Are you looking to make extra money online by doing some freelance work? Have you ever thought of being a voiceover artist? If you have, then you’ve most likely heard of the Voice Cash Pro product from Clickbank.
I’m so happy to see you here today, to read the Voice Cash Pro review that I’ve written for you. It shows me that you’re the kind of person who researches a product before jumping in. And that’s a good thing! No one wants to waste their money on a scam, right?
I’ll show you what this product is and how it works, from the inside, so that you can make an informed decision on whether this product is for you.
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What Is The Voice Cash Pro?
The Voice Cash Pro System provides training material for you to learn how to become a voiceover artist. And a voiceover artist is someone who advertises themselves as such and takes jobs to read scripts for sales videos and the like.
The product sales video is narrated by Monica White.
Voice Cash Pro – $37
- A 30-Day training program, broken down into three segments with PDF’s, an Mp3, and podcasts.
- PDF’s are:
- Important Tips Before You Start Voiceover – 4 pages (of information)
- Essential Voice Over Tools To Get Started – 14 pages
- The Best Social Media Voiceover Gigs – 11 pages
- The Best Websites For Voiceover Gigs – 21 pages
- This next material was added to their new January 2019 product launch
- PDF – Tips To Negotiate The Highest Voiceover Rate
- Mp3 – The Art & Science Of Getting High Paying Clients
- Link to “The Earl Hall Studio Audio Experience” – The Leading Edge of Voiceover – 27 podcasts
- Link to free download for Audacity Audio Software
- A video describing Audacity basics
- Email support
- New resources to be added every month
- Link to another product on Clickbank (nothing to do with Voice Cash Pro)
Voice Profits Insider – $47, downsell $27
Get Out Of Debt Club – $97
Be very careful when clicking on links for the upsells. You’re not given the option to confirm but immediately charged to your credit card.
Who Is It For?
Voice Cash Pro is for anyone who wishes to work freelance as a voiceover artist. Though much of the material is free online, the creator of this program has compiled everything together in one location to make things easier for you.
For $37, it might be worth it for you to have it put together for you, but be aware that you will be pressured to purchase the upsells.
I didn’t buy any upsells, so I honestly can’t tell you what’s in them. I’ve researched online and could find no one who’s said they’ve used them.
Please know that there’s no way you can make the kind of money they are reporting in the sales video. At least not for a time, anyway. If you become well-known and have a strong portfolio of recommendations, then yes, there’s money to be made in this industry.
How Does It Work?
Unless you frequent Clickbank, you most likely received an email advertising this product. When clicking on the link, you’ll be brought to the video sales page. You can also click on a link to view it in text if you prefer.
The Voice Cash Pro sales video is lengthy and has all the typical marketing tactics you would expect from this type of video. The narrator, Monica White, is of course fake. This is ironic considering she herself is a voiceover artist, LOL.
There’s no way to confirm who the actual owner is, but I have my suspicions. The link to the non-related product, that’s included on the platform, is to The Membership Method, another Clickbank product.
This is owned by Chris Luck, who’s been online for many years and has created many products for Clickbank.
So why wouldn’t he show himself on Voice Cash Pro?
The Video has the typical sob story with a miracle ending, haha. This one was quite elaborate! And of course, you can’t forget the outrageous income claims.
The testimonies are also fake, and this is how I know…
You’ll find that this actor also provides a testimonial for Kindle Sniper and many more products. He’s obviously a busy actor, haha.
Though all of these tactics are just marketing gimmicks to try to convince you to purchase, and over the top in my mind, the product itself is OK. It could help someone get started as a voiceover actress.
The one thing it won’t do for you is make the kind of money it claims!
Once you’ve paid the $37, you have access to the member area. This is simply a page with links to each PDF and Mp3.
The training PDF’s are easy reads and covers a variety of topics.
- The first one is a brief introduction to setting up your terms and conditions of employment.
- The second is a list of tools you would need like a computer or laptop, microphone, headphones, etc. as well as a list of software available for every budget.
- The third PDF will show you how to find clients on Linkedin, YouTube, Everything Gutter, Google, and Twitter.
