Natalie Ledwell

Natalie and her Mind Movies is a fake visualization techniques

I heard about MindMovies and how a lady named Natalie Ledwell’s techniques made people visualize powerfully, which helped them to get what they wanted. When I got to know about her, I couldn’t stop researching more about her techniques.

I got tired of working at my place and was looking to start my own business. But somewhere in my mind, I was still confused between these both. I contacted Natalie, and she told me how we could get all our dreams successful and never look back on our life. I thought this could be a great tool for helping me decide which way I had to go.

So, I went on their websites which had really lucrative reviews and great appreciation for Natalie. People considered her God, thanked her for helping them. And these reviews were quite a lot in numbers. It was hard not to get convinced by seeing them. They also provided us with some free packs before the start.

I took those 6 free pack videos to see how things worked. It talked about the Law of attraction and things that I had never heard about before. It talked about the secret of life where Mind was considered Genie and could help us achieve whatever we needed and wanted. I thought of giving it a try and purchased one of their big packages.

After purchasing this, I was really excited to know more than those 6 videos. I started watching them, and there were seminars too included in the package. After watching them, I asked them whether they had sent me the same videos as the free packs because this was the same.

After many arguments, they realized that they had sent me the same thing and were ready to rectify their mistake. I had to send them the material back, which did cost me some dollars. It wasn’t about the dollars, though, but the time it took really delayed my decision. By that time, my performance at the job was deteriorating since I wasn’t able to make that decision. They told me that they would do the replacement within 3 days.

When I was expecting their deliveries, they called me telling me that I would have to wait for 4 more days as their delivery boy had some issues. This is where I think they sounded really unprofessional and running away from work. I had paid them dollars as they asked me to, but now I wasn’t getting the return.

After 10 days, I finally received what they told me I would be receiving in 7 days. I decided to cancel the purchase because of their unprofessional behavior. This was when the real trouble started. They started ignoring me completely. My phones went unanswered, emails with no replies. I even sent them a letter to their PO Box but all in vain.

They were so adamant about not giving the money back. I did not want this anymore because I had already decided to start my own business. The real purpose of purchasing MindMovies was already solved.

I did not need this anymore, but they did not answer me. Two weeks later, they called me asking why wasn’t I visiting their seminars. I told the person about my issue, and he seemed really sorry about this and asked me whether I could wait till he was transferring the call to his head. I was then connected to the head who did not pick up, and it went to voicemail. I called them again, and no one picked up this time as well. I thought of forgetting everything and started watching it.

I found a peculiarity in their Mind Movies. This woman Natalie Ledwell is a fraud. There has been a movie on this topic by the name, The Secret of Life. There is also a book by the same name. Its author is Rhona Byrne, and Natalie Ledwell is nowhere in the scene. She has just copied everything and gave her name to it. I wondered what the world was doing and if I was the only one who noticed this. I called, and this time I wanted to talk with Natalie to know what this exactly was. I reached her PA, but Natalie was still nowhere in the scene.

I was perplexed about what to do and what not to. Also, the last set which they sent me had scenes repeated from the previous one. They talked about how we could get a Mercedes Car if we imagined that we were actually sitting in a car and changed gears every day. This is what they recommended us to do every day.

They also told us how we could earn money if we wanted to, by doing nothing but imagining, in my opinion, was nuts. I told my closest colleague what a fool I have been, and he told me about his neighbor who bought just the same set as mine and was charged double the price. He talked about how he would sue Natalie in court about the con she did to him.

Anyone trying to purchase this software, I want them to read this review in-depth and understand how these guys are hitting and swallowing your money. They have lots of software available in the market just by the same name. One of those is MindMovies 3.0. They talk about self-help and spirituality, but they are fraudsters.

First, they have nothing of their own, and secondly, they portray it in a manner that is not at all true. Who would get a Mercedes Benz by sitting at home, without doing any work? Are these guys and their fans out of their minds? Instead, this program does the opposite, and it becomes a hindrance for the people who really want to work.

Right now, the condition is that I have lost my job, and my business has been ruined. This program became my worst nightmare, thanks to my colleague that guided me the right way, i.e., to throw away this program and start working; otherwise, I would have been changing gears in my imagination, and people would be working their asses out for buying real Mercedes.

In conclusion, if anyone is thinking of doing anything like this, PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT SPEND YOUR DOLLARS ON THIS. No professional or reputable company is going to behave in the manner they did. I lost all my faith in work, but I gained back, just because of my colleague. Don’t fall for Natalie Ledwell; she is just a fraudster.

Is Natalie Ledwell a scam?
Natalie Ledwell is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Natalie Ledwell legit?
First Natalie Ledwell is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Natalie Ledwell’s consumers?
There is/are 16 review(s) posted about Natalie Ledwell and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Medium.
Where is Natalie Ledwell located?
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How much monetary loss is incurred by Natalie Ledwell’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $1500 was the total loss incurred by Natalie Ledwell’s customers.

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16 Reviews on Natalie Ledwell



  2. Unethical business practice

    I enrolled in 5 minutes prosperity for free. Apparently, it auto renewed, and charged me without my knowledge. But, I couldn’t cancel myself without contacting the Support.

    The content is below average and not authentically hers. I had it somewhere else. There was no notification about auto-renewal or charging us. What an unethical business practice.

