About Bulletproof Home Defense

Founded by Steve Walker, a self-proclaimed 22-year Army veteran, Bulletproof Home Defense is a series of home defense techniques that are intended to keep you and your family safe during times of civil unrest, which are accessible by complete beginners and seasoned preppers alike. The creator of Bulletproof Home Defense claims he realized that many of the most common “prepping” techniques, such as building perimeter walls and storing food in your basement, were completely useless after witnessing firsthand the devastation brought about by the Arab Spring in Egypt during 2011. In fact, he watched “Amir”—a friend who used all the traditional methods to make his home was safe and secure—being murdered by a hungry mob only days into the revolution.

There are minimal online reviews for Bulletproof Home Defense, and those that are available seem to contain mixed opinions about the usefulness of the information. There is no company information listed for Bulletproof Home Defense, so we were unable to confirm a Better Business Bureau rating. It’s also interesting to note that when you click on the FAQ link at the bottom of the company’s homepage, you’re simply redirected back to the homepage. In other words, there is no FAQ to answer any questions you may have.

*Note: If you’d rather not sit through the whole Bulletproof Home Defense introductory video, without the ability to pause, fast-forward, or rewind, simply press your browser’s “Back” button. This will prompt you to either stay on the current page or leave. Simply press on ‘Stay’ and then you will be redirected to a text version of the website instead of a video.

What’s Included in the Bulletproof Home Defense Package?

The sales page for Bulletproof Home Defense includes several examples of what you’ll find after downloading, including the effective use of ammunition, how to use situational awareness to your advantage, how to fool people into thinking you’re out of food, and even how to convince your spouse to begin prepping your home.

The Bulletproof Home Defense website states that you’ll receive four special reports with your order, including:

  • Crash Proof: How to Survive an Economic Collapse: Includes tips and strategies from others who have survived economic collapses in Russia, South Korea, and Argentina.
  • Doctor in a Box: Includes information on how to stockpile antibiotics, and to protect yourself from common infections such as cholera and dysentery.
  • Boomer's Guide to Prepping: Aimed at individuals over 60, this guide claims to show how your age can be an advantage during societal collapse.
  • Unlimited Power: 5 Cheap or Free Energy Sources for a Crisis: This report claims to provide you with information on how to use alternative power sources to maintain your food stockpile, and to keep you and your family comfortable.

The Bulletproof Home Defense package also includes a “newly released” bonus workbook titled “The Ultimate Prepping Coach,” which claims to provide an “A-Z roadmap” for prepping your home in just 30 minutes per day. At the end of the sales page, it’s also claimed that you’ll receive “another bonus that's too powerful to mention” once your order is complete.

Bulletproof Home Defense Pricing & Return Policy

The Bulletproof Home Defense downloadable ebook, along with the four special reports and  “The Ultimate Prepping Coach” workbook, are currently being sold for $37.00. If you’re not fully satisfied with the information, the package comes with a 60-day, 100% money back guarantee—all you have to do is call or email the company, and they’ll begin the refund process, no questions asked.

However, it’s important to note that the website also mentions, “No matter if it's the 23rd hour of the 365th day... you'll get your money back.” This could lead you to believe that there is a one-year refund policy, which directly contradicts the two-month claim. No additional details are provided, so this is something that remains unclear.

Bottom Line: Is Bulletproof Home Defense a Scam?

While Bulletproof Home Defense does appear to provide customers with what they claim (e.g. an ebook outlining alternative home defense techniques, in addition to four special reports), there is suspiciously little information available about the information contained therein. In our experience, this is something that raises a big red flag.

In addition, the Bulletproof Home Defense video uses some graphic fear techniques aimed at leading you into making a decision based purely on emotion, rather than on solid information. The company’s homepage features only their sales video, and does not provide any additional information about the company, which raises yet another red flag.

Next, when searching for reviews about the Bulletproof Home Defense system, one of the top search engine results is the site www.bulletproofhomereview.org, which is clearly created by the company, and does not contain legitimate reviews from actual customers.

It’s also important to note that Bulletproof Home Defense offers no proof to back up their claim that these strategies actually work, other than:

  1. A personal story about being involved in civil unrest in Egypt, and
  2. That the founder was an Army officer for 22 years.

With this in mind, if you decide to purchase the Bulletproof Home Defense system, we would recommend that you approach it as a gamble. In addition, you may want to closely monitor your credit card activity after purchasing.

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5 Customer Reviews for Bulletproof Home Defense

Average Customer Rating: 1.8
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Bottom Line: 20% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 28 out 28 people found this review helpful

    Bulletproof Home Defense

    • USA,
    • Jul 7, 2015

    This program is ok. You do get the product but it's wasn't worth it for me. If you don't know anything about home defense and survival, this program may be somewhat helpful. If you've already done a ton of research on how to protect your home and survival strategies, then chances are that you will know literally every idea that this guy offers.

    Yes, I did use the "word" idea because he offers ideas and not really how to do things exactly. You will still need to look elsewhere to learn how to use a particular herb as medicine. Also, how to find that herb and not kill yourself once you think you have it.

    Ok, for medicine, you pretty much have to look at a medical book or something with details as this program actually gives none. So if you are into stories, then sure this may be for you. If you want to learn things, then buy specific "how to" books because this does not offer it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 9 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Taken down

    • Nolanville, TX,
    • Jul 3, 2015

    I paid for this as advertised and I can't download any of the books. My Internet Explorer browser puts up a partially blank page saying the page cannot be found. I have tried the link numerous times and it is always the same. Does anyone know of a backdoor to get into this url so I can download the material? Thanks.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 30 out 36 people found this review helpful

    LOTS of good info in these downloads

    • New Jersey,
    • Jun 15, 2014

    If you pay careful attention to the video or transcript, the author never actually says that these are books. They are NOT books, they are DOWNLOADS. You have to follow the instructions to download & save the files yourself, and you can print them out if you want to. Apparently the only reason you enter your address on the order form for credit card verification.

    There was a lot of info, and much of it was new to me. Very solid, if somewhat unorthodox material.

    If you want the whole set for $22 instead of $37, here's what I found: Go to the Bulletproof Home website, and when the video starts to play, hit the "Back" button. A pop-up will appear, asking if you want to leave the page. It will ask if you'd like to read the transcript instead of watching the video. Select "Stay on page". A transcript of the info will come up. hit the "back" button again. There will be another pop-up, and this one will offer you a 40% off deal. Select "Stay on Page", and you can now order the downloads for $22.00.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 23 out 26 people found this review helpful

    Ordered 45 days ago, still haven't received.

    • Cleveland, NC,
    • May 29, 2014

    Hope to receive soon. Will update after receipt. My credit card has been charged, and I have received a confirmation number.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Jun 15, 2014

      Drax

      These are downloads, not books. You have to follow the online instructions to download them to your computer.

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  • 32 out 35 people found this review helpful

    Never received anything

    • Ontario, California,
    • Feb 12, 2014

    I ordered the books mid Dec. and I haven't yet received them, so I couldn't tell you. Here's my confirmation #2255475. Looking forward to reading my books. Thank you

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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      These are downloads, not books. You have to follow the online instructions to download them to your computer.

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