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Cash on Demand Review

April 16, 2014
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To allow us to carry out a Cash on Demand review to see exactly what was involved in Andrew Reynolds monthly home study course we sent away for the Cash on Demand free trial package which Andrew Reynolds offers potential new students. For anybody not familiar with Andrew Reynolds he is one of the U.K.’s most successful homebased business entrepreneurs and now teaches and coaches other people through his Cash on Demand course.

Our Cash on Demand free trial package arrived and contained not only a thick Cash on Demand 2.0 introductory module but also a printed 1 to 1 consultation certificate which it seems entitles us to a 1hr consultation directly with Andrew Reynolds himself. The Cash on Demand review free trial package also included a welcome audio CD which gave us a little background into what the course was going to cover over the coming months and what we would get for our subscription of £29.95 a month.

The main part of our Cash on Demand though centred around the 3 feature length DVD’s which were included in the free trial Cash on Demand review package. The first DVD was called the millionaires secret. On this feature length DVD we followed Andrew Reynolds on a journey back to the townships of Cape Town South Africa where he had visited a few months before. On his previous trip we had seen Andrew Reynolds visiting a number of people within the community and in several cases offering financial help to allow them to proceed with particular projects. The Cash on Demand review team for example saw Andrew Reynolds meeting a lady called Rosie who was running a 7 day per week soup kitchen for young children in her area. As Rosie put it on the Cash on Demand review DVD “we were running out of funding and I had to turn little children away. How can you tell the little child that there is no food today because you have no food?”  In a very moving piece on the Cash on Demand review DVD we saw Andrew agreeing to fund the soup kitchen for years to come so that Rosie could keep feeding the 400 + young children that she feeds 3 meals a day.  On the Cash on Demand DVD we also see Andrew returning a few months later to discuss progress with Rosie and also to look at the possibility of Andrew funding some computers so that she can help to teach young people in the townships how to use computers.

The 2nd Cash on Demand review DVD that we watched featured something entirely different. Andrew Reynolds was approached by a TV reporter and challenged to make £500,000 in less than a week using his Cash on Demand system. Andrew Reynolds agreed that the reporter and his film crew could follow Andrew around for the week to see the Cash on Demand system in action and to watch as Andrew went about the business of running his Cash on Demand business and trying to meet the challenge. On the DVD as part of our Cash on Demand review we watched as Andrew Reynolds showed the reporter the types of products which are sold in a  Cash on Demand style business. We also saw live on DVD moments when Andrew opened his laptop in a number of different locations around the country and was able to show the reporter the money coming in day by day. This Cash on Demand review DVD culminated in a team of independent auditors going through the weeks figures and confirming live on camera that indeed Andrew Reynolds had met the challenge and had pulled in over £500,000 in less than a week.

The 3rd Cash on Demand review DVD that we looked at was filmed during a Cash on Demand bootcamp which Andrew Reynolds organised to raise some money for one of his charities. Live on stage at the O2 Andrew Reynolds presented the Make a Wish Foundation children’s charity with a cheque for over £700.000 which represented 100% of the ticket proceeds from the event that Andrew had put together and paid for himself. As the Cash on Demand team saw on the DVD, part of the inducement for Cash on Demand students to attend the event Andrew had also agreed to give away his Bentley as a raffle prize at the end of the 2 day bootcamp.

Rather than draw conclusions here the best possible way to find out if the Cash on Demand course is something for you is for you to carry out your own Cash on Demand review by getting the free trial package which Andrew Reynolds offers at www.ec.tv.

Andrew Reynolds became a self-made Millionaire at the age of 45 after starting a small business in his spare room at home - and became a Multi-Millionaire by the time he was 50, using a technique for making money that he shares in his book, Copy This Idea.

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