  3. everyone is different

    Everything she does is great to inspire people to think positively and look for in your life. I know that if you believe in something and think about it, picturing it daily, then it can happen.

    You have to put your heart and soul into what you want. You cannot have negativity anywhere in your mind, or nothing will happen for you. I used to be negative.

    Very negative.

    I have changed my ways so much throughout the years, and it makes a big difference in how you see things in life.

    Just because something didn’t work out for you the way you wanted it to right away, you need to change up things in your life.

    Study what Natalie is doing.

    She gives all the keys to success and a happy life if you follow everything correctly and follow through with it every day. Everyday!

    Do not give false hope to others because this wasn’t working for you. It is working for me and many others out there.

  4. Hard sales pitch at the end of webinar

    P.T. Barnum was famous for saying, “there is a sucker born every minute.”

    Buyer beware,

    I was recently on a different webinar that had a different subject matter but the same format. They take you through their program of what they say they can do for you and tell you sure you can do this yourself, but we are going to hold your hand, and here is what you get…. but are you up to the challenge? Or are you not a go-getter? We are lowering our price considerably just for you, but we are creating artificial scarcity, and it won’t be available later if you don’t act now.

    The Law of attraction is real, but I am kind of new to it. So I thought I would listen in for free, but I knew the hard sales pitch was coming after my previous experience. I closed the tab, once it got to the pushy part—common sales tactics and patterns. I have a personal guideline of never pay for what you could get for free online. And the pushier they get, the less I think I want to do it anyway. Why so pushy? If the program is so great, it should sell itself.

    I never heard of her except through infomercial, I was curious, but I knew I wasn’t going to buy any program. I just wanted to hear what she had to say. It was an interesting exercise that may have mildly helped. But wasn’t anything I haven’t heard from free videos on youtube.

    When I said $17 down from 97, I was like, yea, why such a slash in the price? Why not just be free?

  5. Relax and seek more info

    It seems this person is new to the idea of the “law of attraction.” It’s like he came up to the law of attraction buffet, took a heaping plate full of the first thing he came to, and then, when it didn’t taste so good, started complaining. Seems reasonable. Avoidable but reasonable. Seek, and you will find.

    I believe Natalie has good intentions, but then I’m not a long-time follower and haven’t purchased material. I typically don’t purchase except for an occasional book—lots of youtube.

    I’m still looking into her material for myself. And what did I read in one of the posts about Rhonda Byrne being some sort of founder of the law of attraction, lol? I believe she was noted to have learned from Neville Goddard, who started teaching back in the 1950s, but the phrase law of attraction is older than that.

    Neville is an awesome teacher, long since passed away, but lots of old recordings on youtube. Just another option on the buffet.

    Many many other options, such as Abraham Hicks, Wayne Dyer, Jake Ducey, to name a few. I understand if Natalie’s material didn’t work for you and you’d like your money back just like anything else.

    Hopefully, they eventually made things right. You’ve probably figured it out by now but maybe start by widening your focus.

    Then you can begin to sort through it all and find what resonates well with you. I think you’ll find that what seems like crazy talk now may not seem so crazy after more meditation and study on the subject.

  6. I'm sure it started out with the best of intentions...

    The premise of a mind movie is great – putting together audio and visuals that you can watch on a daily basis for positive affirmation will do wonders for your well being.

    HOWEVER, the exorbitant prices being charged by Mind Movies makes this nothing less that a money grab… and no, abundance at the expense of other people is NOT your birthright. Anyone can whip up a mind movie using Powerpoint for free (and I would encourage everyone to do so!) I understand that they are a business, but how can they justify charging US$297 for a program that is essentially a photo editor, not to mention the countless add ons they pedal to consumers with the look and feel of a timeshare presentation?

    What I found most disappointing is that they come recommended via Dr. Joe Dispenza’s ‘Becoming Supernatural’ book. I’ve found Dr. Joe’s books along with his Gaia streaming series just so on point – a brilliant marrying of science and metaphysics – and they have really helped me to get back into meditation on a daily basis. I believe when Dr. Joe recommended Mind Movies he did so from a good place, and I believe Mind Movies started out from a good place, but to realise they originally charged US$97 for a product that has now tripled in price since launching in 2008 on is NOT ok.

    You do not need this product for your growth.

  7. Descriptive Review on Mind Movies

    Great Descriptive Review. Thank You.

    If people think that this is the key to their happiness, then they should beware. It takes a lot of effort, to say the least, to change your life, and watching movies every day won’t do anything but perhaps make you a little more positive about yourself and your situation.

    In other words, you’ve got to Do something to change your life, not just watch a movie. Yes, it’s great to become motivated and positive by a movie, but do you want to spend the money… Do you need to do that… that’s up to you.

    I don’t think it’s right to promote Mind Movies like it’s All someone needs. Maybe it’s a start but certainly an expensive one.

  8. I listened to the hourlong clip and really think it could help me and many others too.
    The only downside is the $477 for the pack. If they sharpened their pencils extremely sharp then I would buy the product. I certainly wouldn’t pay what they’re asking. It’s in my nature to haggle.

Reported Loss :1500 $
Severity of Scam :Medium
Reported by : Anonymous
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