The Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle was created to help you with your best life.
At least that's what owner claims along with earning $1,000 commissions delivered to your bank account over and over again.
Although I had an idea of what this program was about just from their sales pages, I did have to do a little more research to put together this Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle review so that you know exactly what it is you are getting yourself into before you cough up any money.
Just to be clear, I am not affiliated with this product so I won't be trying to tell you that you will make a million dollars by tomorrow just to get you to join.
At the same token, I will be giving my honest opinion on whether or not I think this is a legitimate program to join or if it's just another high commission scam like many others that have come and gone.
So let's not waste any of our times and let's get right into things.
Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle Review
Product Name: Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle
Owner: Jeff Lerner
Price: $49 + Up-sells
Overall Rating: 1.5/5 stars
The Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle is a program was created by a man named Jeff Lerner, who is no newbie when it comes to making money online and marketing, especially with these high ticket programs.
If someone told me that they had a legitimate program that would make me money online, why would they need to come up with more than one?
It's things like that makes you question how legit a company really is.
Then you have things like “you don't need any prior experience in running a business” and “the less you know, the better you are”.
All I could think of is someone completely new to the online world looking to make money and coming across this site and how this is directed to them.
The less you know, is usually targeted to those that just don't know any better and that looks exactly where this is heading.
There is no actual product that comes with this initially but it eventually leads you to one, which I'll be explaining here shortly.
Didn't mean to confuse you more than you already are but it will start to make sense soon.
Without much explaining on what you will be doing or getting and nothing but how you can make this much money and live this way, I had to dig really, really deep to figure out what was really behind the scenes here.
From the main sales pages even up to the checkout page, I had no idea that this was actually leading to an MLM company.
Yup, multilevel marketing.
So as far as the Ultimate Lifestyle is concerned, they are really nothing but a funnel and marketing system that will eventually lead you to a company called Prosperity Water Marketing System (PWMS), which some of you know more as Enagic Kangen water.
How it Works
In the online marketing world, there are usually two types of businesses being promoted.
One, a recruiting based ponzi type program with no actual products or two, a multilevel marketing gig in which you buy products and/or recruit others to do the same in order to make money.
Very similar, but that's mostly what you will see crawling the web these days.
In this case, they actually use both and I was actually surprised to see where this ended.
First, you are sold on a dream on how you can make $1,000 commissions and that is pretty much what the Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle is about.
And no, I'm not kidding.
So when you purchase that little “application kit”, understand that this is only an application to see if you “qualify” for their actual product.
So when you see the whole follow up messages, merchant processing, and “we'll close your sales for you” type stuff, keep in mind that this is really all you are getting, which will be used to promote to other people.
Although the stuff on their list seems legit and actually useful, do know that this is exactly what you will be buying and selling in order to make your money.
There's nothing on this site that tells you how you will be making these $1,000 commissions as that is nothing more than another marketing tactic being used against you.
Once you get in, you will see how that is possible but don't think that $49 is all you will be paying if you want to make those huge commissions.
Just to get started it is going to cost you $49 and that's just a tip of the ice berg.
That fee is for an application to see if you “qualify” to market their system.
Again, more marketing and more money coming out of your credit card.
You would think that to qualify for something, you will need to possess some type of skill or education level but that's not the case here.
By “qualifying” all you need is money.
Money to invest into their actual product which of course is Kangen.
Now this is where things get a bit out of control, so be expecting to get hit with more marketing and a lot more money being spent.
So if you do qualify (spend more money) you will then be involved with Kangen, which offers different machines and different packages that you can actually sell to your friends and family.
I won't get into detail about Kangen as I have done a review on them in the past, but do know that they are actual water machines that costs thousands of dollars.
Buy into Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle, buy a Kangen water machine, and now you can start making some money.
That's really all there is to this whole deal and although very dramatic, it is a lot simpler when you know what's actually going on, right?
Also keep in mind that there are other sites like Lifestyle Design International, that lead you to Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle, which will then lead you to Kangen.
More marketing funnels and more dream selling.
Pros & Cons
- Can make you money
- Leads to a real product (Kangen)
- Is recruiting based
- Very misleading
- Marketing is not ethical
- Sells hopes and dreams
- Not affordable to most
I am not the biggest fan of MLM but I think that Kangen is actually a really good product.
Although I completely disagree with the Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle's marketing tricks, I would say that Kangen is a trusted company and something that I do recommend.
So is Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle a Scam?
With all the beating around the bush and stressful marketing tactics that probably irritate you more than anything, this product is still not a scam.
However, selling hopes and dreams is not a real business and I will never tell you to do this type of stuff even if it leads to a solid product.
The Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle is not a scam but I still give them two thumbs down.
Going through all the marketing that comes with Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle takes a lot of your energy.
There is just too much selling of hype and no explanation of where anything is headed and I can not stand this type of stuff knowing that a lot of people will give in.
If you are interested in Kangen water then go for it and if you're cool with the tactics used in Ultimate Laptop Lifestyle then I guess this is for you.
Personally, I want a machine but I will always recommend you create your own online business, instead of paying the people at the top.
I'm sure this whole deal has led you on a chase that is very much not needed, but I do hope that this review has given you clarity and hopefully set eased your mind as well.
Thanks for reading!