The P2P Lending Wealth System Launches

Educational course for p2p lending investors

I had the idea for a course like this back in April. People kept asking me the same thing in the emails I received. Can you explain the risks? How can I avoid defaults? How do I increase my returns?

I realized there was no place for new or existing p2p investors to go to learn everything they need to know to be successful. Sure there is a wealth of information on this blog but it is not exactly organized in a systematic way. Plus, I think video is the best way to teach people how to navigate around different websites.

So I created the P2P Lending Wealth System. It has taken me a couple of months to create but it is now ready for prime time.

Three and a Half Hours of Video Content

In this online video course I take investors through every aspect of p2p lending. There is around three and a half hours of video content divided into eight modules:

  1. Introduction
  2. The Risks of P2P Lending
  3. Before you Start Investing
  4. Investing with Lending Club
  5. Investing with Prosper
  6. Maximizing Your ROI
  7. The Trading Platform
  8. How I am Investing Today

Introductory Video

I have created a short nine minute video that introduces the P2P Lending Wealth System. The cost of the course is just $97 and for that you don’t just get the video course but also a host of great bonuses, including many goodies I have never shared before.

So go check out the video and let me know what you think.

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Dec. 9, 2011 1:12 am

Oh come on Peter. This should be free with a request donations. Just like Ken does with Lendstats. This is very un-p2p of you.

Louis Lamoureux
Louis Lamoureux
Dec. 9, 2011 7:25 am

Peter, you forgot the “But wait there’s more…” part. 🙂

Dec. 9, 2011 8:19 am

Fair enough, Peter. Good luck to you.

I may have missed it on the site, but what is your Prosper ID?

Dan B
Dan B
Dec. 9, 2011 9:00 am

Peter…….I completely understand where you are coming from. In the past year I have found that I have spent quite a few hours here writing posts. Some of those posts were arguably even meaningful & I just can’t see how I can continue to do that unless I can charge for some of my expertise. I’m confident that you of all people know what I bring to the table, to say nothing of what else I may have tucked away. So I’m afraid that unless we can find a way to monetize my contributions here………….

Peer Lend
Dec. 9, 2011 3:31 pm

Looks nice – and you absolutely ought to be charging for your expertise…

You don’t go to Nepal and expect the Sherpa to guide your ass for free… 😉

Dan B
Dan B
Dec. 9, 2011 5:40 pm

Peter………….Where are the exotic cars? Where are the yachts? Where are the girls in bikinis? Hey don’t mind me. I’m just a bit annoyed that you didn’t avail yourself of my 15 years experience in video production. I’m sure I could have created a more enticing 9 minute teaser video for you……………for an appropriate fee of course. 🙂

Peer Lend
Dec. 10, 2011 10:29 am

Sure – but I will add that the Sherpa have an easier sell, as their mountain is much more visible in one sense! Translated, that means something like:

You might want to show a little bit more leg – snippets from the course itself – rather than the read-along-with-the-closed-captioning video bit.

Without that, anyone who’s had the patience to amass enough capital to invest in p2p lending will have a tendency toward impatience for such…

Just a (free) thought… 😉