Digital Cash Course Review – I’m Seeing Double!
Name: Digital Cash Course
I believe that Digital Cash Course is a scam. After I attempted to register with the site, I was bombarded with spam emails attempting to sell more things to me. I felt the need to review this site for reasons that I will cover. Read on!
You may have noticed that I used the word “attempted.” I normally register with every site that I review, so that I can give a thorough analysis. However, I was denied access to Digital Cash Course. I believe this is because the site is targeting the Indian market. I do not have an Indian address. This review will be short, as I can not include all of the information that I normally do about a program.
The reason I went ahead and wrote this post was because the sign up page at Digital Cash Course is pretty similar to the sign up page of my #1 recommendation. They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Well DCC is stealing the image of a really good program for a reason. They want to be just as trusted. Unfortunately, from what I have found out about them, the similarities end at the sign up page.
On one hand, it says a lot about Wealthy Affiliate that people are beginning to copy it’s image. On the other hand, it speaks very negatively of DCC. They are so unoriginal that they have to steal another program’s image. Think about it. This is a program that is supposed to teach you how to be successful online, and they can’t even come up with their own original homepage. Tisk tisk.
What Makes Digital Cash Course a Scam?
Even though I wasn’t able to sign up for this program, I can still tell that it is a blatant scam. How? Well I did enter my email address when I was trying to sign up. After my failed attempt I received a lot of spam emails. I have a list of criteria that qualify a program as a scam. These spam emails hit on almost every single indication of a scam.
- “Limited Space Available” – When a company tells you this, they are hoping you will act quick and give them money without performing your due diligence.
- They used completely fake news releases. Sometimes companies will include a real news piece regarding how much money can be made with Internet Marketing, but it never has any connection with their program at all. Fake news releases are put in place to sell you on the dream, not the details of the program. Again, they are hoping this will entice you to buy without doing your own research.
- Fake Paypal statements. I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: This is the age of photoshop, do not trust pictures of bank statements or checks. Never trust a program that boasts about the money you can make with them. This is just another sales tactic. A good program sells itself because it has the information you need to make money.
In one email I was told that this is a 3 month course. In those 3 months you will receive no training, no website, no tools, and no hosting. I guess you get nothing.
The Final Word…
This is an open-and-shut case. Digital Cash Course is a scam. The emails alone told me all I needed to know about the “program.” I use that term loosely, as they were not actually giving you anything for your money.
Check out my review of the site that Digital Cash Course stole the image of. They stole this image because Wealthy Affiliate, is a well respected educational resource within the Internet Marketing industry.
Do you have any questions or feedback regarding Digital Cash Course? Leave it in a comment below!