Wah program reviews; legit or scam?

There have been so many Wah programs online through the years. All these programs are versions of each other.

In this review of Wah program,  I will list several of them as was advertised online and give you an overall description of this program.

 

Some know it as the wha program,  others as wah edu or WAHP. It’s all the same thing. 

PS. since I wrote this review, many more WAH programs have been release. Some of these are the computer Prowess, computer community program, online target program, online outcome program, computer initiative, computer everyday, computer entourage, computer expert, computer savvy and computer assurance. I have reviewed some of them but, it is hard to keep track of all these programs. You need to know that they are all the same scam (wolf in sheep clothing. Do not be fooled). Please be wise.

What I know about this program is that it keeps evolving as it is called many different names from time to time.

But there is a constant among all these Wah programs; they are advertised as the program that helped a mom make thousands online. 

This mom usually goes by many names; lately, she has been named Melissa Johnson.

This same ad has been running for years and every few days, they change the name of the program but every other thing on the page (story and testimonials) stay the same. 

The popular name they use for this program, the WAH program stands for the work at home program.

Below are four images of some of the latest WAH programs.

Things to note

They make it look like all of these programs are different and owned supposedly owned by different people but I know better.

Just because they changed the name of the owner and the name of the program does not make if different.

The names on the page are just aliases anyway and all these programs are owned by the same person who is currently unknown. 

When I started reviewing the Wah program, it was owned by Bobbie Robinson in 2016. There was a video of a young woman who claimed to have made so much money with this program that she was helping others do it too.

It turned out this was a scam and many people fell for it. These poor people spent the months after trying to get their money back to no avail. 

Then when things calmed down a little, they introduced the Robin Moore Wah program. This one was no different from the other one.

The owner changed supposedly, the images changed but the story never changed. This was early 2017 and thousands fell for it too.

After these two, there has been, the Robin Kate Moore Wah program, the Angela Bussio wah program and lately the Melissa Johnson Wah program

All of these programs have sold the same scheme to people for years. They have so many red flags. Below is a list of some of the prominent ones.

Red flags of the Wah Program

Fake news

The first thing to note about the Wah program and any other similar programs is, how they put in a lot of effort to make you feel like they have been featured on major TV networks like CNN, NBC, ABC and the likes, by displaying these logos boldly.

They know when you see this, you will think “if CNN approves this then it must be safe”. You couldn’t be further from the truth.

Just ask yourself this question “ how many times have you gone to a legit site and noticed that they were more interested in displaying the logo of others than theirs?”

Take big examples like Walmart and Amazon; if you go to their website, you won’t have any doubts it’s theirs because their logo is supreme not another person’s.

Desperate need to keep you on the page

The second red flag occurs when you try to leave the page. You get a pop up begging you to stay three or four times.

You are told how you will get a discount if you stay plus they have found so and so positions in your area.

They will remind you how this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and you need to hurry and commit to the program because positions are limited.

If you ask me, this is all bull poop!. If they are as popular as they say, and have made so much money with their program, why are they so desperate for your money?

They start by say it will cost $97 then they offer you discounts until it is $47; Weird. They claim that they will shut down the site once they have reach their target number.

But if you go online the next day or week, the story will be exactly the same. Positions never run out because they won’t stop trying to make money.

What they will do is change the name of the website, change its owner and make you feel like it is something new, when it is not.

Unrealistic promises

The very idea that you can make thousands of dollars just in a matter of days is a red flag on its own.

If you won the lottery or came to some inheritance yes but you will not make thousands of dollars in days posting links.

There are people online making thousands of dollars from online marketing but these people are experienced entrepreneurs who have put in so many hours and days to achieve this. It takes a lot of hard work and patience.

Link posting

This program is a link posting scam. They teach you to post fishy links on sites like Facebook, Google ads, twitter, pinterest and the likes.

These links are supposed to take people back to their website where they will tell them exactly what they told you and get them to post links too.

They know that it will take lots of links for them to make money as for every 100 people who visit their site, 2 will join the program. So they use people like you to do the dirty work for them.

By the time you realize this and back out, you would have posted many links for them and this will help them scam even more people.

Many people don’t go back to take down the links they posted and those who try do not succeed to take them all down.

When you join this program, you give them personal information which can be used for money.

They can sell your information to the best bidder and you will be swamped with junk mail and unnecessary phone calls.

What are you looking for; a job or a business opportunity?

There is a difference between these two categories.

A job online is like any traditional brick and mortar job where you put in an application, wait for interview and if hired perform a particular duty for pay. 

If you are looking for a job, read my post about the top 100 companies that offer legitimate telecommunication jobs.  You can also browse my website for other post related to this.

The other part is an online business opportunity. This is like a regular brick and mortar business where you aim at building a business online and go through all the stages like naming it, presenting it to the world and then making money.

The Wah program is a business opportunity, not a job. First it requires you to pay to participate; with jobs, the employer usually shoulders the hiring expenses.

Second, it states in their disclaimer that there is no guarantee that you will make money. This is only true for business opportunities.

If you came across the Wah program because you were looking for a business opportunity, you probably went to the wrong place.

You have a very low chance of succeeding with them because they teach you little or nothing about online marketing.

Is there another way to make money online legitimately?

Don’t lose hope, because there are so many scams out there. It does not mean there are no legitimate work from home businesses online. Actually, I am going to recommend wealthy affiliate for you.

Seeing how you have had experience with scams, it will be natural for you to be cautious. At wealthy affiliate you can do just that because they have a free starter membership you can use to test drive.

