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Project: Yourself

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Project: Yourself by Amish Shah has been released and there’s been a lot of buzz around it as many internet marketers have been promoting it to their mailing lists. No doubt you have seen their promotions and came here looking for reviews to see what it’s all about.

As usual with these kind of promotions Project: Yourself promises a lot and gives you a bunch of reasons why you should jump on it. We, however, always advocate doing your research and not rushing into it. Even if Amish Shah will close their Project: Yourself program there will be other similar programs to follow, be assured. You will not miss the opportunity.

So when is the right time to join Project: Yourself, if ever? First you really have to think about whether it’s something you can invest your money and time in. Keep in mind that any investment is risky and you can lose your money, regardless of what the advertising is promising you. Always try to see through hype.

Lastly, this page should serve as a Project: Yourself review where users leave feedback after using the program, or report a scam if it comes to it. We have set up a rating system to do just that. You can rate the program on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the best, 1 being the worst) based on different aspects of it, such as its features, customer support, value for the money and overall rating. That way you will be able to see at a glance what the majority of Project: Yourself users think.

Should you have any comments about Project: Yourself or Amish Shah in general, feel free to leave it below.

9 Comments

  1. I bought a small Buddha statue from their website six weeks ago and never got what I paid for. They sent me a receipt but when you click on “track your package” it doesn’t open and gives you a error message. I saw other people put similar comments about being scammed online on their Facebook and Instagram but the comments are removed shortly after. They blocked me from their Instagram for warning people that they are a scam. I will never see my $25 back but I urge people to be careful and not purchase anything from them unless you want to throw miney down the drain! Complete scam!

  2. Awakened Woman Reply

    This is a scam company. Their website charged my card erroneously, did not send anything, and did not refund as promised for their error. DO NOT TRUST or USE THIS COMPANY> This website fronts itself as one thing but doesn’t have the integrity to back it up. DO NOT ORDER ITEMS from this website. To the company: Please refund my account as promised .

  3. Peggy Salba-Honnet Reply

    I’ve tried contacting their customer service in reference to a continued debit towards my account. I had to report to my bank and closed the account, as no one returned my repeated request at all. I endured 90 days of repeat phone calls, and email messages to have a live person speak with me. I think that this is in bad taste to not respond. This was really money down the drain for both company and me. So disappointed!!!!

  4. Carole Vercellino Reply

    I ordered and got my product that broke second day I wore it, they charged my account for two charges on one day then two weeks later again same charges for same amounts $113.97 all together I’m out. I have called every day for 15 days so far and every e-mail address I can find associated to them I’ve written multiple times. only reply is generic email that they got my concern and will get back to me in 48 hours ….they are phony and dishonest for a company that is suppose to sell “good vibe” product…all I got was BS.
    I am finding any where I can to warn others of thier bad service and product.

  5. Do not order from this company!!!!! They charged my account twice and still have not refunded me. Nobody gets back to you. Scam, scam, scam!!!!!!!!

  6. They are crooks..they make there money on DOUBLE BILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE!!!..

  7. This website just takes cheap chinese products and re-sells them with fancy origin stories… mom bought a bracelet for 40 bucks, bought a similar one on ebay for 8 dollars… exactly the same

  8. I ordered a bracelet. I was charged for two even though I know I only ordered one, I’ve emailed asking for a refund , no reply. I’ve done some internet research on the founder of this business. He has been convicted for computer hacking in the past. I don’t think I’ll see my money or the bracelet at all. SCAM SCAM SCAM !!!

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