Howdy, welcome to my review of Lifestyle Design International!
At first glance of the opportunity’s sales page, it’s hard to tell what it actually is.
On one hand, it comes across as an expensive “Network Marketing” opportunity. And on the other hand, it’s being advertised as an online “Marketing System”.
The page gives you plenty of info on member success stories, events, networking with leaders, and its system – BUT the co-founders keep you in the dark when it comes to the actual “product” itself.
For all you know, you could be trying to flog a dead horse to family and friends as well as poor suckers on the internet.
Luckily for you, I have done my homework!
So, if you’re wondering what it’s all about, whether it’s a legitimate income opportunity for truly setting you free in life or just another scammy pitfall to avoid – this review has the answers…
Name: Lifestyle Design International.
Cost: $49 + $1,000s in upsells.
Owners: Jeff Lerner & Andrew J. Cass.
My Score: 4/10.
But before you take another step further…
What is Lifestyle Design International About?
Lifestyle Design International (LDI) is all about Wealth, Wellness, and Entrepreneurship.
By using the tools, training, and resources provided by the program for building a business on the internet, you can apparently “start living your best life now” – enjoying a lifestyle of freedom and abundance.
It’s just the typical “financial freedom” stuff you hear all the time from most programs that you come into contact with.
So, what is ‘LDI’ really about?
In a nutshell, you promote the program as an affiliate. All you really sell are the exact same products that you purchase yourself.
You will be basically selling people “the dream” instead of promoting any tangible products or building an online business in a niche of your choosing.
Are you familiar with Empower Network (now gone bankrupt), MOBE (My Online Business Empire) and Aspire Digital Altitude? – Well, ‘LDI’ really is no different from these high-ticket ripoff programs.
What Products Are Inside ‘LDI’?
When you join the program, there are 4 different non-tangible products for you to purchase:
#1: Freedom Experience – A 3-day networking event held in luxury global locations. You get to mingle with other members, listen to speakers, and get insights into internet marketing success.
#2: Excel Mastermind – It’s a special inner circle that gives you access to the co-founders and leaders via events and monthly calls.
#3: Elevate Marketing System – Get a Done-For-You sales funnel and webinar system for generating leads and promoting the ‘LDI’ products for affiliate commissions.
#4: Transcend Publishing Partner – This is a 5-day workshop at ‘LDI’s’ headquarters. You get meals + luxury accommodation, plus advanced training/support from the leaders and a custom-built sales machine.
The products sound awesome, wouldn’t you agree?
But don’t get too excited because the events cost an arm and a leg, and are unaffordable for many newbies, in my opinion.
How Does Lifestyle Design International Work?
When you click on “join our team”, you’re greeted with a sales page for something called the “Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle” Application kit.
HUH? *Scratches Head*.
Yeah, confusing, I know.
It turns out that Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle is another program belonging to Jeff Lerner, so ‘LDI’ is effectively a gateway to ‘ULL’ which is essentially the product that you will be starting out with.
As a new member, you will receive a sales funnel, training, support and the resources you need for getting started on the web and promoting the ‘LDI’ system for affiliate commissions.
See all the stuff you get:
Then I guess it’s down to you to decide whether you wanna buy into ‘Freedom Experience’, ‘Excel Mastermind’, and ‘Transcend Publishing’ products as well.
How Much Do The Products Cost?
For your Elevate Marketing System/Laptop Lifestyle application kit, it’s a one-time $49 purchase.
But this is a “bait and hook” technique used by most high-ticket programs like Empower Network, MOBE, and Digital Altitude, just to name a few.
When you visit ‘LDI’s’ sales page, Jeff and Andrew both purposely hide the “real” cost of their program and pull the wool over your eyes for a very good reason – to get through the front door.
The truth is, if the guys did uncover the true costs, newbies would run for the hills.
To gain access to the other products and attend company events with advanced training/support, meals, and 5* luxury accommodation, etc – it will cost a heck of a lot more than just “$49” LOL.
‘LDI’ will burn holes in your pockets because its products are gonna set you back literally $1,000s.
So, unfortunately, to make real money with the program and achieve a “lifestyle of freedom”, you may be required to dip into your life savings – as a number of others are forced to do.
PROS vs CONS of ‘LDI’
- The program works for earning online
- You can generate some big commissions
- Get the resources, training & support you need
- The program is designed to promote “the program”
- It’s a high-ticket opportunity selling overpriced products
- The co-founders aren’t upfront with you on the real costs
- Very few people will earn a real income from it
- No refunds are offered
Final Conclusion: Is Lifestyle Design International a Scam?…
Some folks may swear blind that ‘LDI’ is a scam, and “affiliates” will obviously claim it’s the best thing since sliced bread.
So, people are certainly clashing when it comes to this program.
But who is right and who is wrong?
Is it legit or a scam?
In my personal experience with these types of high-ticket programs, I would have to say that ‘LDI’ swings both ways, I’m afraid.
The program delivers everything you would need for online success – funnel, training, tools, and support. So it’s definitely legit in that respect.
But I really do not agree with the “rip off” products or either the shady manipulative marketing techniques used for pushing you into the system and spending a fortune.
Would you agree that this is a fair conclusion?
Do I recommend ‘LDI’ to any internet marketing beginner?
It’s far too expensive and it’s not a sustainable business model, so absolutely not!
So what now?…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
Do you have any questions, thoughts or experiences with ‘LDI’ that you’d love to share with us? Please post your comments below…