Mindvalley

Mindvalley is not worth your money
44 Complaints
Mindvalley Review

I hate Mindvalley. The truth about Mindvalley came out when I went through their website, and that is when I decided to get the free trial version of the program.

It was a 7-day free trial(cult) program. I hate Mindvalley. Vishen Lakhiani and Silva Method both are scams and fraud.

I was sure I would take off the subscription before the trial period ended and decided to do that one day before the subscription ended.

However, they did ask me to enter my credit card details, which I did.

In those seven days, I did not get time to check anything on the website.

I was too busy with my work and everything, that I realized that even if I paid for the subscription, I would hardly get any time to use the program.

Hence, I tried to cancel the subscription.

Their website has no clear path to cancel the subscription.

I went through many problems while figuring out how to cancel the subscription.

Finally, I could discontinue the subscription, working for more than half an hour to find that option on their website.

Later, after a week, I received a message that my credit card was charged $99.99.

I was subscribed for the entire year. I did not get it. I never made that decision.

And I successfully canceled the subscription by getting into auto-renew.

So, I tried to reach these people—however, no luck. So, I used it for a month before asking for a refund.

I thought that if the programs were beneficial, I might learn something. And, if that is the case, I won’t unsubscribe it anyway.

They have a 30 days refund policy. I hate Mindvalley.

I am unsure if these guys have anything significant on their website, as I never got a chance to look at any course or details of the studies.

Over time, I tried to check their events and other things happening in the city.

But I was not able to make it. I am no good at creating space for more things in my life. So, it was almost 20 days that I realized that the money was getting wasted.

I emailed them that I needed a refund as I could not use the service.

I never got an email back. Almost seven days after the email, I had not received any reply.

So, I sent another email, and after two days, I replied that I needed to send the email on another email id meant for refund queries.

For one week, I was waiting for a reply. I did as the email asked me to do.

However, I again did not get any response. I had a chance to connect with one of the employees of Mindvalley.

Through their chat support, I was finally able to talk to someone.

This guy was named Tim this time, and I am unsure if it was his real name or a made-up one.

But he told me that there was no email on that email address that I sent. I confirmed the email address, and it was correct.

I had that in my emails and knew it had reached the support team.

But they were not able to find it. It was not my mistake. And, the 30 days period was almost over.

So, this guy told me that I would not get my money back.

This was the last time I spoke to someone from the support team.

Later, my chats were disconnected or not replied to. I started sending them emails, and I believe my email was also barred.

The guy who spoke with me on the chat also suggested using the other paid courses.

I mean, this is ridiculous. I am not interested in your services or offerings.

I have got better things to take care of in my life. I am not free.

I have no time for these courses or anything else they offer.

I told the same thing to these guys, and Tim ignored every request. These people are so impossible to deal with.

I need no more reasons to call these guys cheaters.

Because they are, they have been cheating people.

Their free trial is bait for getting into users’ accounts. I have been trying hard to get my refund back.

I have all the proofs that I mailed them the request.

However, these guys are reluctant and say they cannot do so.

After 30 days, when I sent them a reminder for a refund through an email, they received it very well.

They replied, saying that the refund timelines had crossed.

How could they receive the email and not receive it within the timeline? Doesn’t that sound like a trap? It did to me.

I have sent them many reminders telling them that I did not select the subscription and they had done it by mistake.

I have proof that I have not used their free or paid courses.

But these guys are so dumb or acting like ones. The website is full of crap.

Their entire interface is to make people fall into their shit.

I am unsure if they would still charge for my subscription once the entire year is over, even when I would cancel it.

I have hence, requested my bank for another credit card.

I cannot give these scammers any other chance to scam me anymore.

These people must be put behind bars for scamming others online.

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44 Complaints on Mindvalley

  1. Charged hundreds of dollars a year for a subscription I can't find a way for cancel

    I am being charged $613.77 each year for a subscription that I no longer want, and have not wanted for two or three years now, and I am finding no way to contact their customer service directly to cancel it. Their instructions online refer to a cancel button in your subscription area that is simply not present in my settings and membership area and there is no “renewal” button to turn on or off by my membership billing details. Emailing them one just gets an auto message saying that they are “thrilled to inform you” that they no longer use email because they have streamlined their services and referring you to web message or i message etc instead but none of their links and options ever actually work when I try them or I get no reply. Periodically I spend an hour or so online trying to solve this maze and then give up. With time, I have come to conclude that this is an aggressive and intentional marketing technique, because I have never had similar issues with other subscription services online. The divergence from Mindvalley’s outward message is astonishing.

