There are services that sound and do good from the start, there are those that create mixed feelings within the customer or user community, and then there are those that don’t sound, operate or function well in 99% of situations.
Unfortunately, Venium seems to be one of these companies that provide their users with one of these services.
In today’s Venium review, you’ll get an insight into what this really means and why this company has the negative reputation that follows it constantly.
If you’d like to see what a totally opposite company from Venium is, you should most definitely check out Upleap. All the necessary information regarding this company and its service can be found in my detailed Upleap review that you can check out by clicking here and reading all there is on the topic.
On a related note, I’ve also made a list of things I would change if I was ever in charge of Venium or a company similar to it since people don’t seem to realize there are things that need to be improved and it’s easier to do than it seems.
Also, I think it’s quite important for all of you to understand the reasons why I have developed this kind of disliking towards Venium.
I’ve collected all the information possible in order for you to get the full picture, and that’ll help you form an unbiased opinion on the subject since my disliking of this company doesn’t mean that you automatically have to dislike it just because of that.
There are some companies that I don’t have such a strong negative feeling about, and you can find them by browsing through here:
|Instagram Service||Average User Rating||Pricing|
Is Venium A Scam?
From the introductory part of this article, some of you might come to a conclusion that I’ll say all the worst about Venium, its service, and the customers’ experience that I’ve come into contact with.
Does this necessarily mean that I’ll call Venum a scam company, or their employees scammers?
No, not necessarily. But, there are things that might indicate there have been some things similar to scamming going on.
I have been able to get my hands on a single review on Trustpilot, and it seems that that’s where the reviews end.
Regardless of that, let’s take a look at that comment:
As you can see, the word that has been heavily used in this short review is “scam”. Well, the only problem is that this person didn’t mention much besides that and did not state the reason why they’re calling Venium a bunch of scammers.
I can make some assumptions about why this attribute has been used, and there are really three possible options:
- They didn’t receive the service they paid for
- They received the service but it quickly went away (followers dropped)
- A negative experience with the customer support team
Any of these have their characteristic set of things that are wrong with them, and none of them should be taken lightly.
Just imagine something like that happened to you. Would you like people taking it lightly? I assume not.
So, if someone feels that they have been scammed by the people from Venium or from just using their services without anything going wrong per se, who are we to judge?
In addition, feeling scammed is something that’s an individual feeling. Something that might make me feel scammed may not necessarily make some of you feel the same way as I did.
Is Venium Legit?
The same thing goes for legitness. It is also individual. Does being legit mean that you only deliver on your promise and provide your users and customers with the things you promised them?
Or is it maybe legitimizing the whole company, making the customer support team extremely professional, providing your potential users with a free sample of your service, etc…
For me personally, the answer is B. The whole company needs to be legit in order for me to perceive it as that.
Sadly, Venium seems not to fit under that category for all I know.
Their customer support service is not something that should be bragged about. Don’t get me wrong, the design of their whole website including the customer support page looks good, but this isn’t all that matters.
Seeing this customer support page, you might think that’s a place where you could find help, but is that really true?
There’s no real way to find out the answer to this question, but there are some indicators if this website is trustworthy or not as a whole (including the customer support page).
One of the websites that might show you how trustworthy a website is or isn’t is the official Scamadviser website.
I went ahead and searched this website for information regarding Venium and its service, and I’ve found some concerning pieces of information.
Take a look:
This is quite concerning, to say the least.
The fact that the overall Trustscore for this website is 1% is an alarming fact. It can’t go lower than that, so it means the Trustscore is the lowest possible.
For a company to have such a low Trustscore, there needs to be something seriously wrong with the way they go about their business, since there are almost no reviews on Sitejabber and Trustpilot, which are the websites with the biggest number of reviews when it comes to companies in this niche.
Let’s see what has Scamadviser stated as reasons for giving Venium such a low Trustscore:
When you see this, things are starting to get clearer. You can neglect the last thing that has been stated as a reason for the low Trustscore.
I don’t think it’s a bad thing that this website sells social media followers or likes, but all the other facts really make it clear why the Trustscore is so low.
Venium Review – My Final Words
Having all things I’ve stated above in mind, it’s time to reach the final verdict.
I’ve said a lot of things, and before you jump to any conclusions, let’s take a look at a table I’ve made that accurately depicts all the major pros and cons of this company and its service:
|A nice-looking webpage design||Shady customer support service|
|No indication of positive customer experience
|The owner is unknown|
It’s more than evident that this company doesn’t have much to offer to anyone who’s considering using their services or anything they offer.
My personal advice is to get as far away as possible from them and to search for an alternative that will at least have some pros to counter the cons of that company.
This has ended up as a one-sided review, but that’s solely because this is a one-sided company that doesn’t take care of its customers at all.
Keep this in mind going forward, since all of these companies require you to spend your hard-earned money, and that’s not an easy thing to do.