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School of Affluence Review Part III

Welcome ladies, to our third and final part of Anna Bey’s School of Affluence Review.

In our School of Affluence Review Part I, we explained the concept and structure of the course, in our School of Affluence Review Part II we delved into what each module in the 7-step formula entailed, and in Part III we offer you some final points to consider and whether or not we think this course is for you. (IMPORTANT: SCHOOL OF AFFLUENCE HAS CLOSED ITS DOORS. TO READ OTHER REVIEWS OF ONLINE ETIQUETTE, POISE, AND SOPHISTICATED LIVING COURSES CLICK HERE.)

We think you should enroll if you….

  • have watched most of Anna Bey’s videos on Youtube and love her style, her voice, and (most of) her advice.
  • feel like you don’t have enough motivation to make positive changes in your life.
  • want to “level- up” but have no idea how or where to begin.
  • are married/attached and feel like you have started to let yourself go a little.

Perhaps you shouldn’t enroll if you…

  • do not like Anna Bey’s videos or sense of fashion.
  • have a very definite style and do not want to make any changes to your appearance.
  • are generally satisfied with all aspects of your life.
  • think women should not place too much emphasis on appearance or behavior.

Other points to consider:

Cost: The course at the time of writing costs 349 USD. This is a considerable amount for the average person, taking into account that it does not include any personalized attention. There is a comment section under each video but Anna is not present and the moderator does not reply to every comment. However, the true value of the course, in our opinion, lies in its ability to impact your life. If you finally get the motivation to change your reality for the better (be it by exercising more, improving your diet, dressing better (choosing quality over quantity), and becoming a more refined and well-mannered person, then the price of the course is relatively little.


On the School of Affluence website it states:” The course payment is currently set to $349. Please be aware as this is only an introductory offer that is bound to increase in the next month as we will be updating the course. Don’t miss this offer! You will get access to the current version of the course and the new version when it’s out!” We purchased the course in October and the update has not yet happened. We believe the update will take place (and is not some marketing trick). Anna Bey’s current videos on Youtube are of a very high quality in terms of lighting, decor etc. The videos in the course appear a bit amateurish in comparison.

Anna is fond of saying “Transformation never stops” and we think this motto will also apply to School of Affluence and her own brand.

Mini courses: At the end of the course, Anna mentions that she will offer shorter courses on each of the subjects. We think this is a great idea because some people are only interested in the fashion and styling module and do not need the dating/relocating module or vice versa.


Q: Would it be appropriate for a married lady?

A: Of course! This is a platform dedicated to fabulous homemakers, among other topics, so we wouldn’t have reviewed the School if we did not think it had the potential to improve the lives of married women as well. Sure, the dating and relocating module will not apply to you, but you can still benefit tremendously from about 85% of the course.

Q: Can a woman with kids have this type of lifestyle? Dating affluent men when you have a kid?

A: Anna does not address this directly. Our opinion is that if you are a single mom, you should be allowed to date responsibly, while remaining an attentive mother.

A little suggestion for Anna

Anna, if you’re reading this, we would love it if you would focus more on styling, fashion, etiquette, and femininity. We know you gained notoriety by teaching women to “bag the billionaire” but now that you’ve made a name for yourself and have an incredibly successful Youtube channel, why not cater to a larger audience of women, some of which are put off by the dating advice solely focused on rich men. Why not help any woman, from any background, whether single or married, feel affluent and sophisticated?

If you’re looking for other e-courses on etiquette, style, and sophisticated living check out our reviews of:

Jennifer L. Scott’s Carry Yourself with Poise E-Course

Myka Meier’s Duchess Effect

The English Manner Online Learning Program

P.S. It looks as though Anna paid attention to our advice! She has just unveiled her new course: “Secrets of the Elite Woman”. It seems like a very detailed course and we are very glad she is focusing on elegance and personal transformation.

Wishing you lots of luck on your own personal transformation!

xoxo, Mrs. Hannover



  1. Good review but I actually would say “the introductory offer” is false. It has been stated forever and she has never updated anything but the price, that’s been doubled (for the same old content that was pricey to begin with). But I hope it will come updates eventually, since she likes the law of attraction she should understand that if she puts all her energy on Youtube and people that doesn’t pay anything, that’s the only thing she will end up with. With good reason.