  2. Mindvalley - Be VERY careful

    I paid for an annual membership in good faith, but the Mindvalley app is not for me, and now they won’t refund me because I am outside the 15 days. What a waste of money.

    I don’t like the app which is constantly try to sell me new courses and event, I find it overwhelmingly pushy.

    I find the Da Silva Ultramind course confusing and illogical.
    When you post on the forum asking for help, no-one bothers to reply. It is jus a public space for chitchat. There are quite a few members who are confused (as I am) about how many times to practise, what technique to use etc

    When I finally got through the Contact Us, I am dealing with an AI virtual assistant.
    Sorry, I am tired of products run by algorithms. Not for me.

  3. Fraud

    It’s unfortunate that many fell victim to these scam platforms. Thankfully, was able to resolve the issue by reporting to Cp-investigation.com. Their assistance in recouping our investments was invaluable. Grateful for their support during a challenging time. do mention Sally as it will give preferntial treatment

  4. I can say this after my experience with him so please avoid this company by all means. I invested over 2 months a sum of 157,000 euros with intelbondfx, but they took off with my money. 'W' kept requesting for money with different excuses. It was until I reported to cp-investigation (.) com that forced a charge-back from intelbondfx before my withdrawal was processed. Investors should avoid brokers like this.

    I can say this after my experience with him so please avoid this company by all means. I invested over 2 months a sum of 157,000 euros with intelbondfx, but they took off with my money. ‘W’ kept requesting for money with different excuses. It was until I reported to cp-investigation (.) com that forced a charge-back from intelbondfx before my withdrawal was processed. Investors should avoid brokers like this.

  5. De Maskens

    MindValley are deceptive & unethical in their business practices.
    They stole at least $1000 of mine in 2017.
    They never refunded me this money even after several requests & even though they could plainly see I didn’t use the courses as I was sick in hospital. I explained my hospitalisation to MindValley & still they proceeded to steal money from my Credit card.
    They are SCAMMERS
    Buyer BEWARE

  6. SCAMMERS

    I got sucked into the Minvalley Con in 2017.
    They are an absolute joke & had people lecturing on the benefits of Swinging(swapping partners) bondage and discipline and anything else you can imagine.
    It is a Cult & Vishen is a Criminal.
    Minvalley continued to charge me for courses I never took & stole thousands of dollars from me.
    It all a Con so sign up at your own peril.

  7. Support number has been disconnected

    I tried calling their support number at +1-888 597-8384 and they have a recorded message that states:

    “This number has been disconnected. For further assistance, please go to
    support.mindvalley.com
    to message us. Our team will get back to you promptly. Have a great day.”

  8. Buyer Beware.

    Buyer beware. This reviewer’s experience only confirms my own.

    There’s was no way to contact them by phone. By email they passed me from one customer service person to another (I have the same thought as the writer, I believe they just pretend you have a new CS person just to drag out the time) All manner of excuses and continual delaying tactics. And yes, they pulled the ‘we can’t find your email address in our files’. My opinion, I believe they are playing the old ‘string you along’ trick so that you finally give up and leave you money behind. Do not believe nor accept any excuses they give you. A reviewer, at the time I signed up, was very angry and stressed over being scammed. To my chagrin, I ignored them.

    It shouldn’t take more than 24 hours to resolve the issue of starting the service. They claimed they were so busy. If it takes more than 48 hours you should consider cancelling the tranaction and getting a new card. My personal opinion, MindVally Support is a professionally run scam operation.

    But, If you’d like to give them the benefit of the doubt, here’s my suggestion. If I had to do it all over again, if after 48 hours I don’t have access I’d send a message that I’m cancelling the transaction in 48 hours if they don’t give me the service(s) they promoted. If they don’t give the access, then I’d cancel the service through my bank (MindValley promises are not credible, and again, I believe are designed to stall.). Once done, I’d order a new card as they may well charge you yet again at some future date.

