Avoid the scams, find out which Business Opportunities actually work
16th February 2007
Filed under: Direct Mail,General Opportunities — Ben @ 12:40 pm

Just yesterday I received 2 identical sales letters for Andrew Reynolds’ Cash On Demand monthly subscription course.

I think one was because I am on Vince Stanzione’s mailing list and the other was sent to a different address, obviously from a different mailing list I am on.

If you haven’t got this or you don’t know much about Andrew Reynolds, here is a quick history:

Andrew ran Manhattan Direct for several years but recently wound up the company to sort of “semi-retire”. Over the time he ran this company he built up a massive customer database and was extremely successful.

So, the Cash On Demand system describes what he did and what he learnt from his time running his Manhattan Direct company.

When you sign up you get the 1st module and some extra bonuses absolutely free. Then, should you wish to continue, you pay just less than £30 a month to receive each module.

Each course module is a printed A4 manual which is delivered to your door. Occasionally you also receive extra, unannounced, bonus items which relate to the content of that month’s module.

Andrew mentions 5 people in the sales letter who took the system and made it work. I know who 2 of them are and I know that the claims are true. With one particular “student” that he mentions, I think he may have understated the earnings.

As for “Simon from Kent”, I know who this is and I 100% believe his testimonial.

But, that is all I am saying 🙂

So, the Cash On Demand system is a workable system and practical to apply. Whether you will be successful or not depends on if you follow it and put in the work necessary to make a success of it.

One subscriber asked me this week:

“Do you know anyone that has tried this system?”

So, I would like to throw this one open and ask for information about your experiences with Andrew’s system.

Have you tried to put into action what Andrew teaches?

Have you had any success?

Please leave your comments on the post by clicking the “Comments” link below.

See also:

Andrew Reynolds and the Cash On Demand System


  1. Hi Ben,
    I have been subscribing to Andrews course for 3 months now, although the information is top quality i have not to date had anything to show me how to start up, it would appear that the course is strung out a bit…To date I have had 2 invitations to meet up with Andrew and Tim Lowe But you need to pay a substantial ammount of money to speed up the process, great if you have 4K plus spare but not if your trying to get going on a small budget. I am going to keep going for now..
    By the way I find your emails very interesting and informative..

    All the Best,


    Comment by Mark — 16th February 2007 @ 9:09 pm

  2. I am awaiting Module 5 of the Cash on Demand course. As previously stated, the 12 Module course could well have been significantly condensed into just a few, but the man is obviously not a fool!! I do not expect it to be a “get rich quick” scheme but would very shortly like to see some ideas about what products to sell and how to find them, but after reading several posts on here and other websites, am not too sure if that is going to happen. Have decided to subscribe to the first 12 modules and then stop – if I don’t know what to do after 12 months and £360, then I’ll never know.

    Comment by Elaine Talbot — 17th February 2007 @ 1:05 pm

  3. When I received Module 15 of Cash-on-Demand I wrote to the manager of Andrew’s fulfillment house to ask how many more? He replied that it was impossible to say, as Andrew keeps adding to it. I received Module 25 on 20th of March and immediately Emailed Andrew to ask how many more. He hasn’t replied yet, so I’m going to opt out and cancel my subscription, as I’m still broke, and can’t really afford £30 every month. I agree ith the guy who wrote that Cash-on-Demand seems to be a funnel for more lucrative projects. However, please do NOT be put off by my negative comments, as this course IS good if you can easily afford the £30 per month. Some of the advice he gives costs more than I can afford to implement, and I know I could make a packet if I had the money up front to invest.

    John Denton’s Money Montage is excellent, and Graham Hamer’s Traffic Jam that is affiliated to it is excellent. I have learned more in the two weeks I’ve been with John and Graham than in the two years I’ve been with Andrew. There is NO hidden agenda with these two, and they tell it like it is. I commend them very highly.

    Keep smiling!


    Comment by Mike — 7th April 2007 @ 7:15 pm

  4. Hi Guys !

    I think andrews course is v’ informative. I am now on module 12. If I hadn’t got the course I wouldn’t now have my own website which by the way is http://www.stopsmokingnow-mbg.com.
    However… it is very long winded and I think I could have got the info somewhere else a lot cheaper but I may just keep up and see what happens…. Please check out my website if you wanna give up smoking..

