Prosperity of Life Scam - A true review from a customer
Let me guess, your friend or someone whom you know, talked to you about Prosperity of Life, and you wanted to know if it is a scam or if it is a legitimate business opportunity.
You've come to the right place because I am going to share with you the stuff that no distributors dare to tell you.
We are going to deep dive into the program and you are going to learn everything about it before you make an informed decision.
Rest assure that I am NOT someone who voice my opinion without any grounds.
I've paid for the membership and have access to the back office, and I am going to walk you through behind the scenes of what Prosperity of Life is all about.
So, let's dive in...
[UPDATE] True Experience from Prosperity of Life's Ex-Customers
Recently, I've chat with a few people who've paid thousands of dollars to Prosperity of Life, and they've shared with me their personal experience with the program.
They didn't share they experience in the comment section below because they wanted to stay anonymous for many good reasons.
But, they've allowed me to share their stories with you for as long as they stay anonymous...
What is Prosperity of Life?
Prosperity of Life was formerly known as Polaris Global.
The company was founded by Shane and Rachel Krider.
You might be interested to know that Shane Krider, was one of the founders of a known pyramid scheme called Liberty League back in 2009 that scammed $5 Million of people's hard earned money.
And now, he is back.
Similar to Liberty League, Prosperity of Life only cost you $49.95 to purchase the Startup kit.
Once you are a member, they'll use pressured sales tactics to get you to spend tens of thousands of dollars for "personal development courses" and "conferences".
In one of the training sessions, they even ask you to take a loan just to buy their courses so that you can "earn it back".
Here's the thing, I find Prosperity of Life very similar to Liberty League.
Prosperity of Life has several product lines that cost $1,497, while Liberty League has a product line that cost $1,495, all of which are in the personal development space.
Then, Prosperity of Life has two types of "conferences", one costing $7950 and the other which cost $12,950, while Liberty League has two conferences as well, one that cost $7,995 and the other that cost $12,995.
Does it look similar to you?
If you want to learn more about Shane Krider and Liberty League, you can read this article.
Well, up to this point, I think you know how the rest of the review is going to play out.
But, if you are still interested to learn more about the program, let's dive deeper...
Prosperity of Life Scam? My Personal Opinion...
After spending hours upon hours on the training programs, I've come to a conclusion.
I could have spent my time on better things.
I wouldn't say that their training program is worthless, but it is geared towards self-promoting.
Meaning, it will focused on teaching you how to promote Prosperity of Life.
You see, Shane Krider said that their audience are entrepreneurs who are struggling with their business.
Yet, their Facebook ads draw in people who aspire to earn money from home.
And, the way to earn money from home is to promote Prosperity of Life.
As an entrepreneur myself, I joined the program with an open-mind.
I thought I could learn something that could help me with my business, but I was wrong.
Simply saying, the products have no retail value.
Food for thought...
Normally, to sell a product, you can leverage on its benefits to convince others.
But, with Prosperity of Life, you are basically selling people an opportunity, not a product.
You see, why would any entrepreneur need a mindset training from people whom we don't know?
As an entrepreneur, we would follow people like Tony Robbins, Gary Vaynerchuk, Jay Shetty or John C Maxwell, because we know they are the real deal.
Why would we spend thousands of dollars following someone we don't know, we would rather spend that money on a seminar conducted by Tony Robbins or Gary Vanerchaek.
What's your opinion on this? Share it in the comments section.
Why Entrepreneurs will not buy this!
With an operating business, would you have the time to consume hours upon hours of training just to "train your mind"?
I don't know about you, but I only need a few minutes a day to keep myself motivated.
I watch inspiring videos on YouTube every morning.
And, if I want to spend time training myself, I would rather spend it on training that actually help with my business.
Also, I definitely wouldn't have the time to "learn how to promote the Prosperity of Life".
You can say that there is a branding course called "21-Day BreakThrough Branding System" that'll help my business.
But, is it worth spending $1,497 on people who are not well-known in the branding industry?
If I need help for my business, I'd rather spend that money on Ryan Deiss from DigitalMarketer, because I know he is the real deal.
And, it doesn't cost thousands to gain that knowledge.
I'll be honest, if the Prosperity of Life products are cheaper (say $97), and the training sessions do not "beat around the bush", it makes perfect sense to join.
If you want to charge a large amount of money in a specific topic, wouldn't it make sense to proof that you are the real deal before anything else?
Now, we know that the products are super expensive just so that the people promoting it can earn a handsome commission.
The Prosperity of Life Products
M1: Master of Destinies 1
Master of Destinies is a 12 month home study program that supposedly transforms your current life into one that you desire.
It is said to be the big picture of your life transformation that brings you through 7 stages of transformation.
The 7 stages of transformation consist of:
- Know For Yourself
This program also teaches you how to be an effective leader for your organization.
As a bonus, you'll get a crash course for personal transformation called the 17 Day Personal Prosperity System Home Study program.
Guess what, you don't need to pay $2,285 for M1 (Masters of Destinies 1), just pay $95 for it here (Thanks to me, now it's gone!).
I guess Shane Krider forgot to remove his digital footprints. Now that I've highlighted it, it is removed.
Now, you know what the true value of this program is.
Can I safely say that the inflated price of the course is just for the sake of enticing its members to promote the program.