    A prior experience. I requested of this other company (a MLM), a cancellation of monthly services. Instead they came back month after month and hit my account. Finally, some $500+ later, I cancelled my card. Oh, and by the way, I used my debit card. Always use a credit card, you will have recourse in the event you are being scammed.

    If you ignore these warnings, like I did, and are personally scammed, don’t get your blood pressure up. Post your experience; contact the Better Business Bureau, let others know. Maybe Mind Valley Support will refund you your money. This operation is raking in more money than they lose.

    You may begin to wonder about all those glowing reviews. Are they for real? Please realize there are organizations that pay people to write rave reviews for services they never took. If you don’t believe this, do a little digging. I’m not going to get my money back, but I hope this helps to save yours. In case you’re wondering, Mind Valley Support took me for $700.

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  10. Duped into purchasing

    I can get a refund or anyone to get back to me. I watched the Paul McKenna video, and he said I could get refund as long as it was before the 90 days. That’s the only reason why i putchased it. Nothing said about arefunds within 15 days nor was it stated on the receipt/invoice. It was only at the point of requesting a refund that I saw that. I would have request a refund sooner otheewise because i did not actually use tge app or the services at all. There seems to be some misrepresentation going on. It’sall very fishy. I also did not appreciate that £99 I paid was monthly. I was shocked when I saw that and relieved I was at least able to cancel that subscription. I still need my refund though. I do feel like it’s all scamming crap. Make you more stressed worrying about cost, not helpful for a calm mind at all. I will now have to relay this to my credit card in the hope they can chase on my behalf.

  11. YouTube infomercial promised 365 day money back guarantee

    On July 6th 2022 I saw a Mindvalley commercial on YouTube. In it Vishen promised, not the typical 15 day money back guarantee but a full 365 days to try the product for $899 and, if at any time I, the consumer, was not satisfied, I could contact Mindvalley for a full refund.

    One December 21, 2022 I contacted Mindvalley through WhatsApp. On December 24, 3 days later, Katrina canceled my subscription but she said, and I quote, “We understand that not all programs will work for all students, which is why we offer a 15 day money back guarantee (there’s no such thing as 365 refund period, I am afraid), however that period has already expired for your order. At this point the order is not refundable.”

    I challenged her. She never responded. I still have the WhatsApp conversation. Now I am doing what I promised, writing this review and I will continue to write more reviews on every platform I can find until I get my money back. Conveniently I updated my card so they can return my money to the card.

    It took me one keyword search to find someone else who also purchased the Mindvalley program with the 365 day money back guarantee. Thankfully he changed his mind after 2 days and he got his money back but not without being hassled. I saw other nightmare stories too. People canceling their subscriptions and still being charged for it.

    NEVER sign up for Mindvalley. Warn your family, warn your friends. They do not keep their word. I will never again do business with them. Never. I will tell anyone who would be interested NEVER to do business with them. They are liars.

    If my money is returned, I will delete this review and any others I will write between now and then. And really, Vice Media made a great special on Mindvalley that everyone real needs to watch. Go out and watch it right now, as soon as you can. You will quickly be dissuaded from spending your money with them.

  12. Can’t get 6 Phase Meditation Video as directed in his book.

    I pre-ordered his book (kindle) and followed the directions in the book to get the 6 Phase Meditation Video. I got worn down trying. It’s much easier joining the club than to get the free meditation video.
    I’m disappointed. It seems a little disappointing for someone who claims to want to change the world, to violate his noble intentions by not keeping his promises.

  13. Scammers

    Mind ally piped on my social media and I watched the video and decided to try out which with my busy schedule wouldn’t work therefore I went on line and just about the same way they tell you to cancel , I did . Surprisingly, I found out they charged my credit card for $399.00 and I attempted to contact their support team via telephone, email, and whatsapp and I get disconnected or no assistance at all. I am unable to access the online membership login. Due to the horrible customer service and inability to reach anyone, I cannot login to request a refund and I cannot reach anyone. Essentially, they took the money nearly $400.00 and have not received any services . I believe thier company is horrible and fraudulent.
    They may build reputation with good name at the beginning of their establishment but at the moment they have lost respect of their member and people who may want to join them . It is a big scam and ripoff!