    Good luck to you all

    Comment by Paul — 9th January 2008 @ 11:40 am

  5. We too have been slogging away at this course for 17 months, and so far have managed to sell absolutely nothing.
    However, this isn’t necessarily a negative comment. We just haven’t perfected the technique yet. My brother & I have learnt an awful lot about marketing, advertising and websites. Talk about sharp learning curves!
    We’ve got 2 websites up and running – http://www.fag-end.co.uk & http://www.wisperwise.co.uk.
    (Interesting to see your website, Paul. You fell for the No Smoking CD too. Check ours out and compare notes. We’ve gone for completely different approaches. Any success with yours?)
    We also struck up a joint venture with a chap I came across on Ebay, who was selling subliminal weight loss CDs at way below their potential value. So far no success with that, either. but we have great hopes, mainly because I know it works – well, it does on me.
    We’re convinced that there is some meat in all this candy floss that we are wading through, and that it takes quite a bit of hard work to find it and make proper use of it. Not easy when you’re still trying to hold down an full time job, and definitely not cheap when you’ve got a non-productive advert running expensively in various publications.
    However, we keep slogging away. I think the trick is not to let the dream die through being knocked back too many times, although that is a lot easier to say than to do.
    Incidentally, I’ve side-tracked myself a bit, trying to make running money by starting up an Ebay shop, which I’m thoroughly enjoying, although it’s not going to make me a millionaire.
    Check out Nick Laight and Avril Harper – “What Really Makes Money”. Not as high-flying as Andrew, but some gold nugget business ideas.

    Moral: keep chipping away at the rock face. Sooner or later you’ll either hit a vein of gold, or bring the whole bloody cliff down on top of you. Either way, at least it’s a result.


    Comment by Sally & Bob — 25th February 2008 @ 3:22 pm

  6. Just a short comment to say i have just recieved my first module of Andrew reynolds “Cash on demand” system. I look forward to the next installment. I can find nothing negative about this man and i realise that anything like this takes time to learn. I have that time and want to learn as much and as thourghly as possible to give me the best grounding to get started. It seems to be a very good and productive foundation. Looking to the future with a determind mind.

    Comment by Sallee Tricker — 4th March 2008 @ 10:18 am

  7. Hi, can anybody let me know what the start up costs are likely to be after
    i have gone through all the modules.
    are we talking about a website, product and advertising.

    many thanks

    Comment by john — 4th March 2008 @ 10:56 pm

  8. hello everyone iv just got my fist module and im gona give it a go i think for a year. its the what if.thats the main reasion i want to do it and also the money side and giveing a bit to charity and things like that.i carnt afford to do it.but i also carnt afford not to do it.this is my website its selling domains iv got loads but not sold many.

    Comment by dan — 9th March 2008 @ 3:15 pm

  9. Hi.
    I have done quite a bit of research into Andrew Reynolds background and have received the first free module. It seems the comments are mostly positive but if it takes 15 modules before anything happens that definately is not what he says on the Entrepenuer channel or in the pack. He does state a number of times that this is not a get rich quick system. Is it worth my while continuing or do I cancel my direct debit? I am undecided. Any comments?

    Comment by ron — 10th March 2008 @ 9:32 am

  10. I really want to try Andrew Reynolds Cash on Demand System but need more info. Is this workable, can I make money from it and how many modules will I need to go through before this happens? I know this is a lots of questions, bu I have very litle money and want to use it wisely. In a nutshell, is Andrew’s course worth £30 a month?

    Comment by Antoinette Daley — 13th March 2008 @ 9:58 pm

  11. Hello All

    I have a website which I really think could be successful. I am selling advertising solutions to business professionals, all hosted on my site.

    Is this course something that will benefit me?

    I have the idea / product already, I guess I need to scale it up and market it more. Is this for me?



    Comment by Nick — 25th March 2008 @ 3:32 am

  12. Note for Sally an Bob,

    Love your guys attitude and comments.. Have to admit I didn’t originally have the success I had envisioned mainly because I never included advertising costs into my budget.. Google ppc is a killer.. I have since been round the block as it were and tried a few different approaches… My best results seem to have come from free e-mail services double opt in etc… I only stumbled across this as I tried something else..

    i was looking for a way to make another quick buck.. I found a site which you can find at [URL removed due to keyword spamming in the sales page “money,income, money, income” etc]

    I have made more money from this just sending out free e-mails than my initial site so please go and check it out if you haven’t already seen it, it’s one of the few sites that does what it says on the tin.. I applied the techniques that Alan Humphries teaches about mailing lists to my no smoking site and have seen an increase in sales there too so all is going well.. I longer pay for any advertising at all! So I say thankyou to Andrew for bringing my attention to the potential of online income….. STILL NOT A MILLIONAIRE YET THOUGH 😉 lol

    Comment by Paul — 26th March 2008 @ 12:11 pm

  13. Hi, I’ve noticed all the comments on this blog and I have to tell you that I too have subscribed to Andrew Reynolds COD -I stopped at 13 because it seemed to start at the end by recommending you flog stuff on ebay to raise capital! I thought it all sounded a bit desperate, frankly and in the meantime I have been creating my own info products as ebooks in a particular niche. I made a bit of pocket money, but certainly not enough to give up my job – So in January of this year 2008 decided to go all out with my brother on this cash on demand thing. My first product is here http://www.getoneasystreet.com
    and ironically it is a SHORTCUT way to start making and selling your own information products. My brother and I have put £2,000 into this so far and its only now 3 months later that we have started to see some sales. I am happy to tell you keep plodding on – it can be dispiriting at times – but find a unique angle – or untapped niche (which is what I am planning to do), and the income does come! Check out my product – it might help! Best to everyone here! Sarah

