About Patriot Survival Plan
The Patriot Survival Plan from Matt Stevens is a survivalist training and information course which claims that it can teach anyone how to be completely prepared for an economic and societal disaster.
Their website makes some very extravagant claims, saying that anyone “from 9 to 90 years old” can follow their system, which covers “everything,” and that people who finish their course will be as prepared as any expert.
The video presentation on this website sets forth an argument made by many other people also selling survivalist materials, like CrisisEducation.com and FoodForPatriots.com that the United States is on the brink of a crisis which will affect everything, from the power supply to the food supply.
In addition they assert that during the time of this crisis, the government will not only fail at helping people, but will actually become problematic as they have the ability to confiscate food, weapons, and even homes from people.
The Patriot Survival Plan says that this course can teach people how to turn $200 into a large supply of 37 essential food items, including three “super foods” which can help you survive a crisis with good nutrition.
It also claims to teach you how to keep your electrical home appliances all running, even when the traditional power grid collapses, without using a generator. Generators run on oil which isn’t a reliable resource during a crisis.
Finally, the training course also promises to teach their customers how to keep the military out of their homes and how to survive “Urban Warfare,” including a trick Matt Stevens learned from journalists which will let you move through dangerous riots, unarmed and unharmed.
The Patriot Survival Plan can be purchased for $37.00 and comes with a 60 day money back refund policy. During the first two months after purchase if you decide you are unhappy with what you have received, you can call their Customer Service and explain why it is you want to return the product and they will give you instructions on how to complete the return process.
If you have any experience with this program, please leave your Patriot Survival Plan reviews below.
15 ‘Patriot Survival Plan’ Reviews
I have a question....
My question is.....IF money will be worthless in the near future, then why can't I just send this guy a valuable can of beans for the information?
Sca I am neither white or born here but I do support those people that believe in the US Cosntitution and God !
You are a coward !
We are not all like you we will stand our ground and defend our values with blood something you can even think because you are to weak and ignorant.
And still critic those thatprovide you with a blanket of security so you can mouth off your hate !
You will be the first sell out snitch and Narc in a crisis also you would be the first one to go in front of a firing squad for treason!
If the dollar is at the brink of collapse, then why all the claims of how much the program is worth, and how much one is saving? Why not just give the information away for free? Wouldn't it be better to provide the public with the information free of charge? Wouldn't he want to increase the number of people who are prepared for this alleged crisis? Why would he hoard this information if it is so useful and life-saving in the face of what he claims is inevitable martial law? Why is he padding his bank account with dollars that are going to be worth nothing in the very near future?
Thanks to all for the heads up about the "Patriot Survival Plan". Our family are not preppers. We enjoy our lives right now without fear of the future. Any calamity that comes about will be too big to survive unless by lucky chance.. So why worry about it?
What a Charlatan
I reviewed the terms and conditions page and they contradict the law. Matt makes express guarantees that if you are not happy you can return the product, yet the terms and conditions disclaim, in conspicuous all capitals, all express and implied warranties. A merchant can not disclaim express guarantees. Additionally, it states that the sale is "as is" which means that there are no express or implied warranties. Very ambiguous. I watched a portion of the video and think there is a case against Darwin's survival of the fittest theory because if anyone bought this, and not as a joke, I'm wondering how they managed to survive this long.