  14. Mindvalley SCAMMER

    BEWARE BECAREFUL – IF YOU LIKE A PRESENTER PERHAPS SO DIRECT TO THE PERON NEVER THRU MINDVALLEY from my experiences… owed over $1600

    Mindvalley are shocking at refunding money and their app didn’t even work and they overcharged. Amazing how their team get back to you when you want to join but over a year later still waiting on an amount of $825 refunded and I cancelled my subscription and now they have taken out another $825. What a scam. Have sent messages on their fb which they keep deleting and messanger has a robot so no human the email addresses bounce back. So now will have to cancel my credit card because of their Mindvalley and Vishen scammers

    Please BECAREFUL

  15. Renewed subscription without notification

    I took out an annual subscription for MindValley in April 2020 for $399. I’ve just been billed for an automatic renewal of this subscription at a far higher rate of $598 and without my authority or authorisation. I’ve checked all mailboxes and there was definitely no email notification beforehand. Is this even legal?? I never agreed to this and am now being fobbed off by their customer support team with standard cut and paste responses which don’t answer the question and are all aimed at avoiding refunding. This strikes me as lacking any kind of transparency and being fairly shady behaviour.

  16. Scammed my mom

    My mom cancelled her MindValley subscription a year ago and they just charged her $500 again for this year even though she cancelled A YEAR AGO!! They are disgusting scammers. I told her Mindvalley was a bunch of pseudoscience guru BS from the start. $500 for some crappy pre recorded “classes” is ridiculous. You can find more helpful things on YouTube and in podcasts. Don’t give these people your money.

  17. Beware of auto renewal - They wont Refund $500 us dollar

    Beware of auto-renewal – and difficulties in reaching anyone. They hide behind messenger and WhatsApp – with automatic reply

  18. This review is bonkers.

    The first review above is absolutely bonkers. It’s a litany of woe about contacting customer service because they forgot to cancel after their free trial ended. Not one thing has been written about the offering of Mindvalley. It’s just one long whinge.

  19. Scam

    Yes, I also took the liberty to try their site and paid $499 for the year and could cancel in 15 days. I searched their area and was not really impressed with it, so I canceled.

    I canceled but later on realized it was not reimbursed to my account. I called which finding a phone number wasn’t easy.

    I spoke to someone at customer service, and they said I canceled, but I’m also supposed to hit some button after canceling for a refund.

    I don’t know if the refund button appeared or not, but if it did, I’m sure I would’ve hit refund. So he told me they would not refund me even though it shows I canceled.

    They are all about taking people’s money. I don’t trust them at all. It’s bad when companies like this still assist and feed off people to exist.

  20. Mindvalley has truly AWESomE programs worth every penny. If you don’t want to spend money, don’t enter your credit card information – ever.

    Read the fine print before signing up for stuff, and don’t call things a “scam” if you do not know what is being sold?

    I took free courses for months – with no charges – before deciding Mindvalley was worth diving deeper into.

    I bought a subscription and have been thrilled by the quality of every program I’ve completed. It’s truly worth every penny! I took free courses for months – with no charges – before deciding Mindvalley was worth diving deeper into.

    This “customer” didn’t even check out the agenda. It’s their fault they got nothing for their money spent – Not Mindvalley’s.

  21. A waste of time and money

    TLDR; Do not use mind valley. Use free alternatives like YouTube that have thousands of hours of helpful content. The ring you dry of money; they tell you that if you’ve failed, they’ve got another course to teach you to do better! Use free alternatives like YouTube that have thousands of hours of helpful content.

    At the beginning of lockdown, my relative was looking for something to do when they discovered a mind valley reading course, the service offering online calls to talk face to face with instructors. Though at first seeming harmless, these lessons became longer and more frequent to the point they were staying up late into the night. My relative became irritable when their calls were interrupted or delayed.

    Thousands of pounds went missing from a savings fund they share with their spouse, which they say was spent on mind valley courses and membership fees. They would go on about how cheap it was, how it was a long-term investment, and how they would get back on their feet after past troubles using the provided resources.

