Power 4 Home Scam – Is Power4Home Just Another Scam?

Is John Russel Of Power4Home The Real Deal?

Recently, there has been a lot of e-books on the web that will show you how to build your own home renewable energy system. The idea sounds very interesting. We can reduce our home power consumption by tapping into free energy from nature via solar power or wind energy. One such green energy guide is John Russel’s Power 4 Home.

Now, many people may be wondering, is Power 4 Home just another scam?

Well, I had that question anyway.

The first renewable energy manual that I bought was Michael Harvey’s Earth 4 Energy. That was back in end of 2008 when crude oil was hitting US150 per barrel. Many people including me was wondering if energy cost going to rise…which it did.

My home electricity bill was adjusted upwards about 10 percent by the power utility company. Now that crude oil is back to a reasonable level, my power bill is still the same. Go figure.

At that time, there was a lot of buzz on Earth 4 Energy and I was interested to find out what was in it. As usual, I have the thought in my mind. Is Earth 4 Energy a scam?

In short, I did buy the e-book. I actually did a Earth 4 Energy review to list down what I learn from the manual.

Is Power 4 Home A Scam?

Many people may have read or heard of John Russel’s Power 4 Home and you may be thinking about buying it. You may have the same question I had.

Is Power 4 Home a scam? Now, what does “scam” mean? Lets look at Wikipedia for some answer.

Here ‘s what I found in our friendly Wiki on the word “scam”:

In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual. The specific legal definition varies by legal jurisdiction. Fraud is a crime, and is also a civil law violation. Many hoaxes are fraudulent, although those not made for personal gain are not technically frauds.

I highlighted the phrase intentional deception made for personal gain, because I think it is the key phrase.

Does John Russel has intention to deceive his e-book buyers for personal gain?

Personally, I don’t think that is the case. If it was, all the millions of authors that have written books sold in the bookstores are scammers.

Power 4 Home Scam Report Conclusion

Power4Home, is just another e-book on the web and it is an information product. The idea is to get some valuable information out of it. How we use the information is another question.

Some people may have bought a hard cover or paper back book from the book store. Some books like Harry Potter, Lord Of The Rings, The DaVinci Code etc are excellent, while other books we couldn’t even finish the first chapter.

Does that mean the author has scammed you? Maybe not…don’t you think so.

If you have an interest to know more on how you can use renewable energy such as a DIY solar panels or a domestic wind turbine, John Russel’s Power 4 Home is a book you can bet on.