Company: Internet Lifestyle Network
Website: No Longer Available
Founder/Owner(s): Mark Hoverson, Vincent Ortega Jr and Clifton Hatfield
Welcome to my review of Internet Lifestyle Network.
I am glad that you were able to find my review because it means that you are doing your homework before joining an online business opportunity blindly.
This is the most important step in finding an MLM or training program that fits your needs and has credibility.
Trust me, there are thousands of MLMs that are a complete scam, but they are very good at disguising themselves.
Thousands of people worldwide fall victim to their scams and my job is to identify them and point them out before they can do maximum damage.
In regards to Internet Lifestyle Network, they are on the outs but the owners have set up other businesses that are looking to scam unsuspecting affiliates.
Now this isn’t the typical scam that takes your money and then drops off the face of the earth.
They had a year or so of affiliate recruiting and then used them to build a different MLM’s downline.
This review will show you how the scam works and as well as provide the products & services and compensation plan.
Although the website is no longer available, I was able to find summaries of each aspect of the company and cross reference them with testimonials from members or customers.
The findings were quite alarming. Let’s take a look.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
An Infinity Lifestyle Network Overview
This company has a bit of a complicated history.
Each section of the review will point this out in a different way by providing you will information and facts.
This section however will demonstrate how this com was just used as a way to build up another company’s downline.
In many reviews you will see that they are saying the same thing, or at least something similar.
It is no mystery that Internet Lifestyle Network (ILN) was used as a way to fill up Mark Hoverson’s
Global Resorts network and his downline.
This shady practice is also known as “feeding.”
It is also no mystery that ILN had no retail products available and relied primarily on commissions generated by recruitment.
That is why the company started out fairly strong but then dropped off the face of the earth in late 2014.
At this point the owners knew it was time to start something else so the website stayed active throughout 2015.
Now the website is gone and when you try to access their training program website you get redirected to another company called Invisible Empire, run by the same people that started ILN.
Isn’t that convenient?
Products & Services
In order to be a successful company, you have to have a quality product or service.
This is business 101, but unfortunately, owners tend to claim that their products are top of the line when they are clearly not.
If you take a look at the list of training programs ILN offered, you would think that they are special because they cost a lot of money.
However, you can get similar or better training for free or at more affordable rates.
You could even go to YouTube and stream training videos for free and you would be saving hundreds of dollars.
This isn’t to say that you won’t learn anything from the ILN training modules, but why pay hundreds of even a few thousand on training when you can do so much better elsewhere.
Here is a quick list of all the information training products they offered:
1. Apprentice Membership – $37 a Month
2. Inner Circle Membership – $95 a Month
3. Leadership branding For Direct Response- $195 One Time.
4. Solomon CEO – $495 One-time.
5. The 8 figure marketing Blueprint – $995 One-Time.
6. Mark Hoverson’s Solomon CEO – $1495.00 One-Time.
$1495 on Mark Hoverson’s Solomon CEO package?
Then abandon the ILN project for another MLM before anyone notices it’s a sham.
No thanks, not for me.
Keep this in mind when you are looking into other companies because this is more common than you think with pop-up program such as this.
When ILN was running at full speed, they claimed to help you build your online business but all of their products said otherwise.
All of the memberships and packages where used to promote ILN.
They paid you 50% commission on your personally recruited members and then 10% for every level past that.
What I Liked About ILN
There is very little about this company that I can support and can only refer you to the many complaints of members.
The people at the top made their money and started shifting attention to yet another scam.
This is why I want everyone think very carefully before testing out this company.
There are so many other options out there that have proven themselves over a long period of time.
There is no reason to risk your time and money on a business plan like this.
In fact, any company that heavily relies on a constant flow of member recruiting rather than a product or service, then they are bound to fail and should be avoided at all costs.
What I Didn’t Like About ILN
I hope you are getting picture by now…
The founders of this company seemed to have shifted to a new enterprise before ILN has complete gone under.
You see, they are the ones that get all the cash and then leave you behind to pick up the pieces.
This is something that happens far too often and gives MLM and affiliate programs a bad name.
So I would stay clear of ILN and also this new business Invisible Empire.
This seems like a rehash of their other business ventures that have all but been abandoned, by top leadership.
Ladies & Gentlemen, this is a lesson to be learned and it is happening in real time, so please do not ignore it.
Take it in and process it because it could save you from investing in the wrong company.
Take the time to find the right online business opportunity and stay away from these “get rich quick” traps.
They only make the top executives rick quick and leave crumbs for the ones that are new to the MLM game.
This uncovers another issue with the company. It is only good for the top tiers, which means that it is not newbie friendly.
If you do not have recruitment training or marketing skills, you are wasting your money.
The Final Verdict
There is absolutely no way I can recommend this company or any company that Mark Hoverson, Vincent Ortega Jr and Clifton Hatfield create.
What strikes me as the most telling evidence of all is that Internet Lifestyle has an F rating with the Better Business Bureau.
You can even check out the actual customer complaints on this BBB Complaint List.
What makes me even more apprehensive is that this new website and company, Invisible Empire, is not even showing up in the BBB database.
So who knows what is going on with it.
Who knows, maybe in the near future I will provide a review on that company as well.
Until then, stay away from anything created by the three founders of Internet Lifestyle Network.
If you are still confused about which online business opportunity to pursue, I can show you a what a legit online business looks like.
Check out this review.
They have been around for a long time and have provided thousands of people with affordable training.
I hope you enjoyed my review of Internet Lifestyle Network and that continue to look for a great business opportunity.
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