    After being questioned on how they lost money on a so-called “Free course,” they realized how little they had achieved for so much less. I am still unaware if they have completely withdrawn from the website due to how much they have kept from us and how withdrawn they have become.

    I find it suspicious that the positive reviews here all sing the same praises “Mind valley isn’t a scam. You just didn’t work hard enough!” or “It hurts me that these people think mind valley is a scam….” It’s amazing how cruel people will be for another penny in their pocket.

  22. Meditation happens!

    I heard the free masterclass and it was very interesting. However, for me meditation is a ‘happening’ and is a benediction from the DIVINE. No guided principle or person can reach you there. And when the meditation happens the GUIDANCE can come naturally.

  23. Reference to Joe Dispenza is misleading

    Your review about Joe Dispenza is misleading. Far from BS, it requires work. Looking for quick fixes will not bring results. What Joe Dispenza talks about is the results of doing deep inner work.

    If you are not prepared to get out of your own way and put in the work, then you will pre-ordain your own expectations and call it BS.

    The reality is that is BS expectations. The research is there with Joe Dispenza at UC SD being peer-reviewed by Bond University. Regarding Bruce Lipton, what he postulated appears to be now proven. But it seems he had enough of the pharma profit emphasis rather than the public health emphasis.

    People look for quick fixes, and pharm is only serving what people want. The reality is that many people would do anything rather than have an open mind to change not only their diet but their emotional history.

    1. I am a fan of mindvally… I am willing to listen with an open mind and apply what resonates with me… you have to be a proactive individual who can digest the deep level of content. It is probably not for everyone. However, it speaks to me.

      I can understand people’s misperception of Vishen; however, I find him real, honest, and just trying to elevate on a soul level.

      It is hard for soul sleepers to connect with enlightenment, and growth because they are in a conceptualizing prison focused on the negative.

      The good news is we can wake from that soul sleep at any point:)

  24. Excellent personal growth company

    I have been a subscriber with Mindvalley since early 2014 and have never had the problems that I read about with the person that lost $100. USD. I am located in Canada and have taken dozens of courses with very competent teachers. There are so many options to choose from there has to be something for everyone. However, that person said they were wanting something free, and then didnt even give it a shot by looking through the courses, never mind enroling in one. I have never found it difficult to contact this company, and have had a very good experience. The company has grown exponentially over that time and thousands of subscribers agree with me. Please experience it yourself before making up your mind!

  25. Stay away

    Stay away! Just another “spiritual” site who cares only for your money… and also knows how to get it and keep it as well!

    I signed up for one of Mindvalley’s programs after getting repeatedly promised that I have two weeks to see if it works for me.

    *After* I signed up, the *earliest* starting date that Mindvalley offered me was *one week later*.
    In more than one but less than two weeks after the program’s start, I decided that it isn’t for me and wanted to cancel it but I couldn’t get a refund, no matter that I was promised two weeks of trying the program out.
    (Mind you, it turned out that the first week was introductory and we didn’t even get into the actual program during it.)

    Also, we are talking about 370 dollars… which I saw flying away on something I was promised I could refund after trying it out.

    If you are wondering, I did manage to contact the support. All they did was sending me their love and heartfelt new-age wishes. No, really. They did.

    Again, stay away from Mindvalley. Just “spiritual” vultures.

  26. Mind Valley has more employees covering bad reviews than they do in customer support

    It’s obvious most of the “GOOD” reviews here have been posted by paid employees of Mind Valley.

    The primary business of Mind Valley is to take money, deliver the same content that is available free on YouTube then deny any refund based on a 15-day refund policy. That 15-day refund was added after I purchased the Silva Method for which the original sales video clearly stated, “full refund at any time”.

    The app is garbage and the “course” is set to start on certain days as if you’re actually in a classroom. The “course” consists of watching videos. It’s not a classroom setting by any stretch. Because my class started days after I purchased, this was already eating into that 15-day refund period. Hardly fair.

    Mind Valley has refused to refund me even though it took several days for them to reply to my multiple requests for a refund. (Another tactic to run out the 15-day refund rule.)

    I’m am disputing with my credit card payment. I will prevail and continue to spread the word of the rip off that Mind Valley is.

