before you start voice-over. This is 4 pages long and gives you the basics such as setting your terms and conditions for your work and how jobs often happen last minute and you need to be ready to act quickly and charge accordingly.
It also discusses the essential voice-over tools to get started such as a good quality microphone, PC or Laptop, headphones or earbuds, a microphone stand, and recording software.
The Best Social Media Voice Over Gigs. They go through things like how to create a professional profile on platforms such as Linkedin, how to look for potential jobs on YouTube (videos that would benefit from voice-over to enhance them) and how to reach out to YouTubers to offer your services.
It also tells you how to find work on Twitter using the advanced search page and finding a phrase that goes along with your ‘niche’ (or specialty) of voice-over, such as audiobook narrator.
The Best Website for Voice-Over Gigs. Here they will tell you about websites such as Fiverr. Remember those testimonial voice actors? Fiverr is a good resource but you can refuse to do fake testimonials should you decide to create a profile with them. Another company called Bodalgo is also listed which you can sign up with to market your voice talent.
Negotiate the highest Voice-over rate. This section contains information on how to negotiate the highest rates for yourself and how to get higher-paying clients. Additionally, there are a series of podcasts by Earl Hall who is a voice professional in his own right.
Lastly, there is a PDF on the recommended software for doing voice work which is Audacity and which is available for free. I have used this software program myself for voice work and it’s pretty good.
They also tell you that you will receive new resources every month.
Voice Cash Pro also has a support email to contact should you have any questions or issues.
Pros and Cons
- Legitimate profession
- Low cost
- New resources are added monthly
- Money-back guarantee
- Exaggerated income claims
- Hard work needed to succeed
- Mysterious owner
Final Thoughts on Voice Cash Pro
It is true that you can make good, even great money doing voice work. But the claims made by Monica White, in her program Voice Cash Pro, are highly exaggerated. Also, because we do not see an image of her anywhere it makes me even wonder if she exists at all.
The thing is, Voice Cash Pro doesn’t actually teach you how to do voice work. The claim is that you can get started with no previous experience and begin to make money in this industry. If that was the case, we would all be doing this and raking in tons of money every day! I know I sure would!
I can’t call this product a scam because I don’t believe that it is. I just don’t think you gain much for the money that you couldn’t find elsewhere. I have written a helpful article called Voice over work from home – how to get started which will give you some more realistic and useful ideas.
The point is, you are not going to land voice-over jobs if you don’t have some kind of basic training. It is true that if you have a unique or unusual voice you may do very well with voice work. But you still need to have some knowledge before you start trying to market yourself, even at the most basic level.
These exaggerated claims of thousands and thousands with no experience just don’t ring true to me. Spending 1-2 hours a day on your laptop or mobile phone will not make you tons of cash in a few short months of that I am sure.
There is another product I reviewed recently which I believe is a much better way for you to get started in the voice-over industry. You can read my review of it here.
Therefore, though I don’t think it is a scam, I don’t rate Voice Cash Pro very highly and I would not recommend you purchase it. However, if you want to check it out, you can do so HERE.
If you are undecided as to whether voice-over work is right for you, I also have other ideas for you to generate some income for yourself online in my article Money Making Ideas for Retirees.
Philip and I take a different approach to making money online. If you would like to know more about it, read this.
Thank you for taking the time to read this review and I hope it was helpful. Whatever you decide to do, feel free to reach out to me in the comments area. I would love to review any other products you may have seen or have questions about.