    Comment by Sarah Lyle — 1st April 2008 @ 8:37 pm

  14. Hi to All at Biz Opps

    just left a comment requesting anyone with GENUINE examples of what they’ve managed to earn from the COD system or fastrack versions…also who is Simon from Kent…all seems so suspect as when one tries to dig and find anyone who has genuinely profitted it seems it’s the AR’s of this market and not their students. My business is in the advertising industry so I am genuinly interested in this.
    My previous comment got wiped within an hour…who monitors this …is it an employee of AR himself…

    [Addition by Ben: Hi Sean, your previous comment wasn’t wiped – it just wasn’t approved at the time you made further comments. If you haven’t had a comment approved on the blog before, your comments are held until I approve them – this is to stop spammers. I’ve just logged in to find 3 comments so I have decided to delete the first and last comments and approve this one (with my explanations in it). I hope this is OK as the first comment you made was almost identical to this one, and the third was just a one line ammendment]

    come on guys…if you’ve made money and can prove it…AND you’re a student of AR’s…SHOW US!!

    If yu can …I’ll be AR’s greatest fna/disciple and will shout out to the world how brilliant this method is…

    [Addition by Ben: If it helps any, I have met ‘Simon from Kent’ at a seminar and I 100% believe his testimonial and, if anything, I think his earnings are understated. A very nice fella, works hard and is very successful. We had a long chat over a few drinks and I basically got a two hour consultation with him for free – moral here: go to seminars! I’ve also spoken on the phone to two other students of Andrew’s and had email contact with another two. Sadly, and I realise this seems like a cop-out, I can’t reveal any details.]

    Comment by Sean Anderson — 3rd April 2008 @ 12:29 pm

  15. Hi there!

    Me again – someone requesting if any genuine students of AR have made any money. Well, I have subscribed to the COD modules but have not gone to any seminars (can’t afford em!), and after 3 months of hard work have finally made a few sales (just enought to cover national ads so far with a bit left over) – it’s a half decent start. I have bigger future plans because I can see the potential here. Basically I am saying it’s not a rip-off. Neither is it as easy as AR likes to make out – nor as long winded. I have heard some people have paid £10,000 going to seminars – what a waste, frankly when all that money could have been ploughed into a great business!! Stop listening and DO is what I say! Best, Sarah

    Comment by Sarah Lyle — 3rd April 2008 @ 3:38 pm

  16. …just enought to cover national ads so far with a bit left over… it’s a half decent start…

    Thanks for the comment Sarah, I’d say it’s a great start – you’ve made money and also gained some customers. Perhaps more importantly you’ve managed to avoid losing money.

    I’m sure that many of the experts started with very little and built it up slowly until they got to the point where they could boast about making tens of millions. You’ve got to keep at it because, like you said, the potential is there for people who put in the effort.

    Great to hear a success story!

    Comment by Ben — 3rd April 2008 @ 6:14 pm

  17. do you need to be a computer wizz and be able to set up websites etc to follow the cash on demand program?

    Comment by Wendy — 4th April 2008 @ 12:41 am

  18. Answer to Wendy:
    No, you don’t. Andrew and a nice little Chinaman called Tom talk you through setting up a website on MS FrontPage, but Microsoft have now stopped producing this and it is difficult to mesh in with all the new technology out there.
    However, I got myself a copy of MS FrontPage 2000 cheaply on Ebay, plus a few idiots’ handbooks from Amazon, and have built 2, almost 3 sites so far.
    Building the site is a doddle, but actually getting it uploaded onto the web is a pain in the proverbial, because of the lack of Front Page Extensions on the hosting servers. (“What?”, I hear you ask)
    That’s where 1and1 come in. They are a webhosting service, who will talk you through any problems you have with the technology. They have a pool of nice young men and ladies who will translate into words of one syllable if requested and don’t mind if you don’t understand a word they’re saying. They just keep explaining until you do.
    My current package costs £5.99 per month (+VAT = something like £6.15). For this you get your websites hosted and managed on the server, so that anyone can access it on the web. You do the maintenance and any changes or updating through FrontPage, and then just upload the changes. Plus, you get the nice young men.
    I’m not saying that the learning curves aren’t sharp, but if I can manage to get through it at 62, then there’s no excuse for everybody else to do it too.
    Best of luck. Sally

    Comment by Sally & Bob — 4th April 2008 @ 11:55 am

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