Income Revolution Review

| January 11, 2012 | 6 Replies

Product Name: Income Revolution

Author: David Anderson

Company Name & Contact Details:
Anderson Dynamics
Albany House,
324/326 Regent Street,
W1B 3HH,
United Kingdom.


URGENT: “I showed this to a small private group of customers this year and they were blown away at the simplicity of this. Now you can follow their success from home at a fraction of the cost…”

Price: £69.95

Money Back Guarantee: 14 days

What Do You Get?

– Income Revolution program on DVD.

Where To Buy:

Brief Summary:

Income Revolution by David Anderson is an instructional video and guide that will reveal to you a unique and profitable home business idea. He claims that following this idea could bring you huge profits with very little outlay both in time and money.

What’s It All About? 

I wasn’t really sure what the offer was for and how the product would work. 

What I discovered is this, it’s about becoming a self publisher. You’ve probably read about this type of information publishing before.  With many online opportunities, selling this type of product it is becoming a popular way for wannabe novelists to get their work into print and online. On Amazon and on the Kindle there have been several high profile success stories where people have published their books and made fortunes, but these are rare occurrences.

This guide takes you through the steps of picking your guide, subject and then getting it published. But really you do not need this guide, you can quite easily go to a a site like Amazon or Kindle and see how this works within their Help functions. They will give you all the details you need, otherwise just check out self publishing on Google and you’ll see what is on offer for free.

Do I Need Any Experience To Make This Work?

David says that you don’t need any money to start this, its easy to do and you have total control.

This is true because it’s simple to write a story or guide if you have an idea and a good grasp of English. It’s also very simple to get the material published on Amazon or Kindle and for it to be listed in your niche area.  But there is no guarantee you will make sales or any income.

How Much Time Will It Take Me?

Once you have written your book, it’ll only take you a few hours to get it prepared and ready to go on Amazon, this process doesn’t take more than a day so you could easily be listed within a few hours. The only time you need to dedicate is to writing your book.

Does It Live Up To The Claims In The Promotion?

In the promotion the author gives a list of his clients names and on average how much they earn each month from using this. But these are just names and figures, there is no real proof that these people are real or any examples how they have made these sums?

Although he does say this “These are real people, AND TO PROVE IT: I’ll show you where you can find them and how you can contact them directly (If you want to) along with 1000’s of others”.  I could not find any of the information that David refers to and in no way could they be verified. It seems to me that David is selective with the information he provides.

The claims that you could be making £2 million a year, I feel are misleading because this is highlighting just one person who made this sum, it would have been more truthful to show how many people try to make money this way and fail. 


David says throughout the sales material that he will tell you all about his course and that people are making thousands using this and that he will show you but he fails to tell you anything about what this actually is!?

Normally a hidden opportunity isn’t spelt out because they are unworkable or if people knew what they were they would dismiss them as too much hard work or realise the author is withholding some of the truth. I think this applies here and I see no reason why the author couldn’t say what the product does and how it works.

David has picked out the authors who have made a lot of money from self publishing on Amazon or Kindle and it’s this I find misleading. He of course doesn’t tell you about the tens of thousands of people who try this and do not make a penny.

There used to be a David Anderson that was banned by the ASA on several occasions but it is hard to tell if this is the same David Anderson, although the sales material seems to imply it could be.  

Other members have tried this and been able to obtain a refund so that is peace of mind. 

This opportunity can make you money but the chances that you get a fortune like some of the authors is small so please don’t think this is guaranteed way to make money.  You could make a small amount or nothing at all. I wish David had given a better picture of the prospects as I feel many people will be left disappointed.  

If you’ve tried this product or have any experience of David Anderson then please leave a comment below.


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Category: Business Opportunities, eBay & Amazon, Home Business, Videos/DVDs

Comments (6)

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  1. henrib5244 says:

    I tried to buy Income Revolution, but the website will not let you complete your registration and address when you want to check out!!

  2. alphagista says:

    VAT charge not stated in the selling price. Very convincing sales pitch for aspiring authors but,


    before purchase

    Alpha Gista

  3. kencraig says:

    Purchased this the other week and it’s about writing short stories and selling them on Amazon/Kindle and elsewhere.

    Not really for me and asked for a refund which was duly obliged.

    Hope that helps anyone.

  4. msajk72 says:

    i took anderson to court and won my case

    it was after the shambles of his cpa workshop

    be warned..he is also hiding now

  5. christineingle says:

    I recently bought David Andersons “I’ll pay you to try this” on a supposedly 147 day double your money back guarantee”. I am at the moment attempting to receive a refund (as the course is too time consuming for me) but am told that when I ticked/checked their “terms and conditions” box to move on further and buy the product that I have to show details of the project to satisfy the criteria, in order to receive a refund.
    When I ticked/checked the “Terms and conditions” nothing was shown about this clause. Let this be a warning to any would be purchaser of this type of selling, if the box on “terms and conditions” is not explicit on what is contained therein and there is no transparency do NOT tick/check it to move forward, just back off and do NOT buy as the sellers can say anything is written in their “terms and conditions” My emails to them are now being ignored, which is not very professional of them.

    I must add here that this apparently is a joint venture between David Anderson and Peter Douglass but I did respond to David Andersons email, and was re-directed to Peter Douglass whose address is the same as David Andersons. Are they one of same?

  6. koumos says:

    Look up “Anderson Dynamics” on Google (the firm that publishes David Anderson’s “systems”), and you’ll find that this very mailshot is one of those banned by the Advertising Standards Authority. Enough said?

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