The Lost Ways Reviews

The Lost Ways
( 2 reviews )

About The Lost Ways

The Lost Ways, found online at, is a guidebook written by Claude Davis which promises to give people the knowledge and skills they need to survive in case of an extreme crisis.  

How Does It Work?

According to their website, the creator of The Lost Ways realized that his family and his friends and their families had simply become much too comfortable feeling that they could walk out their door and purchase anything they needed – food, clothing, items for their home, and anything else they needed. 

Unfortunately, there are many different times in modern day life when these kinds of conveniences are no longer available, like after a major storm of nature event where people lose access to power and running water, and suddenly the grocery stores are empty. 

Most people in these situations would have no idea how to grow their own food, store their own water, or even protect their own home and family. But Claude Davis realized that he was surrounded by people who did know these things – his grandparents and great-grandparents.  


So utilizing all the people that he could, he collected an amazing amount of information in his book “The Lost Ways,” and all of it is intended to give people the knowledge and information they will need if the worst circumstances occur. 

Cost/Price Plans

Currently this company is offering this book in a collection with three different bonus reports, including What Every Survivalist Should Grow in His Backyard, How to Outlive an EMP the Early Pioneer Way, and A Step-by-Step Guide to Building Your Own Can Rotation System. In addition, customers will get to choose the format in which they would like these products to be delivered.

Customers who are ok with simply being able to digitally download all of this information can do so for just $37.00, while customers who prefer physical products to be mailed to them will pay $37.00 plus a Shipping and Handling charge of $7.99. Customers can also choose to receive both formats, also for $37.00 plus the $7.99, for a total of $44.99.

Refund Policy

This company is currently selling all their products through the Clickbank digital marketplace, which means that they automatically provide a 60 day Refund Policy. The Lost Ways website does say that they are more than willing to provide a refund during this time period, but customers who contact their Customer Service team and don’t get the assistance they need should contact Clickbank directly and ask them to process the refund on your behalf.       

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at [email protected] or by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact link.


This book does appear to get a lot of very positive reviews online, though it does seem as though almost all the websites that provide positive reviews of this book also provide an affiliate link where they will earn money from the sale of the book.

That being said, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of red flags regarding this book. The writer says that all the information in the book is old school, traditional living-off-the-earth skills and knowledge simply intended to help people help themselves when in the worst situations or simply because they want to be more self-sufficient. 

It’s also sold through the Clickbook marketplace, which means that it has a guaranteed 60 day Refund Policy, and appears to be reasonably priced, especially when you take into account the three additional reports.    

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are many, many other people, websites, and companies on the market today that specialize in providing people with survival-style information and products that will help them weather bad times, natural disasters, and even economic crises. These products include Survival Seeds 4, and many others.   

If you have any experience with The Lost Ways or their products, please leave your reviews below.

2 ‘The Lost Ways ’ Reviews
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Cheap and misleading
July 23, 2021
I ordered this book and it shows a hard cover, it wasn't, I was supposed to receive the other 3 books with this but didn't. It was cheap and looked like it was photo copied and looked very cheap. I would not have bought this book if I would have known it was a scam. Oh I got the book it was a soft cover and cheap.

Its a pretty good book
September 6, 2019
The info is extensive and useful if you don't have a problem putting in the work