SoldOutAfterCrisis.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?

August 30th, 2011  |  Published in Website Reviews

SoldOutAfterCrisis.com is a Damian Campbell website selling the “37 Vital Food Items Guide,” which is similar to his “Survive-Anything” guide and website.

According to SoldOutAfterCrisis.com, any disaster big or small could place the average American family into a food crisis. The “37 Vital Food Items Guide” is intended to help American families make sure they won’t go hungry in these potential situations.

It will help you know when a potential disaster is approaching, what the number one food item important to your survival is, the top 3 crucial items you will need for surviving a crisis, and more.

In addition to the “Vital Food” guide, you will also receive a guide to getting clean water in a crisis and to handling potential crises with energy. Also, after you order, you will receive special email offers and information from their website and partners.

This guide has a one time cost of $49.97 and is sold through Clickbank. This means that if you are unhappy with the guide for any reason, you have 60 days to request a no questions asked refund.

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