Mindvalley

Mindvalley is not worth your money

I was going through the website of Mindvalley, and that is when I decided to get the free trial version of the programs.

It was a 7-day free trial program.

I was sure that 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 for $99.99.

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

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

So, I tried to reach these people—however, no luck. So, I decided to use 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 am not sure 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 sent them an email stating 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 time, this guy was named Tim, 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 sent mails, and I 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 that 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 now 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 not sure if they would still charge for my subscription once the entire year is over, even when I would cancel the subscription.

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.

Is Mindvalley legit?
Mindvalley is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 28 consumer(s) was/were given a Mindvalley as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Mindvalley located?
Mindvalley is headquarted at online, USA. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Mindvalley by dialing +1 888 5978384 or visit their website www.mindvalley.com.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Mindvalley’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Mindvalley’s customers, US $100 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is high.

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28 Reviews on Mindvalley

  1. 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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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:)

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

Reviews:28
Reported Loss :100 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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