- The fourth shows you different freelance websites where you can advertise. For instance, Fiverr is a big company offering many types of freelance work. Other companies are Upwork and VoiceBunny.
- The fifth and final PDF gives you some advice about how you can negotiate the highest rates for your services.
The Mp3 is only 9 to10 minutes long and talks about how to find high paying clients. This is fine if you have experience. It won’t work well for beginners with no experience or portfolio showing completed work.
The software link they provide you is to the Audacity Audio website. This is a free download which is great if you’re on a tight budget. You can download to Windows or Mac, and the website has a large database of how-to instructions.
And finally the link to the Anchor website where you have access to many podcasts created by Earl Hall. His podcasts started on March 26th, 2018, and there haven’t been any additions since Sept. 18, 2018. You can find him online on various platforms with podcasts on other topics.
The support offered is via email, so this could get frustrating while you wait.
Then there’s a random link to another product that has nothing to do with voiceovers, LOL. But like I said above, it could be a way for the owner to sell an additional product.
I haven’t reviewed The Membership Method yet, but I will. You can look for it in the near future, OK?
- 60 Day refund policy with Clickbank
- Low entry cost
- Free audio software link
- Hidden upsells
- False income claims
- Unknown owner
Final Thoughts And Recommendations
Not being a voiceover artist myself, I have no idea if the industry changes from year to year. I suspect it doesn’t involve major changes. The reason I say this is that I’m always looking to see if products are being updated from year to year. And I haven’t seen any sign that this product has.
From what I’ve read, it all sounds a little disjointed. I suspect the information has been pulled from PLR’s and other sites, rather than it being originally written. Again, that doesn’t mean it won’t help you. It’s just a little shady of the owner to do this.
Is Voice Cash Pro a scam? No Would I recommend it? Yes, but don’t believe the income claims!
When I researched this product online, I came across many negative reviews and some very positive ones. I think the negative reviews are because these people haven’t actually seen it and are only judging it by the sales video.
I have to admit, if I only watched the video and read the income claims, I’d be negative too. When you’ve had any online marketing experience, as I have, you can immediately spot all the lies and gimmicks.
And the positive reviews are the product’s affiliates, who are just trying to push the product.
It’s a shame the owner went to such lengths with this video. The product isn’t half bad, but you’d never know if you didn’t purchase it, lol.
If you feel $37 is worth having this information in one place, then go for it. If not, you can certainly do some online research and find all the same information for free. It will just take a little longer.
So you know in advance, some resources are simply links to free software and podcasts…
- Audacity is the audio software, and it’s free to download.
- Earl Hall’s podcasts are available for anyone to listen to.
I hope this helped you make an informed decision today.
Are you truly wanting to create a freelance business? Can I make another suggestion to you?
Anyone who wants to build a business needs to look professional right? And the best way to do this is to have your own website. When you have a website, you have the means to display examples of your work, your rate schedule, past work completed with client referrals, etc.
And if you’re worried about creating a website, don’t be. It’s easier than you could ever imagine. The technology these days takes only minutes for you to set up. Really!
Take a peek at the video below. It was created by my friend Leo, who has his business on the same platform as I do…
How cool is that? A website, up and running in 30 seconds!
This platform offers you so much. Not only how to create an online business but also many strategies to draw traffic to your website. Here are some very effective and free ways you can attract clients to your website:
Imagine, instead of you going out in search of clients, they’ll come to you!
And don’t worry if you have a tight budget. They offer a free starter membership with no strings attached. That’s right! You don’t even have to enter your credit card information. All you need is your name and email address. The hardest part is coming up with a username, LOL.
Once your inside, you are provided with a free website and hosting. Isn’t that great? And level one of the certification course to teach you all you need to know to build up your business.
I truly hope you take me up on my recommendation. It won’t cost you a penny, and you can create a professional website to promote your new business. You’ll be that much farther ahead than your competition. Anyone else purchasing the Voice Cash Pro system will just be creating ads for themselves.
When you join, I’ll meet you on the inside, to greet you, and you’ll have my help as long as you need me. Click on the picture below to read all about it.
Have you purchased Voice Cash Pro? What did you think about it? I’d love to hear from you. And if you have any more questions, please leave them below. I’ll get right back to you.