  2. Thank you, Carrie, for your comment! I did not know that had been stated for ages. I have noticed that she is hiring more people through Instagram so I assumed this was due to the updating of the course among other things. I guess only time will tell. Thanks for sharing though.

  3. This review is really helpful–thank you! How long do you get access to the courses/videos/materials? Lifetime or is it a specific period with an expiration?

    1. Hi bb, I don’t know if you can access a private facebook group without having a FB account. You could try contacting the School of Affluence team, they might know a way around that. Best of luck!

  4. The course has been updated. Please do check it out. And I certainly recommend it to anyone who wants to grow individually. It doesn’t matter if you do or don’t want to date a rich man. You still can find little gems of advice in those topics too. Hope this was helpful. 🙂

  5. I stumbled across one of her videos today & I just had to watch. I really wanted to know if people really follow her advice. For me, it just seems a bit unrealistic and inferiority-complex-ish to go through all of that trouble just to socialize with rich people. I don’t see the added value. If someone doesn’t like you for who you are (that also includes yourself), then it’s worth it. Life is too short for such BS. I would consider watching more of her videos if she talked about building self-esteem, personal growth, to name a few topics. And I read this post because I was curious to find out how others think about this. Interesting. Thank you for the article.

    1. Thank you so much for your comment. Yes, part of her message did not resonate at all with me but if you watch more of her videos she is very very motivational with dressing better, exercising, positive mindset etc. She is however, changing her message finally and is trying to reach a wider audience of women now.

      1. I concur with you. I think that could be due to her ‘background’.

        Thanks for interviewing the few homemakers, I love them all. They are gorgeous, they are homemakers and they do housework.

    2. This is just my opinion Tiara, but when I started watching School of Affluence videos, I thought it was a troll or someone joking. Sadly, there are people who think they should worship money or expensive items in order to impress others, which is pathetic. Classy behavior has often has no connection to how wealthy someone is. Btw, I just want to warn others that in Anna’s video, ““HOW I STYLE MY HAIR (CASUAL LOOK)”, there’s a black book in the background by Marina Abramovic, entitled “The Cleaner”. Look up “Marina Abramovic art” or “Marina Abramovic blood” – her “art” features things like piles of dead bodies, body mutilation, and a goat’s head. Why would a channel about elegance and class feature such trash?

  6. I enjoy Anna Bey’s videos and find them interesting. Many of my relatives are extremely wealthy. I would not object to becoming wealthy, but I do not like to accept gifts and I have always been self-sufficient.

    If I were ever to become wealthy, I would say to Anna –You are welcome to stay at any of my residences, any time. Ask my staff if you would like a meal or a vehicle. Stay as long as you like and invite friends.

    I am no longer using email, at the moment.

  7. Hi, thank you for your review! I am 18 and absolutely adore Anna’s content on YouTube and I’ve been considering her course online for when I’m older. Since now it will most likely be discontinued, I feel almost obligated to purchase earlier than planned. Since you have already taken the course, do you think it will deliver me anything worth while ? Especially since I am a teen ? Thank you !

    1. Hi Deborah, thank you so much for reaching out to me! I think if I were you I would wait for Anna’s new projects to be revealed. The course is a bit dated and I’m not sure you would really benefit from the whole course. At your age, it’s better to focus on your education, and developing good friendships that will stand the test of time. You can be elegant at any age but being a lady is so much more than what you wear. Having good manners and being a bit demure will take you a long way as these qualities are in short supply these days. Best of luck to you and if you have any other questions don’t hesitate to contact me. Xoxo

  8. Hi there,
    I just wanted to say thank you for all the time you take in doing these reviews. It provides such good insights for those of us on the fence.
    I have been following Anna on youtube and really enjoy most of her content. I am hoping to get her new course when it is re-released as it appears more wholesome. Would you be planning on doing/reviewing this course as well?
    Furthermore, I was wondering if you had heard of ‘womenlovepower’ and if it would be something you would like to review or if it’s a bit too out there for you.

    Many thanks.

    1. Hi DJ, Thank you for your comment and appreciation. At this time, I don’t think I will enroll in Anna’s new course as I find it a bit too expensive to be honest. I have not heard of “women love power” – I will check it out! x

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