Home Made Energy Review

Home Made Energy … Let’s kick things off. My goal is to help you decide whether or not you need it added to your possessions. Ok, time for a matter-of-fact admission – I haven’t in actual fact used or purchased the product (read my About page for an explanation), but I have trawled the internet hunting down info on it, to save you time. For actual user reviews see the ‘Customer Reviews’ section to the right. So sit back, relax and read on as I save you time and dish all the information I have on Home Made Energy.

What claims is it making?

You don’t even need to click through to the product’s website, I have produced a summary of what they say about themselves here:

If you have ever wished to stop wasting money on your electrical bill, help the global economy and save the Earth, then you’ve arrived at the right page.

  • You will save hundreds of dollars a month… and thousands of dollars ayear… for the rest of your life…
  • You will help our environment and maybe more and more people will follow us in supporting the future of Earth…
  • You will have a lot of fun in building your own power systems. You can do it with your close friends and family during a week-end and everyone will enjoy it…
  • You will be able to go completely off-grid if you want, knowing that risingenergy prices will not affect you…
  • You will be able to make the electricity company pay you, because the surplus of what you produce will make the meter go the other way, in case you want to stay on-grid…

How much can I trust what they say?

I haven’t actually bought this product, so how am I going to answer this one? Well, I know I can track down some useful information for you to help you make your purchase. For starters, I’ve looked up the product on trust ranking websites such as http://mywot.com. Home Made Energy scores an averge of 3.99, which is about averge and isn’t a cause for worry.

Is anyone buying it?

Let’s look at some hard facts now. We can turn to statistics provided by the payment processor. They release something they call the product’s “Gravity”. It can be used a an indication of how well the product is selling. I’ve processed this figure and produced a rating out of 100. Products with a high rating are popular. Home Made Energy scores 63.66/100 which is about standard.

Time to buy – your options

Hopefully by now you’ve read through the résumé of what the product’s about. You’ve had a look at the user reviews and testimonials. Perhaps you’ve even decided you might like to buy the product. So what now?

Option 1: Buy Direct

You click through to http://www.homemadeenergy.org, and look for their link to buy the product. From there you’ll be linked through to the payment processor page and you can make payment using a credit/debit card or PayPal. At the time of writing this review the standard price for the product was $47.

Option 2: Buy Through My Link

If you click this link: homemadeenergy.org you’ll also be taken through to homemadeenergy.org, where you can buy the product in the same way as option 1. This time though, because you arrived at the site through a special link, I get the credit for sending over a potential buyer. If you do end up buying, I will be given a commission. There’s no difference in the cost to you. You might want to go for this option if:
  • You feel my site has helped you and you’d like to say thanks.
  • You want to be eligible for a purchase bonus (see below)

The purchase bonus

If you decide to choose Option 2, then you are eligible for a purchase bonus. This is my thank you for using my link. Click here to read all about the bonus and how to claim it.Home Made Energy Review7.7103