8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Review: 22K Collective gifting reboot
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. In fact as I write this, the 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle website is nothing more than an affiliate login form.
The 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle website domain (“8figuredreamlifestyle.com”) was privately registered on August 22nd, 2016.
A site-wide search of the 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle revealed the company’s Terms and Conditions, which reference 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 owned by Scott Miller (right), as uncovered in our review of 22K Collective.
22K Collective was a cash gifting scheme launched in 2015. Today the 22K Collective website domain is unresponsive.
Read on for a full review of the 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle MLM opportunity.
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Products
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate membership itself.
Bundled with 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate membership is access to internet marketing training.
The 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle Compensation Plan
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliates gift money to each other via a 1-up compensation model.
A 1-up compensation model tracks gifting payments through a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
There are five cash gifting tiers within 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle: $2000, $3500, $6500, $12,500 and $22,000.
Tier fees are gifted between 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliates, specifically newly recruited affiliates gifting those who recruited them.
The 1-up compensation model sees every 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate “pass up” gifting payments generated by their first affiliate recruit.
These gifting payments are passed up to the first upline affiliate (the affiliate who recruited the affiliate who recruited the affiliate making gifting payments).
In turn, each personally recruited affiliates (from the second onwards) must also pass up gifting fees from their first recruited affiliate.
Each tier is a gifting gateway, with an 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate only able to earn up to the level they have bought in at.
In the event a recruited affiliate buys in at a higher tier, the recruiting affiliate is paid the maximum amount for their level. The rest of the gifting payment is then passed up to the first upline affiliate who has bought in at that level.
This can be a one-time payment if the first found affiliate has bought in at that specific level, or sequential if there are multiple levels between the recruiting affiliate’s bought in tier and the tier the recruited affiliate has bought in at.
Note that if an 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate buys in at the $22,000 tier, they don’t have to pas up any gifting payments.
Joining 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate membership requires a gifting payment of between $2000 and $22,000.
Sequential unlocking of each 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle gifting tier will cost an affiliate $46,500.
8 Figure Dream Lifestyle is literally a clone of Scott Miller’s 22K Collective scam.
Same buy-in tiers, same pseudo-compliance bundled garbage at each tier and same affiliate losses when the whole thing goes under.
As with all cash gifting scams, once 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle affiliate recruitment slows down so too will new gifting payments entering the scheme.
This will see payments across each gifting tier stall, which in turn will prompt a collapse.
At any given time the largest affiliate group within 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle are those who have not recouped fees gifted in.
In order for Scott Miller and his inner-circle of scammers to make money, these affiliates have to lose money.
22K Collective seems to have flopped pretty quickly and reload scams tend to fail even faster than their predecessors.
Hoping 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle turns out any different is wishful thinking.
Update 26th June 2019 – On June 12th the FTC sued 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle for telemarketing and consumer fraud.