8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review – Legit Company or Just Another Scam?

Welcome to my 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review!

There has been some buzz about this company lately, so it’s time for another review!

Researching a new company before joining is a crucial step everyone should take to ensure your money is in good hands.

The last thing you want is to invest your life savings only to lose it a few months later.

My review will provide you with all the information you need about the company, the products and the compensation plan.

So let’s learn more about 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle together!

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review – The Company

8 figure dream lifestyle review

A quick look at the 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle website revealed that it does not provide any information about who owns or operates the business.

The 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle website domain was registered privately as “8figuredreamlifestyle.com” on the 22nd August, 2016.

I did manage to find the company’s Terms and Conditions, which mention the company Tidom;

At the discretion of 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle, any prior licensee of the “Tidom” program with a license to use Tidom granted from any 8 Figure Dream partner prior to October 7th, 2016, may be entitled to transfer their license and admin fee to 8 figure dream
lifestyle without penalty.

Tidom Inc. is a company owned by Scott Miller, who launched 22K Collective in 2015.

The 22K Collective website domain is no longer responsive.

Aside from launching 22K Collective, Miller was also involved TelexFree and was an affiliate of MyNyloxin.

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Reviews – The Products

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle does not have any retail products or services to offer.

Affiliates who sign up with 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle can only market the affiliate membership.

8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate memberships also include access to internet marketing training.

The 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Compensation Plan

Affiliates looking to participate in the company compensation plan must donate money to each other through a 1-up compensation model.

A 1-up compensation model tracks donations through a unilevel compensation structure.

This type of compensation structure puts an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team that places each personally sponsored affiliate immediately under them on level 1.

When a level 1 affiliate sponsors new affiliates, they are put on the second level of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

When a level 2 affiliate sponsors new affiliates, they are put on the third level, and this continues on down as many levels as are needed.

There are 5 donation tiers within 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle: $2000, $3500, $6500, $12,500 and $22,000.

Tier fees are donated between affiliates, specifically new affiliates donating those who sponsored them.

The 1-up compensation model requires every affiliate to “pass up” donations that are generated by their first affiliate sponsor.

These donations are passed up to the first upline affiliate (the affiliate who sponsored the affiliate who sponsored the affiliate making donations).

In turn, each personally sponsored affiliate (from the second onwards) must also pass up donation fees from their first sponsored affiliate.

Each tier is a donation gateway, meaning affiliates can only earn up to whichever level they bought in at.

If a sponsored affiliate buys in at a higher tier, the sponsoring affiliate is paid the maximum amount for their level.

Whatever remains from the donation is then passed up to the first upline affiliate who has bought in at that level.

If an affiliate buys in at the $22,000 tier, they aren’t required to pass up any donations.

This reminds me of a company called Big Profit System

Cost To Join 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle

The cost to join 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle as an affiliate is a donation of between $2000 and $22,000.

In order to unlock each 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle donation tier, it will cost an affiliate $46,500.

Verdict on 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle

So, here we have another “donation” company…

But this one takes it to another level by having a 1-up model…

Meaning that affiliates have to pass up their earnings…

This is simply cycling money up through a matrix to pay off older affiliates…

There are no products or services here…

Nothing concrete to offer customers…

And once recruitment slows down and income decreases, affiliates will start looking elsewhere…

So, if you are thinking of joining this company, keep this in mind….

I hope you enjoyed my 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below…

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8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review - Legit Company or Just Another Scam? - Home Income Daily - August 22, 2017

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Peter - November 29, 2017

Hi Jesse,

Is this still the MAIN company that you are utilizing as your PRIMARY source of income? IF so, why? What happened to Infinii? Do you still use/recommend it?

I’m really dazed right now regarding who or what to join. Just want to focus on ONE REALLY GOOD program that REALLY works and that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to maintain.

Thank you for taking the time to respond.

    Jesse Singh - February 15, 2019

    Hey Peter,

    I have never been in this company, click the links in the blog post for what I am doing.

Deb - December 12, 2017

I’ve been around a long time and in &out of many industries. This sounds like the who does it serve classic pyramid structure. Investing makes others richer, the hype on whatever “the product – service etc is gets you involved at the bottom striving to climb the invisible layered ladder to trample over others below you. Also resembling “the dog beat dog competition. It was pretty nasty in the 70’s and 80’s people lost a lot of hard earned savings. I remember and nowadays its all in the cloud right how would you know who to trust there isnt a local office to walk in to.


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