    1. Excellent personal growth company

      I resent reading that the people that have had a good experience with Mindvalley (in my case for 7 years) MUST WORK FOR MINDVALLEY!!!
      I live in Canada, and have not now nor have I ever had a connection with this company!!!
      Kindly give your own review, but do not include me in any of your bad taste
      and /or bad reviews!!

  27. Mindvalley is definitely not a scam

    It hurts me to read that Mindvalley is a scam. This company and community changed my life. For sure they have their flows in the customer experience but who doesn’t.

    The quality of the courses, the rapid innovations never stop impressing me.

    If you want to commit to growth and a new way of life, I would totally recommend Mindvalley.

    1. Note that Vissen is American yet prefers to operate outside of the US. Note that Vissen is American yet prefers to work outside of the US.

      No doubt the people we meet there can be wonderful, but it truly is a marketing scam. Note that Vissen is American yet prefers to operate outside of the US.

      Every foremost high-cost presenter lives in a remote area and pulls in high dollars for old videos. Lifebook starts at $600, and then they want over $300 for the next course.

      I didn’t ask for a refund, but I’m done parting with my hard-earned money so Jon and Missy can live on an island and import organic beef. Yes, many of the people you meet are great, but that doesn’t keep it from being a marketing scam.

  28. Mindvalley is a Money trap

    At the beginning it felt like these are a genuine group of people here to help, and make a change in this world. The sign for me was –
    They offer the money back at the end of the Lifebook course you take.

    Little did I know, that in order to complete the course – you have to complete hours on hours of study that goes on and on [and can be given in minutes instead], without any clear messages about where this is going, and how to follow through at the end.

    On the same time, you are being bombarded with marketing e-mails promising you millions of promises.

    Unless you are really on top of things, you get lost.
    The more you get in there, you realize that you are being led into a sophisticated marketing machine that will not really pay you back, rather – try to convince you to get more “free” products – ignoring the fact that you paid 500$ for the same spiritual and self-development content that you can get for free on other platforms.

    I just asked to have more time to complete the course, due to Corona effects on my family, keeping me from finalizing the course on time.

    Once all the e-mails received back from Pravina, the ‘support’ team, where only screenshots of small letters of conditions I missed, I realized –

    These guys are only in it for the money.

    I would recommend teachers you can find on the free Insight timer app,
    you can feel they are really there to help you, and you can donate without the sophisticated marketing trap system.

  29. Don't register for the trial, they'll scam your money!

    If you made the mistake of registering for their trial, then you have to contact your back and cancel your card.

    Even if you canceled your trail, they’ll still charge you for the year, and they won’t answer you till the 30 days refund policy is over. Don’t waste your money. The course itself is one big fat lie!

  30. Annoyning ads for another bullshit-priest

    Obviously bullshit in the line of Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton, Deepak Chopra.
    Absolutely useless rip off. Stay away from it, it will do you more harm than good.

  31. All about the $$ Good Luck getting a refund.

    MindValley refuses to honor my auto renewal subscription cancelation and refund my $595 for a course that I haven’t had time to use in almost a year. They deducted the money from my account a day early and I canceled immediately on the renewal date and they are refusing to do the right thing. Shame on you MindValley. I thought you genuinely cared about your long time customers. I was wrong. You are all about the $$.

  32. Forced sales pitches. Misleading.

    Very misleading. Forced sales pitches. You can’t fast forward, rewind or see how LONG the ‘classes’ are. Very frustrating. That’s because they are forced sales pitches. NOT what I thought I was buying into. The layout is SUPER confusing. courses, interviews, podcasts, mentorships, classes, events, all of them with being present on required days and times.

    1. more Negativity from Matthew Rupp, what a surprise. Covert Narc

      Mindvalley seems to be a decent company but watches the fine print. Some people come on here just to complain. Same as with the online forums they belong to. Seeing the same patterns here.

  33. Silva method program of Mind valley

    I signed up for the Silva method program of mind valley. It was about 360 dollars. Well… It was copy paste of Silva s method and actually there was some missing parts…. the guy on the audio records LITERALLY REPEATED everything from Silva s mp3 cds.. almost word by word. Once i asked in the community that if there are any expanded research/practice added to the program which is worth 300 + dollar because i got the Silva method cd s for 70 bucks, well they deleted my comment and blocked my account from interacting with the community.
    Another info: Vishen talks about meditation like how to meditate why we do this why we do that, well thats all UTTER nonsense. As a Taoist master, i highly recommend to everyone not to take advises from this guy because it is strongly misleading!