With this starter membership, you can get a feel for the program and if you like it, you can upgrade to premium which is $49 a month. If you don’t like it, you can leave on your own terms.

They will teach you a variety ( affiliate marketing, content marketing, email marketing, social marketing) of techniques to use online to make money. They also help streamline the process of starting a business by providing a platform to build a website like mine here.

More legit ways to make money online

Below is a list of 100 companies that offer work at home jobs. You can read reviews of each job by clicking on it.

  1. VIPKID
  2. Appen
  3. Conduent
  4. Rev
  5. Liveops
  6. TTEC
  7. Amazon
  8. SYKES
  9. Dell
  10. Working Solutions
  11. LanguageLine Solutions
  12. Kelly Services
  13. Intuit
  14. UnitedHealth Group
  15. Williams-Sonoma
  16. Convergys
  17. Aetna
  18. Cactus Communications
  19. Kaplan
  20. BroadPath Healthcare Solutions
  21. Hilton
  22. Commonwealth of Virginia
  23. Leidos
  24. Robert Half International
  25. K12
  26. Anthem, Inc.
  27. Salesforce
  28. ADP
  29. BCD Travel
  30. Humana
  31. Xerox
  32. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  33. SAP
  34. Connections Education
  35. PRA Health Sciences
  36. Appirio
  37. Sutherland
  38. VocoVision
  39. Vivint Smart Home
  40. CSRA
  41. Sodexo
  42. Wells Fargo
  43. AFIRM
  44. Grand Canyon University – GCU
  45. World Travel Holdings
  46. Nielsen
  47. Toyota
  48. PAREXEL
  49. VMware
  50. CyraCom
  51. Magellan Health
  52. nThrive
  53. First Data
  54. Teradata
  55. Carlson Wagonlit Travel
  56. Fiserv
  57. Haynes & Company
  58. Covance
  59. Cornerstone OnDemand
  60. Enterprise Holdings
  61. Edmentum
  62. A Place for Mom
  63. BELAY
  64. ACTIVE Network
  65. Gartner
  66. Worldpay
  67. Hibu
  68. TEKsystems
  69. The Hartford
  70. ServiceNow
  71. Adobe
  72. Real Staffing
  73. Western Governors University
  74. Alight Solutions
  75. McKesson Corporation
  76. American Express
  77. Direct Interactions
  78. Philips
  79. Crawford & Company
  80. Walden University
  81. WeightNot
  82. JPMorgan Chase
  83. Secureworks
  84. PPD – Pharmaceutical Product Development
  85. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  86. JLL – Jones Lang LaSalle
  87. State of Washington
  88. EXL
  89. Chamberlain University
  90. Cigna
  91. University System of Maryland – USM
  92. GreatAuPair
  93. CVS Health
  94. Merck
  95. Amgen
  96. Pearson
  97. IT Pros
  98. HD Supply
  99. State of Florida
  100. NCH Corporation

I bet you can find a work from home job you like from this list. Patiently go through and read their reviews and apply for a few of them.

8 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing this article on WAH program. I must commend your effort in putting this article together to share with us. There are many red flags about this program which shows that it is not worth wasting time upon. This is just like every other scam applications. First the name of owner was Bobble Robinson and later it changes to Robin Moore Wah program. This enough shows that they have no credibility. It is a no for me. Thanks for sharing this article. 

    1. You’re welcome, 

      I was scammed by this program so,  for me it is very personal. If I can help as many people as possible avoid it,  I will be happy.  They continuously change their tactics to throw people off.  I hope most people will do their due diligence and investigate about programs like this,  before joining.  As far as I am concerned,  the WAH program is one of the biggest scams online. 

  2. There are so many useful tips on this page that I had to bookmark in order to check back and gain extensively from the write-up. I also had a rough experience with WAH few months ago which made me conclude they are scammers. I however did not realize how often they change their name. I have not been able to find the particular version that I came across. I am lucky to have read reviews like yours that helped me realize before I had invested too much in them that it was all a scheme. Thanks for this eye opener, I hope newbies wont fall into this shit.

    1. From the time I wrote this review to now, they have changed their name more than a couple dozen times. They currently go by the computer results program, the technology advantage program and learning systems program. I have noticed how they choose names that are generic and thus difficult to investigate. If you try to search any of these programs online, you will get so many results but nothing about this program. This is how they get away with this. It is hard to keep up with them. 

  3. Hi Denise

    I am so glad there are people like you around who research these companies and provide us with reviews. 

    Through your experience you are in a position to warn us of the many different names this one company uses to scam people. 

    Although I do sometimes wonder how people can believe that making money online is as easy as posting links, it takes a lot of time and effort to make a successful business. 

    Thank you for the heads up on this obvious scam! 

    Debs

    1. Hi Debs, 

      Many people go online looking for ways to make money in desperate times.  Think people are so hopeful that they will believe the lies scams like the WAH program tell.  I tell people to have realistic expectations when they look for ways to make money online.  If anything sounds too good to be true,  it maybe a scam 

  4. Thanks Denise I was going to sign up to wah then I read the disclaimer and terms conditions. After that I just knew it was bs. I decided to google it and guess what u saved me a lot of time and effort. Also I don’t have to go out trying to hunt wah people to hurt them. I’m sure it’s just some person who deals wit the dark web that wants to make a couple extra bucks. I’m sure a special little spot is being reserved for those guys that make that u know where 😋

    1. No kidding,
      People like this definitely have a special place reserved for them lol. This Wah program comes in so many names. It is ridiculous what they claim you will make . People in hard times are easy prey. Hopefully, many more people will read between the lines before joining programs like this.

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