In this 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle review you’ll learn what the product is really all about and if it’s worth you time.
Let’s find out.
There’s a new lifestyle design product that a lot of people have been talking about, so I decided to take a look at see what the fuss is about.
Is 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle another online scam?
You be the judge.
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review: The Basics
- Name: 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle
- Price: Starting from $2,000 & UP
- Business Type: Multi Level Marketing
- Overall Rating: See Below
What is 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle is a multi-level marketing business package. Customers purchase a package that includes training material for various self-improvement topics (such as fitness, confidence, business, and others) and they can choose to promote the business as an affiliate.
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Thanks Todd for having this discussion, and I appreciate you letting us share our views here.
These packages also include promotional material that you can use to promote and hook people into the system.
You’re told that you can promote these products and the system to earn thousands of dollars within a few weeks, maybe even millions.
Of course, we hear that pitch quite often, and it rarely – if ever – turns out to be true.
You sign-up to a webinar, fill in your contact details, and after a few hours someone will call you to promote the system.
They’ll pressure you into buying and they won’t be able to answer any basic questions.
From the looks of it, I think the focus of this product is not on providing value, but bringing in as much cash as possible.
Their products are rather basic, but a lot of people are joining the system as affiliates because that’s the most lucrative option.
Let’s take a look at the business model.
It’s quite familiar, we reviewed many similar products like this.
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Business Model Explained..
The company promises 100% commissions, but there is a catch.
First, it’s NOT FREE to join.
You have to purchase a membership, and if you want to promote other memberships then you have to buy those too.
For example, the basic membership costs $2,000 and you’ll also need to pay a $195 license fee.
This is includes a few informational eBooks, some promotional materials (flyers, forms, etc), and “Done-for-you” scripts.
To promote this package as an affiliate you have to buy it first.
Secondly, there’s a qualifier sale.
Most people struggle to earn their first sale online. In this system, when you earn your first sale, the commissions are not sent to your account, but rather the person who hired you.
So you spend $2,000 and work hard to make a sale only to have your commissions sent to someone else.
You can only keep the commissions on your second sale.
Third, it’s not that easy to sell these products.
It’s actually quite difficult because people are quite tired of these kind of opportunities.
There are some products, but nobody will pay thousands of dollars for some simple eBooks.
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle wants you to use their scripts to make sales via email marketing and other online ad-boards.
But that creates a problem.
What happens when everyone is using the same advertisements and pitches to bring in sales?
It gets old quick.
So though the company does offer 100% commissions, it’s not as attractive as you might think.
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Membership Packages
Here’s a list of the 5 product packages 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle offers.
Basic Membership – $2,000 + 149$
This includes a series on meditation, marketing modules, flyers, law of attraction, self-esteem tips, and other informational material.
Builder Package – $3,500 + 295$
This includes training material for the fitness niche, how to lose weight, build muscle, and other topics. There’s also some training material on motivation.
Advanced Package – $6,500 + $395
This is more for marketers, it includes a lot of training material on how to generate traffic. There are about 25 videos dedicated to driving traffic to a sales page.
Pro Package – $12,500 + 445$
This includes more marketing training material, such as how you use YouTube for traffic, email marketing, list building, hosting webinars, and more.
VIP Package – $22,000 + 449
Includes “Blueprints” for the following topics: webinars, podcasts, video sales, email copy, and social media.
As you can see, these packages are quite expensive, and they don’t really offer much in terms of value.
I mean, I can find information about all these topics online for free.
I don’t see why people would pay so much cash for these simple training courses.
Too Much Hype with 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle!
— Todd Maltzahn (@ToddMaltzahn) August 11, 2017
There’s a lot of hype around this program and the sales videos are quite cheesy and almost identical to known scams.
For example, in the videos you’ll see the host walking around expensive houses, around sports cars, and trying to convince you that you can have the same lifestyle.
But what you’re not supposed to know is that those cars and houses are all rented and anyone can film a video like that.
I don’t like the hype and – if anything – it turns me off to the program.
I also noticed that the videos have a lot of fluff and so many promises of wealth it’s hard to keep track.
Not to mention that a lot of the income claims are based on theoretical earnings, assuming everything went according to plan.
But things don’t always go according to plan, and the income doesn’t always flow in.
And nobody will teach you how to promote the business, so it can be difficult for inexperienced people to earn sales.
They’ll just say that you can make millions of dollars IF you can make sales but they won’t tell you HOW to make those sales.
So what happens is a lot of people buy the package because they want to be millionaires, but they have no idea how to promote.
Maybe they’ll spam Craigslist, Facebook, and other social media websites, hoping for a sale.
But they’ll end up on a spam list in no-time.
Maybe, if they’re lucky, they’ll make one sale.
Except, that’s the qualifier sale, so it goes to the person who recruited them.
Our Conclusion On 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle
In conclusion, I don’t recommend this program because it’s far too expensive and leaves too much to chance.
There’s no solid training material. It won’t teach you how to build a website. It won’t teach you how to build a business from scratch.
In fact, it doesn’t teach you much, other than how to spam online forums with your pitches and links.
So be careful with 8 Dream Figure Lifestyle!
What do I recommend?
If you really are interested in life style change, build a better future and create an internet marketing business that works for you.
This can certainly be done in this day and age. As a matter of fact, ten’s of 1,000’s of people are doing it as you read this review.
You don’t need to promote this system to do it.
You can actually create a really cool online business based on whatever you’re passionate about – NO JOKE!
I love Niche Websites that help people. They make great money, take a little time to build, but can really generate a solid monthly income.
Take care and be safe online.