Cash on Demand Review Article
This month we carry out a Cash on Demand review and look in detail at the brand new Andrew Reynolds Cash on Demand 2.0 course which has just hit the market. This monthly course is a totally updated version of Andrew Reynolds very successful Cash on Demand course which has been available for a few years. Cash on Demand 2.0 is his updated version which is more relevant in times of social media ipads and iphones etc.
To carry out our Cash on Demand review we sent away for the free trial package which he advertises at www.ec.tv this free trial package arrived a few days later and contained plenty of material for us to get our teeth into to carry out a proper Cash on Demand review.
After reading a welcome letter which gave brief details of what to expect we then listened to the Cash on Demand review welcome CD which was an introduction from Andrew Reynolds himself explaining what was to come in the course and what he would be taking people through as they journeyed through the 12 months subscription course (available at £29.95 a month from www.ec.tv)
The Cash on Demand review free trial package also came with a Cash on Demand 2.0 book which gave a very good insight into Andrew Reynolds and the system that he used to start a business in his spare room at home and pull in over £50 million in just 15 years. Also within the package were 3 attractively packaged DVD’s. As part of our Cash on Demand review we looked through all 3 of these and found that they gave a great insight into Andrew Reynolds as a person and more importantly into his Cash on Demand system.
The 1st of the DVD’s that we watched as part of our Cash on Demand review saw Andrew Reynolds live at the O2 in London’s Docklands. This O2 event featured Andrew Reynolds on stage as the host and promoter of this entrepreneur’s bootcamp which was held primarily to raise money for one of Andrew Reynolds nominated charities. Indeed the Cash on Demand review team saw Andrew Reynolds on stage presenting a cheque to Neil Jones the CEO of the Make a Wish Foundation for over £700,000, being 100% of the ticket proceeds raised from the entrepreneurs bootcamp. During this 2 day event part of which is included on the DVD in the Cash on Demand review free trial package we saw Andrew Reynolds giving away his Bentley as a prize to one lucky Cash on Demand subscriber and also Andrew Reynolds on stage explaining how the Cash on Demand system works and how to run a homebased business. Also on this Cash on Demand review free trial DVD we also heard from spokespersons of national and local charities that Andrew also works with and this gives a very good insight into the man as well as into the way that his Cash on Demand system generates money for these charities.
The 2nd DVD that we watched as part of our Cash on Demand review followed Andrew in the townships of South Africa as he met with some residents in need of assistance. One particular piece on this Cash on Demand review DVD shows Andrew with a lady called Rosie who single handedly runs a soup kitchen providing meals for over 400 young children every day of the year. Rosie’s kitchen was running out of money and was facing closure and when Andrew arrived she was in a state of desperation because she was having to turn children away hungry. Andrew stepped in with funding for the next few years so that Rosie could continue to do the good work and to feed the 400 children day after day. As part of our Cash on Demand review we felt that this DVD gave a very good insight into Andrew Reynolds the man and showed an insight into how he uses some of the money that he raises with his Cash on Demand system.
Finally as part of our Cash on Demand review we also looked at the 3rd DVD which featured Andrew being followed by a film crew for 7 days after a rather sceptical TV reporter had challenged him to raise money using his Cash on Demand system. In just 7 days Andrew under the watchful eye of the cameras managed to pull in around £500,000 all of which was audited by an independent team of auditors to ensure fair play.