Liberty League international

Discussion in 'Network/Multi-level Marketing' started by Loomis, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. Loomis

    Loomis New Member

    Did you try it, are you still working for them?
    Curious about the results, not looking to join the opportunity, just wondering everyones thoughts on the business, I know someone who is looking to get involved.
     
  2. alexa

    alexa New Member

    I know three people who've been involved. One was a customer who became a distributor but didn't have time to do much with it. The other two are both distributors ("advisors", I think they call it), one's done brilliantly and given up a well-paid full-time job to do it full time, the other much less well but still profitable I think.

    It seems to have a "real product" unlike some of the other high ticket network marketing opportunities around, and a pretty good one from what people tell me. The thing is, though, you can buy it for $50 on Ebay or elsewhere rather than for $1,500 to join the company. So you're really paying all that extra just for the privilege of being able to sell it to others at the same high price, really. And I think these days that may be getting harder to do? In my experience people want really low-cost opportunities at the moment, with enormous upside potential where they can see it will all be profit.

    And then of course in Liberty League's case, there are the company's former and current legal problems to worry about too ... [​IMG]
     
  3. alexa

    alexa New Member

    Loomis: not looking to join the opportunity, just wondering everyones thoughts on the business, I know someone who is looking to get involved.

    Do you realise, Loomis, that in another thread in this same forum you've been commenting on the media in which you're promoting "your Liberty League business"?! [​IMG]
     
  4. earnandsave

    earnandsave New Member

    I agree with alexa, Liberty League has a real product, but it's not worth $1500 (or $8000 and $13000 for the higher levels!). I'm surprised they're still around, eventually there just won't be enough people to sustain it.
    It is definitely true that people starting a business these days are more likely to look for a low-cost opportunity. These are great for getting started; then once you are making a decent profit, you can add another business that does cost a bit more to get started yet greatly increases your income potential.
     
  5. kingjim

    kingjim New Member

    Just another form of pyramid scheme. The owners have criminal history and there are undisclosed relationships and business mechanisms within the company. I am thankful I found out before blowing even $1500 on an overpriced product.

    As one person who went through the system said it ends up being 'an empty suit'.

    Slow but steady wins the race every time [​IMG]

    KJ
     
  6. ibuzzmentor

    ibuzzmentor Member

    I was a Summit Advisor a long long time ago and the reason I left LLI was because of the product. Not a big market for it and quite overpriced. I learned a lot there though and have learned its smart to have multiple cash flow streams with various price entry points. AS it is different strokes for different folks.

    LLI is a real tough sell if you arent super slick on the phone. The system they use is so antiquated, there is barely any duplication. But it has been around for a long time. I firmly believe the lawsuits are so bogus and sour grapes. No one twisted the peoples arms to join. People are foolish if they think any of these work from home businesses are get rich quick. They take time, committment, consistency, and capital to get started just like ANY brick and mortar business.

    The point is to find a business you relate well with that has value and then give it your all and learn learn learn.

    Chris
     
  7. Casper

    Casper New Member

    kingjim: Just another form of pyramid scheme. The owners have criminal history and there are undisclosed relationships and business mechanisms within the company. I am thankful I found out before blowing even $1500 on an overpriced product.

    As one person who went through the system said it ends up being 'an empty suit'.

    Slow but steady wins the race every time

    KJ I filled out some work at home application on a Australian job seekers web site & nearly all the calls I have got are from people involved with LLI & I have to agree with you the product is over priced, I have found a product suite which is so much better it is a multimedia suite which covers 9 areas of personal development. Some of these you could actually use in your daily living each area has 8-9 modulus & it's the same price as LLI but I think this product is more value for money.
     

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