    1. Yup it's not worth $300+

      You are definitely right.origunal Silva method Audiobooks from Jose Silva’s daughter Laura Silva are pretty much better than Mindvalley,also courses from Jose silva jr and Ed Brnd jr Silva Ultramind programs are awesome as well ,they might be cheaper than Mindvalley courses comparatively

  34. Would have been better if you'd been able to take a course or two.

    This review would have been better if you’d been able to try some courses. I’ve taken three of them and never had a problem. Regarding the billing thing: like all companies, probably depends on what customer service person you reach, time of day, etc.

    Regarding the classes, think of it like school: 60% of what you learn won’t be used past the end of the class. The courses have been helpful, and I’ve gotten useful things from them that I continue to use. One class isn’t going to change your life, but trying new things will. The classes get you to think about different things, and to try thinking differently.

    They give stories to relate to, and the free 1.5 hr free masterclasses are FREE. They give a taste of the course, introduce the teacher, their story, and then give you some pieces of info you may find useful. If that doesn’t fit what you’re going for then that class probably isn’t for you.

  35. Your fault

    So you didn’t try anything, decided to ‘wait a month’ to get a refund, and then complained when you couldn’t? How entitled are you? This is ridiculous.

    Anyone who says Mindvalley is a scam was likely trying to scam Mindvalley by doing things like getting a free month and then complaining that they couldn’t get their refund.

    All rules about refunds and other things are laid out clear as day. Just be a decent a human being and follow the rules.

    1. Mindvalley Scam - Paid reviews

      Mindvalley hires reviewers to ‘clean up’ negative reviews. Absolutely clear here – Some one star reviews actually criticising the complaints and defending Mindvalley.

      There are companies that actually do care about the consumers well being. You’ll learn the make it really easy to opt out or refund if you genuinely did not learn anything. And they can because the product they sell you isn’t a ‘digital consumable’. That means you can sell the product infinity times. Not like a T-shirt that reduces inventory.

      Mindvalley is a scam.

      The reviewers here defending Mindvalley are paid.

    2. Amen!

      Be kind to yourself and stop buying your own victim story… there are rules and procedures… just follow them.

  36. Not a Scam in the least bit.

    I have personally used multiple programs through Mindvalley and can attest that if you set proper expectations and make the proper life changes that come from the opportunity you provide yourself…success will be had.

    It is very challenging in some of these programs and as it should be. If these areas in life were easy no one would need any guidance or much less guidance to educate themselves properly to do them.

    my .02

  37. disgusting lying adverts

    sat through an advert offering free master class this guy vishen lakhiani repeating the same stuff in the advert for an hour at least telling boring naieve stories of success stories over and talking about incidents in his life that none of us give a fk about this naieve man is driving people away and by the time it got to the 4 points at the end i was too angry to even listen to any of it this idiot thinks that quantity is better than quality (cheap mindset) if he had spent ten minutes talking about his stories and got straight into it instead of actually treating us like kids thinking we were INTERESTED in his life story over and over again i may have been interested but now i know that is just lots of quantity (meaningless words before it leads anywhere) i will never spend a penny with them i guess it goes back to the old saying of talking yourself out of a sale after you could have sold it he is the owner so nobody could stop him boring us making himself the video maker lolol i know a clever sales man would have known how to pitch it properly i myself would have been able to sell the program since iv always been a sales queen

    1. Poor spelling and grammar summarizes it all...

      Jane,

      With all of your run-on sentences, lack of grammatical markings, atrocious spelling errors, and use of SMS abbreviations in a written “report” that is meant to inform users of potential scams, this “report” of yours seems like the biggest scam overall.

      The only thing that I see when I read this is a troll who hasn’t bothered to look at any of the actual materials offered by MindValley, and just go off on a tirade, spouting baseless facts and opinions with anti-grammatical lunacy and idiocy.

