How to Get as Much Money as You Need is a money making product by Peter Douglass that teaches users how to get money for projects.
What does the product offer?
How to Get as Much Money as You Need is an eBook that the creator, Peter Douglass, says will show users how to make interest free money for things without having to pay a penny of the money back. All this is irrespective of your credit history or financial background opening up the How to Get as Much Money as You Need method to anybody.
How does the product work?
Looking at How to Get as Much Money as You Need and the many examples of success it would appear to be all about crowd sourcing. This is a method of gaining start-up capital that involves lots of people pledging small amounts rather than one person providing all of it.
What is the initial investment?
How to Get as Much Money as You Need has been made available by Peter Douglass for a one off fee of $97. There is also an option to upgrade and gain further information on the subject for an additional $47.
What is the rate of return?
As is advertised in the title for How to Get as Much Money as You Need you should in theory be able to make as much money as you need. It is worth noting that on the sales page for How to Get as Much Money as You Need, Peter Douglass offers many high value examples of crowd sourcing with several numbering well into million dollar territory.
The principals of How to Get as Much Money as You Need are theoretically sound but in reality there are a number of issues that aren’t really covered. First of all there is the fact that “you don’t have to pay back a penny”. This is true to a degree but many companies who are looking to crowd source offer incentives for getting involved (often token things like t-shirts) so you should reasonably expect to give something back in one form or another.
Secondly, there is no guarantee that you are going to make the money you need. Crowd sourced products come under a lot of scrutiny and although sometimes people do succeed is gaining the funds needed, most do not, which is less advertised.