Reviews – Legit or Scam?, a website run by internet marketing guru Mark Joyner, is dedicated to a variety of things.  First, Simpleology is a self help method meant to help you focus on your goals, eliminate distractions, and realize your potential.  Secondly, also features training courses that can help you with your business goals. has a free membership program that acts as a sort of introduction to what Simpleology is all about: Simpleology 100.  Once you’ve completed the free program, you can move on to the Simpleology Pro, which costs $7 a month and gives you access to further courses, or you can join Simpleology Elite for $47 a month, which allows you access to everything on the site. receives mixed reviews from its customers.  While many people seem very satisfied with the self help, motivational aspect of the courses, there are equally as many people who have said they’ve heard this same approach before, that it’s not really anything new.

Some people love Mark Joyner’s business advice, while others find it unhelpful.  To be fair, Mark Joyner is a very successful internet marketer who has created many well known internet marketing programs over the years.  If you are interested in internet marketing, or the marketing field in specific, you may feel that you get more out of the courses than others do.

In general, it seems like with many motivational business models, it works for some and not for others.  The one complaint that seemed to come up often was that after signing up for the Simpleology program, people began receiving mass amounts of emails from Mark Joyner and associates he partners with promoting other products and programs for the Simpleology members.  With this in mind, you may want to set up a separate email account to use for Simpleology, unless you’re ok with having your regular inbox flooded with these promotions.

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  • OMG. I signed up for his webinar. Damn thing was 3.5 hours long.

    Who got time for that shit?
  • Can you send me a copy of it, just want ot see it before I invest anything with these guys.


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  • It appears to me (and I've been tricked into signing up a few times) that to join the "Free" version is to join an endless marketing funnel... with very little value. Constant pop-ups with more free stuff... except its not free stuff. Constant emails and worse still is the constant blathering of Joiner.

    When your product needs constant marketing, pop-up, email, video support, constant up selling and constant empty promises your product is overpriced. If Joiner were half the "Marketing Guru" that is claimed, he'd realize this. He's the type of sales guy that gives the sales industry a bad name. Lots of hype, not much delivery.... NEVER AGAIN!!
  • I "purchased" a calendar from Simpleology--I paid $9.95 for shipping and handling and the calendar was "free".

    Don't waste the time, energy or money. Not worth it!!!!!!!!!

    Way too much hype for one phrase. That's what you are paying for.

    The calendar is very small and 12 months. The same words are written on EVERY page and the pictures were so so.
  • I think they have their service, but they run it with a few scam gimmicks: spamming AND unnotified jump to a paid subscription. I have not got an e-mail that gives me a choice to proceed to a paid membership or to end right there when the free trial ends. There is no membership cancellation button either!
  • I found it invaluable as a list of things to be done that will never be lost, you can add anytime with any method (text, smart phone, mobile app), and break tasks down to simple to dos, repeat reminders etc... to set the flow of work for the week (daily it's difficult to keep updating) Works really well with a GTD system. I pay the $7 per month for the basic service.
  • I fell for subscribing to one of their services, the interface never worked, It took a month for them to get around to refunding my first month's charge. In that time, they charged me for a second month and refused to refund it! To this day, I carry a "credit" there because they just won't give my money back to me. I have reached out to them several times, still no resolution, years have passed! Once I tried to use the credit to buy calendars that they were hawking, but they refused to allow me to spend my money that they owe me in this way. They stated that I could only apply the credit to a subscription service with them. Who ever heard of restricting "store credit" to something that forces the consumer to sign up for recurring monthly charges. It is sad that this is what Mark Joyner has resorted to.
  • Simpleology is definitely useful, but in this day and age of the $5.00 app, it is WAY overpriced. In fact, it is probably worth about $20.00 total; not $500+ per year. After you are in, it takes a fair amount of work to get out, so I think many people like me keep thinking they will exit "next month."
  • I would like to cancel my free membership with simpleology elite. How do i do that?
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