Cash On Demand Review
Andrew was brought up in Winchester in a working class family. His father was determined to become self employed and eventually own his own DIY store one day. However due to the business suffering, Andrew Reynolds searched for a better way to make money. Like many people new to the world of the Internet Andrew Reynolds looked into various business opportunities and bought a few in the early and mid 90′s without actually doing anything with the information.
In 1993 he bought a product from a famous business opportunity guy in the States called Bill Myers. Four years after the purchase Andrew Reynolds attended a seminar that taught him all about information marketing.
A week after going to the seminar Andrew Reynolds left his job as a sales manager with a house builder. It was a big step which worked out for Andrew however until you are making a stable and consistent income, I’d advise anyone not to quit their J-O-B!
Andrew bought the resale rights to one of Bill Myers products and this allowed Andrew to promote the product and keep all the money. Andrew rebranded this video series Cash On Demand and promoted it for many years till he got into direct mail sales. It is possible to re-brand any products with my business opportunity because when you purchase a package not only do you receive ownership to the products, you also receive private label and resale rights to these products. Meaning you can keep 100% of all profits!
He sold 10,000 of those original videos for £50 a time!
Cash on Demand in the Making
Reynolds explained in the sales literature that he had developed a system which was making him “over £1,000,000 a year…working just 1-2 hours a day”.
The length of the course was never mentioned although it was rumoured to be 12 lessons. Around module 4, users were offered a “quick route” to the end of the course. This offer was for “The Million Pound Private Student Home Study Course” – a full training course with a great deal of material plus licences to several specialist DVDs which you can go out and sell as your own. The cost? £1,697 +VAT. However, the real bonus of being a subscriber on Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand system course came in when all subscribers were offered tickets to an “Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp” in London. This was a 3-day training camp with around 10 well-known internet marketers from the States.
As you can imagine, any seminar which Andrew Reynolds organises usually comes with a £3000+ price tag which usually puts a great deal of people off… Each speaker had a short set (around 2 hours or less) during which they gave a presentation before having 10 minutes at the end to make a special offer to the audience. In total, the event raised over £325,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. The entire entrance fee was donated to charity. So, you may be wondering why Andrew Reynolds would organise an event which did not make him any money? Well, obviously, each speaker had something to sell and Andrew, as the organiser, was able to take a percentage of the sales.andrew reynolds, andrew reynolds module, andrew reynolds review, andrew reynolds scam, cash on demand, cash on demand modules, cash on demand scam, cash on demand system
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