  38. Unfair assumption without trying out the course

    That is purely an unfair assumption about the courses when you clearly stated you did not go through the free material. I downloaded 7 of their materials online, some worked for me some just couldnt keep up. But the quality was definitely there in all their workshop. Also you need a lot of time and an open mind to practise these courses. You cannot train your mind in 7 days, neither can you read a book super fast like Jim Kwik says and some of the concepts may sound a bit like pseudo science. You need to constantly upgrade your skills and keep an open mind, it might work for some and not work for others. Only disadvantage, they are costly and some of their material are available and better explained free by motivational experts.

    1. Why I chose to leverage Technology to save money

      This comment is supposed to be wither sharing an experience or leaving a tip. I am gonna leave a tip. Courses are of at least $500 each at MindValley. And, it is highly likely, whenever you signup with your bank card (credit/debit) details, that either you miss the chance to cancel the subscription or the organisation plays some tricks to NOT TO GIVE you your money back. So, being enthusiastic for the personal development, I searched if those course are available for free, even if it violates the copyright ©️. I’d suggest the same to you if you value your money more compared to the justification to the creators and their copyright.

      Well, sources are there such as T-O-R*REN*T SITES AND ‘????Gram’ Channels.

  39. Mindvalley is not a scam

    I’ve been working on several courses through Mindvalley – it’s not a scam, at all. I had a few snags with billing that were sorted immediately. The content is thought-provoking and encourages self-awareness and a greater understanding of a broad range of ‘soft skills’, which (as a professional life coach) I’ve been able to develop and apply.
    It’s not for everyone and requires a willingness to put aside entrenched thinking and choose to think differently and with an open-mind.
    I’d recommend it, but with a caveat that you only get out of it what you’re willing to put in.
    DEFINITELY not a scam.

  40. I didn't try but I don't like it...

    How can you tell something is not worth it when you didn’t try it???

    I get, and respect, your frustration so make it about their customer services, at least. It felt unfair and really did not help…

  41. Sorry I gave one star to the person writing these reviews. 5 stars to Mind Valley.

    It IS IMPORTANT to have realistic expectations of things and to know what YOU need as a person.

    If you are looking for good information or a positive community to network with, then Mindvalley is great!

    1. Scammers

      I’m sure you work with MindValley or know the people who do. In any case I believe the victims that wrote these reviews. SCAMMERS SCAMMERS SCAMMERS! SCAMMERS!!!

  42. Sounds like a personal problem...

    You were to busy and chose not make any time to use a great service.

    I have bought and used a class from Mindvalley. It was great.

    I also bought a class and returned nearly two weeks later because I didn’t have time. Got a full Refund.

    If you can’t commit, just take the free masterclasses they offer (which offer great information but of course is just one free class as a part of a paid program)

    Or just go on their social Media and enjoy the community for free.

  43. Mindvalley Jim Kwik Review + Lifebook + Superbrain

    This review is for Mindvalley Jim Kwik super brain and lifebook. All these stuff are really none of use in real life. They are just a motivation speaker rather than the trainer. One should not pay that much on motivation speech. Robinson is best if you are after motivations speech. Jim Kwik’s super brain is fuss and so lifebook

    1. Mindvalley is phenomenal

      I love Mindvalley is not a scam. I totally agree with the replay with which Julie had a problem.

      Commit, put the time in, work the quests, your life or you will be positively changed.

      I jump on and get annual subscriptions every couple years or so… sometimes several in a row.

      It’s an investment in yourself. It’s under $2 a day. We have no problem spending 3 times that amount on a coffee, on premium TV channels that tune us into zombies and lead us to live disconnected lives.

      It’s not a scam.

  44. Scam - problems with billing, refunds, and quality of workshop

    I signed up for a couple of programs and once I realized how ridiculous they were, I cancelled within less than 3 days. I couldn’t get anyone to answer their phone. Email didn’t work. What a nightmare! They made mistake after mistake after mistake. Some of the content of some of these workshops is bullshit. It caused me a lot of grief dealing with a company that says “superior support” and have the worst possible support. If the company would be based in the United States, Vishen could never get away with this. But because he and his company is based in Malaysia, well, anything goes. BUYER BEWARE!!!!

    Save your money, time and avoid frustration. There are plenty of excellent spiritual education sites on the internet that are more trustworthy.