CrisisEducation.com is the online home of a video presentation that talks to people about why it is they should consider producing their own food at home, and how it is they can do it effectively and affordably.
According to the online presentation, people are becoming sick and tired of “big business” producing their food, especially as more and more studies have shown that genetically engineered food has been shown to cause diseases and early death in rats. And unfortunately, the vast majority of the food eaten by Americans today is genetically modified and mass produced.
But CrisisEducation.com says they can teach their users how to fee their entire family for one month with just a four foot by four feet garden and $10, using simple food techniques which have been around since the ancient Babylonians.
The guide you can purchase at CrisisEducation.com – for just $7 – promises to provide you with 10 different important lessons for independently producing food. They say you will learn how to produce 118 pounds of food from your own homegrown plot, as well as the truth about “free seeds,” and how to keep your garden secret.
The guide will also teach how to garden efficiently without ever lifting a shovel, how you can “stalk stack” to boost your food yield, as well as the method you can use to grown food in cold areas, which is very important for people who live further north.
And finally, the guide will also teach you a trick to use for building your own garden even if you are older or have mobilization problems, the three things your plants will need to be strong and healthy, what you can do to force your plants to yield between 400% and 600% more efficient crops, and how to use all this knowledge to not only save money, but also to make money.
There are also other companies who offer gardening advice, like Backyard Liberty or Survival Seeds 4 Patriots, but CrisisEducation.com says that their guide can be read in 15 to 20 minutes and have you ready to start your new garden in just one weekend.
If you have any experience with this guide, please leave your CrisisEducation.com reviews below.
9 ‘CrisisEducation.com’ Reviews
Can get your money back
I made this purchase knowing that it sounded too good to be true. Then I found all these bad reviews. So I sent an email to cancel the order saying I wanted my money back and I got it! No problems
Credit card Scam!
Appears to be solely to get your card information. I ordered the little book for $7.00 but have now over three weeks gotten on my debit card a series of charges ranging $27.00 to $9.95. Now again today there is another $27.00 charge! No one answers at the phone number on the charge. I am headed to the bank to stop this nonsense!
The Bum's Finally in Jail for Assault
You'll all be happy to know that he's spending some time in jail! Background: This company has only been organized since April, 2013. The only thing about his videos that you might be interested in is that he ticks every.last.box in terms of how scams are presented. Literally does not miss one. "He" is Christopher G. Oyolokor. BTW, he leaves the "#301" off the published address, which you need to contact him.
He assaulted someone last month and was charged. Completely consistent with how folks say he treats them. http://www.justmugshots.com/texas/travis-county/23673989
Unfortunately, if you're here, you've probably already been scammed. I ordered their so called $7 report then the next month my wife asks what this $9 charge for Crisisedu with the phone number (512)900-2712 but they don't answer and haven't called back yet... if they ever will. I used my debit card when I first ordered the report so unfortunately, to stop this recurring billing, I had to get a new card. I swear I got this Crisis Edu ad from Glenn Beck and his Marketplace and I'll be sending them a stinky note also. I used to believe in Beck but now I see he's just another snake oil salesman and he'll sell any crap on his network that gives him a cut. DO NOT FALL INTO THIS TRAP!! .
Typical internet scam
This is the typical internet scam. Pay for a simple report and being enrolled for an ongoing subscription without your knowledge or agreement. No one ever answers the phone nor do they respond to emails as they suggest is the preferred method of contact. We all need to report them to the FBI, The Consumer Fraud Department, our local State Attorney General's Office and possibly bring a class action lawsuit against them.