Think about it, would you rather earn $76 (80% commission for selling M1 at $95) or to earn $1,828 (80% commission for selling M1 at $2,285)?
M2: Master of Destinies 2 - Sovereignty Live
This is a 5 day live event where it touches on one of the transformation stages mentioned in the M1, which is "Sovereignty".
Master of Destinies 2 (M2) is held 4 times in a year, and it cost $7,950 for each seminar.
This is basically a wealth creation Masterclass, and you can probably guess one of the methods of wealth creation that is taught in this Masterclass.
Have you guessed it right?
"Promoting the products of Prosperity of Life"
Any M2 that you sell can potentially earn you a Director Bonus of $5,000.
You do not immediately qualify for this Director Bonus, even if you've purchased the product.
I'll explain how you can actually get qualified to earn this bonus in the next section.
This applies to whatever products that you sold in the Prosperity of Life.
M3: Master of Destinies 3 - Influence Live
This is a 8 day live event where it touches on the final stage of the transformation mentioned in the M1 (Influence).
You'll learn advanced personal development and coaching techniques that will help you with your Prosperity of Life business.
Maybe the knowledge that you gain in this seminar can be applied to your other businesses.
But, is it worth paying $12,950 for that "life-changing" knowledge? I'll let you decide.
If you are a Prosperity of Life associate, and you manage to sell someone an M3 event ticket, you can potentially earn a Director Bonus of $8,000.
More about the compensation plan in the next section. Shocking reality revealed!
M4: Master of Destinies 4
If you are interested to get the recording of the event that you've attended, you've got to pay for it.
How much? $1,495!
You would have thought that your payment to either of the live events includes a recorded session.
But, no! They want more from you.
You see, I've been to live seminars and I know how important it is to get a recorded version of it.
There is definitely a demand.
And, seeing the way Shane and Rachel Krider takes advantage of this demand, shows very much about their integrity.
M7: Master of Destinies 7
This is the training vault of all past seminar recordings.
This cost $4,590, and members who managed to sell M7 will potentially earn $3,672.
M7 Fast Track
M7 Fast Track contains everything in M1 plus M7.
The package price is $6,250, and members who managed to sell this package can potentially earn $5,000.
Prosperity of Life Compensation Plan - How to qualify to earn?
You won't believe what you are going to hear in this section.
Even though you've spent thousands of dollars to unlock either of the training programs mentioned above, you are not immediately qualified to earn a commission from that product sale.
What happens is, once you've paid for either of the products, you will get the "in-qualification" status.
What it means is that you have to pass up the first 2 product sales.
Let me give you an example.
Let's say that you've purchased the M2, you now attain the "in-qualification" status. You are being put under your "director's M2 register".
To make things simple, let's forget about the register.
Once you've bought M2, you got out there and started to promote the Prosperity of Life.
After all that hard work, you've finally gotten someone to purchase the M2 membership.
Do you get the commission? No!
Then, you got out there once again to find another eager buyer, and now you've gotten another person who has bought an M2 membership.
Do you finally get paid? No!
Go out there and find 1 more! This time round you'll get paid.
So, you'll only earn a commission on the 3rd sale.
But, what if someone you've recruited buys M3, but you don't own the product?
That commission will be passed up. You'll only get paid for the products that you own.
Now, what do you think about this compensation plan?
To me, it's extremely tough to earn! Finding 1 person to buy such a high ticket product (with a vague focus on personal development) is already very tough.
What do you think about this compensation plan? Is it easy for you to earn with this opportunity? Share your opinion with me in the comments section below.
Prosperity of Life Product Breakdown
Now, let me break down the price list for Prosperity of Life's products:
Would you prefer to send money directly to the company, or would you prefer to send money to an individual’s bank account?
I don’t know about you, but I am not comfortable trusting my money with my sponsor.
What if my sponsor quits the business after I gave the money?
What legal actions will Prosperity of Life take?
My Sincere Advice to You
Prosperity of Life is very similar to the Liberty League, a known pyramid scheme ran by Shane Krider back in 2009.
Many people are promised to earn a life changing income with Prosperity of Life.
Unfortunately, the majority who spent tens of thousands of dollars on the products, did not earn a single dime.
What I didn’t like about Shane Krider is that he made it sound so easy to earn money from Prosperity of Life.
In one of the compensation plan video, he said that you should be grateful that you are passing up the first 2 sale to your sponsor, because that model will allow you to earn pass up sales from your enrollees in the future.
Unfortunately, by the time I get to earn a qualified commission, I’d probably be out of business.
Who is going to pay the bill while waiting for the cheque to come?
Also, while watching one of the training videos, Shane Krider actually commented that you should not be questioning your sponsor (director) on what they are asking you to do.
Even if it is to pay $12,950 for the M3 event ticket that you may or may not need.
That’s the message I am getting from him.
In my opinion, I will stay away from this program.
What I recommend?
I don’t wish to recommend any products or programs directly on this review, but if you wish, you can read my story and decide if that program is for you!
I honestly believe that you should not waste your hard earn money on programs that may not get you anywhere.
Join programs that will actually teach you something useful (like internet marketing), so that even if you fail, you’ve gained knowledge and experience that will help you be successful eventually.
Thank you for reading this review!
I hope this has provided you with the information that you need.
Feel free to share your thoughts and opinion in the comment section below as well.