Ashley Kay’s “Ex Recovery System” program is one of many “get your ex back” guides available for sale online. But how does it stack up against the competition? In this review, I’ll give my thoughts on the Ex Recovery System and whether it is a worthwhile investment.
Like most products that teach you how to win back an ex girlfriend or boyfriend, Ashley Kay’s program is sold via her website and is 100% digital… you can download the e-book and bonus components within minutes of ordering. Orders of Ashley’s program are processed via ClickBank.
The “Ex Recovery System” offers a decent amount of valuable advice, but fails to deliver in several areas. As a result, I recommend opting for one of the other available products (such as Text Your Ex Back or The Ex Factor Guide) instead.
Overall Rating: 64%
- Offers sound advice
- Relatively easy to read & understand
- Instant access (e-book download)
- Male / female versions available
- Not as comprehensive as other programs
- Some chapters could be expanded upon
- Too much focus on distance relationships
- Other products offer better value
- Limited email coaching / support
I should start by stating that while Ashley Kay’s “Ex Recovery System” is far from my favorite guide to winning back your ex (see the list of product reviews for my recommended alternatives), it’s still a reasonably well thought out program that will increase your chances of successfully repairing the relationship with your ex boyfriend or ex girlfriend.
What Ashley has done well in her book is assembled a collection of strategies and tactics that have been proven to elicit a positive response from your ex. The program is laid out in a logical, step by step format and offers some interesting insight (particularly for male readers). It’s obviously been put together by a professional, and although the program as a whole won’t win any awards for beauty and aesthetics, it’s perfectly adequate in that regard.
Compared with other competitor programs, however, The Ex Recovery System falls short in several key areas. My first complaint is a minor one, but I still found it unusual: there’s an unnecessarily large portion of the book that’s dedicated to long-distance relationships. Hey, if you’ve broken up with an ex who lives elsewhere, then maybe this is the program for you. If you don’t need all that stuff about distance relationships, however, then you’re probably better off with Brad Browning’s Ex Factor Guide.
The rest of the book feels a bit light on details and real-world advice, and many of Ashley’s recommended strategies sound interesting enough but the reader is left wondering how to apply them to their everyday situation when interacting with their ex boyfriend or ex girlfriend. That’s the type of advice that can really make or break a program like Ashley’s, and I definitely think readers would benefit from more examples when it comes to apply her recommended tactics.
“The book feels a bit light on real-world examples on how to apply the recommended tactics in the real world.”
In addition to this general feeling that the book isn’t comprehensive enough, I’d also suggest that Ashley has focused too much on a ‘typical’ breakup without addressing any of the ‘what ifs‘. For example, she suggests not to contact your ex after breaking up… but what if you lived together? Or work together? There just isn’t enough in-depth material overall to make this a worthwhile program for anyone whose breakup or relationship is somehow unique or different from the average person’s.
Lastly, and perhaps most concerning, my emails to Ashley requesting a bit of personal advice and support went unanswered – all four of them over 3 weeks. That kind of total lack of customer support is the complete opposite of what I experienced when dealing with other ‘breakup experts’ (TW Jackson, Brad Browning, and Michael Fiore all responded to my first email within 48 hours). Although it’s possible Ashley may have been on vacation or missed my emails for some reason, but nonetheless I’ve come to expect much better support when dealing with other e-book authors.
I had no problem with Ashley’s ordering or payment system, since she uses ClickBank and the e-book is in standard PDF format. In this regard The Ex Recovery System is comparable to other programs.
So, what’s the final verdict?
Well, for some people, The Ex Recovery System could offer some useful advice and may boost your chances of getting back together with your ex. But the reality is that other programs — specifically The Ex Factor Guide and Text Your Ex Back — offer more usable advice, more proven strategies, and much better value for your money.
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The Ex Recovery System is ranked #5 in this product category.